Characters - Alphabetical
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MihailAlexeyevitchA sick painter. aka: Petrov.
VarvaraAndreevnaKitty's friend. aka: Varenka.
CountAnitchkinAlexey Alexandrovitch's new acquaintance.
YevgeneyApuhtinA candidate for the marshalship of the nobility of the province.
SerafinaAstafievaA Russian dancer and ballet teacher.
JohannBachA German composer and musician of the Baroque era.
Ludwig vanBeethovenA German composer and musician.
MadameBertheA blind lady. Varenka's acquaintance.
CountessBezzubovaOne who adopted Landau.
FyodorBogdanitchLevin's acquaintance.
PyotrBolThe privy councilor.
CountessBolaPyotr Petrovitch Bol's wife.
CountessBoninaKitty's acquaintance.
MaryaBorissovnaKitty's godmother.
MadameBorozdinaGave birth to a boy named Vladimir.
CharlotteCordayA figure of the French Revolution.
AlphonseDaudetFrench novelist.
Charles TalleyrandA French diplomat.
ParfenDenisitchAn old servant.
CharlesDickensEnglish writer and social critic.
PyotrDmitrievitchLevin's acquaintance.
MaryaDmitrievnaLevin's aunt.
MissEdwardeA nurse.
MaryaEfimovnaA nurse.
KarlFedoritchA steward.
VassilyFedorovitchA laborer.
PrinceGolitsinA Russian general and statesman.
NataliaGolitzinaDolly's sister. aka: Madame Lvova.
MichaelGrinevitchOne of Stepan's colleagues.
Georg W. F.HegelA German philosopher.
MissHooleA governess.
PyotrIgnatitchOne of Seryozha's teachers.
MihailIvanitchSeryozha's grammar teacher.
LidiaIvanovnaAlexey Alexandrovitch's friend.
MaryaIvanovnaThe governor's wife's friend.
 KalininA staff captain.
PrinceKaluzhskyOne of Betsy's acquaintances.
ImmanuelKantA German philosopher.
AlexeyKareninA high-ranking government minister. Anna Karenina's husband.
AnnaKareninaA beautiful aristocratic married woman. Stepan's sister.
MadameKartasovaKartasov's wife.
Fyodor VassilyevitchKatavasovLevin's friend from his university days.
AngelicaKauffmanSwiss-Austrian painter.
PrinceKedrovA first-rate comrade.
AlekseyKhomyakovA Russian philosopher.
MadameKorsunskayaOne of the guests at Levin and Kitty's wedding.
YegorushKorsunskyA dance director.
PrincessKorzinskayaThe town council.
SergeyKoznishevLevin's brother.
Mr.KritskyKonstantine's friend from Kiev.
CountKrivtsovA man who kept two mistresses.
PrinceKuzovlevOne of Vronsky's acquaintances.
JulesLandauA French psychic. Aka: Count Bezzubov.
KonstantinLevinA generous-hearted landowner. Stepan's friend. aka:Kostya.
NikolayLevinKonstantin's elder brother and Sergey Ivanovitch's half-brother.
VassilyLukitchSeryozha's acquaintance.
ArsenyLvovNatalia's husband.
MadameMaltishtchevaPrincess Betsy's acquaintance.
KatkaMaslovThe young governor's nickname in the Pages' Corps.
YuryMeledinskyAn invalid man. Princess Myakaya's acquaintance.
LizaMerkalovaOne of Betsy's acquaintances.
LizaMertsalovaLevin's acquaintance.
AgafeaMihalovnaKonstantine Levin's old nurse, now his trusted housekeeper.
PrincessMyakayaPrincess Betsy's acquaintance.
AlexanderNevskyA drama film of a great Russian prince led his people to victory.
Philip IvanitchNikitinOne of Stepan's colleagues.
ZaharNikititchStepan's secretary.
AlexanderNikolaevitchThe Emperor.
MaryaNikolaevnaNikolay Levin's mistress. aka: Masha.
HarryNilssonAmerican singer-songwriter.
