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19 December 2015 @ 09:45 am
Sonya Rostova & Fanny Price: a small comparison  
T: Krieg und Frieden (3) D: Ken Duken, Clemence Poesy, Ana Caterina Morariu R: Robert Dornhelm P: D/F/I/PL/RUS/E/A J: 0 DA:  - Nutzung von Filmszenebildern nur bei Filmtitelnennung und/oder in Zusammenhang mit Berichterstattung ueber den Film. Originaldateiname: 467744.jpg
Sonya Rostova
is a fictional character in Leo Tolstoy’s 1869 novel War and Peace.  She is the orphaned niece of Count and Countess Rostov and, as a result, she is living with the Rostov family. She and her cousin Natasha share a very special bond and they are inseparable. At the start of the novel, 15-year-old Sonya is in love with her cousin, Nikolai Rostov, who initially reciprocates her feelings. Sonya has no dowry and Nikolai’s mother opposes the match. However,....


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