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>>14083570
Then read it. It's one of the best books ever written. If you're that worried about it being too complex, then just read a sparknotes summary after you read a chapter. And like what the other guy said, make a character chart to help with all the names. Tolstoy introduces like 20 people in the first couple of pages, so it makes it a bit confusing a first.

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>>4645879
Print this off and keep it handy while you read.

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Do you take notes when reading fictitious works?



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