CountessNordstonKitty's friend.
DaryaOblonskayaStepan Arkadyevitch's wife. aka: Dolly.
PrincessOblonskayaAnna's old unmarried aunt.
PyotrOblonskyStepan Arkadyevitch's acquaintance.
StepanOblonskyA minor government official. aka: Stiva.
IvanParmenovLevin's friend.
AnitaPavlovnaPetrov's wife. aka: Anna.
KaterinaPavlovnaAnna's aunt.
AndreyPervozvannyA class predreadnought battleship for the Imperial Russian Navy.
IvanPetrovichA Serbian film actor and singer.
MihailPetrovitchA landowner.
LizavetaPetrovnaA midwife.
MaryaPhilimonovnaA nurse.
 Ristitch-KudzhitskyCountess Lidia Ivanovna's former passion.
MlleRolandA governess.
MaryaRtishtchevaA Moscow lady.
FyodorRyezunovA carpenter.
MarieSaninaA woman who lost her only child.
ArthurSchopenhauerA German philosopher.
MatronaSemyenovnaA servant.
MihailSemyonovitchLevin's acquaintance.
ColonelSestrinThe umpire of the race.
WilliamShakespeareAn English playwright, poet, and actor.
BaronessShiltonPetritsky's friend.
AlexanderShtcherbatskayaKitty and Dolly's father.
KaterinaShtcherbatskayaStepan's sister-in-law. aka: Kitty.
NikolayShtcherbatskayaKitty's cousin.
PrincessShtcherbatskayaKitty's mother.
Young PrinceShtcherbatskyKitty and Dolly's brother.
SapphoShtoltzOne of Betsy's acquaintances.
CountSiniavinOne of the guests at Levin and Kitty's wedding.
PrinceSkorodumovSeryozha's acquaintance.
MihailSludinAlexey Alexandrovitch's chief secretary.
Mihail StepanovitchSnetkobThe captain of the guards.
PrincessSorokinaCountess Vronsky's acquaintance.
AlineStahlMadame Stahl's niece.
MadameStahlA devout invalid woman.
MadameSviazhskayaNikolay Sviazhsky's wife.
NikolaySviazhskyLevin's friend.
PrinceTcharskayaLevin's acquaintance.
PrincessTcharskayaOne of the guests at Levin and Kitty's wedding.
PrinceTchetchenskyA well-known billiard player.
MashaTchibisovaA ballet dancer.
MadameTrubetskayaOne of the guests at Levin and Kitty's wedding.
Elizabeta F.TverskayaAnna's friend and Vronsky's cousin. aka: Betsy.
PrincessVarvaraOne of Anna's acquaintances.
KorneyVassilievitchAlexey Alexandrovitch's valet.
StepanVassilievitchA merchant.
MarieVassiltchikovaDaughter of Prince Ilariona Vassiltchikov and Princess Lydia.
VassenkaVeslovskyA distant cousin of the Shtcherbatskys.
Pyotr IllyitchVinovskyStepan Arkadyevitch's acquaintance.
MaryaVlasyevnaA midwife.
Friedrichvon BeustA German and Austrian statesman.
M.VorkuevLevin's new acquaintance.
MadameVredeAnna's acquaintance.
CountessVronskayaVronsky's mother.
AlexanderVronskyAlexey Vronsky's elder brother.
AlexeyVronskyA wealthy military officer.
KirillVronskyAlexey Kirillovitch's father.
Varya T.VronskyAlexander Vronsky's wife.
CaptainYashvinVronsky's friend from the army.
ProhorYermilinA renowned mower, a huge, black-haired peasant.
Alabin Stepan Arkadyevitch's acquaintance.
Anna 2 Anna and Vronky's daughter. aka: Annie.
Annushka Anna's maid.
Berkoot A bull.
Berkoshov One of Petritsky's acquaintances.
Brownie The bailiff's horse.
Bryantsev One who had the highest functionaries in government.
Buzulukov One of Vronsky's acquaintances.
