1693–1740, empress of Russia 1730–40.
Anna Ivanovna and you will enjoy it, and it will be new and interesting for the children.
Letters of Anton Chekhov Anton Chekhov
The Carnival was, however, held during the last century by Anna Ivanovna, in a style surpassing that of her ancestors.
The International Monthly, Volume 5, No. 4, April, 1852 Various
- Anna karenina
a novel (1875–76) by Leo Tolstoy. Contemporary Examples So she might read Anna Karenina (one of my favorites) and be thinking she could intervene and bring Anna to her senses. Bill Clinton’s Favorite Crime Novelist Sara Nelson February 9, 2009 This might have inspired Wright to enclose part of his Anna Karenina inside a theater, […]
Anna [ah-nuh] /ˈɑ nə/ (Show IPA), 1885–1931, Russian ballet dancer. Contemporary Examples But for something a little fancier, a Pavlova is the best choice. What to Eat: Passover Cookstr.com March 22, 2010 Historical Examples The dogs were soon lost to sight, except Pavlova, who remained with us all the time. The Home of the Blizzard […]
Anna [ah-nah] /ˈɑ nɑ/ (Show IPA), (Netty Radvanyi) 1900–1983, German novelist. Historical Examples By these refusals Seghers was deprived of the support of two powerful protectors. Musical Memories Camille Saint-Sans For some years he worked side by side with Snyders and Seghers. Van Dyck Percy M. Turner This is sufficient indication of the esteem in […]
Anna, 1820–78, English author. Historical Examples We know not where we will find purer morals, or more valuable “life-philosophy,” than in the pages of Miss Sewell. Captain Canot Brantz Mayer There came a knock at the door, and presently Sewell entered. Northern Lights Gilbert Parker Both Leger and Sewell went, and Tomlinson came back with […]