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Anna Karenina features portraits of three relationships: Dolly and Oblonsky, Kitty and Levin, and Anna and Vronsky. In all three of these relationships, jealousy plays a role that affects the success of the relationship. In general, the less jealous a couple are, the more successful they will be. Dolly is jealous when Oblonsky is unfaithful, but she represses this feeling for the good of their. Anna Karenina explores themes of marriage, infidelity, unrequited love, motherhood, social rules, hypocrisy, and desire. It is a tragic romance, filled with sociopolitical commentary that examines.