Charles A hair-dresser.
Claire A new French actress.
Cord One of Vronsky's acquaintances.
Demin The colonel.
Diana Kuzovlev's horse.
Dmitri Levin and Kitty's son. aka: Mitya.
Drabanti A singer.
Dunyasha A maid.
Fertinghof One of Vronsky's acquaintances.
Frou-Frou Vronsky's horse.
Gagin Levin's acquaintance.
Galtsin Vronsky's friend.
Gambetta A horse.
Gladiator A very tall chestnut horse.
Golenishtcher Vronky's acquaintance.
Gretchen Veslovsky's new friend.
Grisha Stepan's youngest boy.
Hannah Anna's English ptotegee.
Hilustov The marshal of another district.
Ignat Konstantine Levin's coachman.
Ipat A peasant.
Ivan A coachman.
Kamerovsky A cavalry captain.
Kapitonitch A porter.
Kartasov One of Anna's acquaintances.
Katavasov Levin's university friend.
King Milan The first King of Serbia.
Komissarov Countess Lidia Ivanovna's former passion.
Kouzma Levin's old servant.
Krak A dog.
Krivin Kitty's acquaintance.
Laska A dog.
Laura One of Vronsky's acquaintances.
Lidi Korsunsky's wife.
Lieschen A servant girl.
Lili Dolly's child.
Linon Kitty's acquaintance.
Louis XV King of France. aka: Louis Quinze.
Mahotin Vronsky's most serious rival.
Malthus A well-known capitalist.
Marie Sergey Ivanovitch's lost loved one.
Mariette A governess.
Matvey Stepan Arkadyevitch's valet.
Metrov A distinguished scientific man from Petersburg.
Mihailov An artist.
Mishka A laborer.
Mitin Founder of the bank.
Myaskin Levin's acquaintance.
Nadinka Lidia Ivanovna's niece.
Nastia Madame Sviazhskaya's sister.
Nevyedovsky A former university professor. Sergey Ivanovitch's great friend.
Pasha A maid-servant.
Patti One of Anna's acquaintances.
Pava A cow.
Petritsky Vronsky's friend and favorite comrade.
Petrov The bank director.
Petrovsky A manager in the financial department.
Philip A gardener.
Piotr Alexey Alexandrovitch's servant.
Plato Ancient Greek philosopher.
Platon A well-to-do peasant. aka: Fokanitch.
Pravdin A well-known Panslavist.
Prokofy Sergey's acquaintance.
Pyevtsov Yashvin's acquaintance.
Raphael Italian painter and architect.
Raphael Italian painter and architect.
Rebecca One of Petritsky's acquaintances.
Rolandak Vronsky's acquaintance.
Ryabinin A merchant.
Sasha Mihailov's wife.
Schelling A German philosopher.
Semyon A contractor.
Sergey Alexeitch Karenin and Anna's young son. aka: Seryozha.
Serpuhovskoy Vronsky's friend.
Shirkov Vronsky's old friend.
Shuraev A peasant.
Sitnikov Seryozha's tutor.
Socrates Ancient Greek philosopher.
Sokolov Levin's bailiff.
Spencer Sviazhsky's neighbor.
Spinoza A Dutch philosopher.
Stremov One of the most influential people in Petersburg.
Sventitsky A company director.
Tanitchka Dolly's acquaintance.
Tanya Stepan's eldest girl.
Tchirikov A Moscow conciliation-board judge. Levin's friend.
Terenty A coachman.
Tit Levin's preceptor in the art of mowing.
Topov A Red Army officer.
Turovchin Stepan's acquaintance.
Tushkovitch Princess Tverskaya's acquaintance.
Vanya A clerk in the counting.
Vaska One of Levin's workers.
Venovsky A young comrade.
Volgarinov Alexey Alexandrovitch's acquaintance.
Volkov Petritsky's acquaintance.
Voytoy A man who was buying a horse.
Yegor Levin's servant.
Yegorov One of Vronsky's acquaintances.
Yermil One of Levin's workers.