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War and Peace By Leo Tolstoy
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This edition includes: Biography of Tolstoy List of principal characters Bibliography Reading Guide Questions Isaac Babel said, after reading War and Peace, "If the world could write by itself,... More > it would write like Tolstoy." Perhaps the greatest of all novels. Tolstoy's War and Peace covers the involvement of Russia in the wars of Napoleon, but is also one of the greatest love stories ever written. This edition is based on the translation by Aylmer Maude (1858–1938) and Louise Maude (1855–1939). In Tolstoy’s own assessment “Better translators …could not be invented.”< Less
Anna Karenina By Leo Tolstoy
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In Anna Karenina Tolstoy gave the world one of the best loved heroines of literature. Her charm dominates the novel, but there is also a feeling of ultimate doom always approaching. Anna, despite and... More > because of her actions, is a sympathetic character. Although desperate to escape from her stifling marriage, she is uncertain and vulnerable. She eventually does escape, but the outcome is not as desirable as she wished, and ends in tragedy. Together with War and Peace, Anna Karenina is justifiably regarded as one of the greatest novels ever written. This edition features: Introduction Biography of Tolstoy List of Main Characters Bibliography< Less
The Kreutzer Sonata and Other Stories By Leo Tolstoy
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Pozdnyshev is an unusual man. He rides the trains of Russia to seek for forgiveness for past misdeeds. Overhearing two other passengers arguing over marriage, love and divorce he tells the sad tale... More > of his own marriage. Leo Tolstoy’s novella “The Kreutzer Sonata” was published in 1889 and was immediately censored by Russian authorities for its frank examination of sexual morality and the institution of marriage. Following the serialization of “The Kreutzer Sonata” in the United States in 1890, Theodore Roosevelt described Tolstoy as a “sexual moral pervert”. This edition also includes the short stories “Ivan the Fool”, “A Lost Opportunity”, “Polikushka and “The Candle”, as well as a brief biography of Leo Tolstoy and a bibliography with suggestions for further reading.< Less
Youth By Leo Tolstoy
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Youth was the third book in Leo Tolstoy’s trilogy about a young man growing up in early nineteenth century Russia, following the publication of Childhood and Boyhood. The trilogy of novels is... More > thought by some critics to be autobiographical and there are some elements that are close to Tolstoy’s life. However, other critics such as A. N. Wilson have shown that Childhood, Boyhood and Youth were attempts by the young Tolstoy to create his own mythology about his early years. Youth was first published in 1856 in the Russian literary journal Sovremennik (or The Contemporary in English). This edition of Youth also features a brief Biography of Leo Tolstoy and a Bibliography with ideas for further research into Leo Tolstoy and his works.< Less
Childhood, Boyhood and Youth By Leo Tolstoy
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Childhood, Boyhood and Youth is a collection of three novellas linked as a trilogy written by Leo Tolstoy’s about a young man growing up in early nineteenth century Russia. Childhood, Boyhood... More > and Youth is thought by some critics to be autobiographical and there are some elements that are close to Tolstoy’s life. However, other critics such as A. N. Wilson have shown that Childhood, Boyhood and Youth were attempts by the young Tolstoy to create his own mythology about his early years. Original publication started with Childhood in 1852 and was completed by the publication of Youth in 1856 in the Russian literary journal Sovremennik (or The Contemporary in English). Childhood was Tolstoy’s debut novel-length work. This edition of Childhood, Boyhood and Youth also features a brief Biography of Leo Tolstoy and a Bibliography with ideas for further research into Leo Tolstoy and his works.< Less
Childhood By Leo Tolstoy
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Childhood was Leo Tolstoy’s first novel and a work in which he also explored the very beginnings of life. Published in 1852 under the initials L. N., Childhood tells the story of a young boy,... More > Nikolenka, from a young infant to childhood. The story is thought by some critics to be autobiographical and there are some elements that are close to Tolstoy’s life. However, other critics such as A. N. Wilson have shown that Childhood along with the sequels Boyhood and Youth were attempts by the young Tolstoy to create his own mythology about his early years. Tolstoy’s first novel was an instant success upon publication and was the beginning of a long and successful writing career for the twenty-three year old. This edition also features a brief Biography of Leo Tolstoy and a Bibliography with ideas for further research into Leo Tolstoy and his works.< Less
What Men Live By and Other Tales By Leo Tolstoy
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What Men Live By and Other Tales contains four short stories by Leo Tolstoy. This collection of stories was originally published in 1885 and as well as “What Men Live By” also includes... More > “The Three Questions“, “The Coffee-House of Surat”, and “How Much Land Does a Man Need?” The stories are translated from Russian into English by Aylmer and Louise Maude. This edition also features a brief Biography of Leo Tolstoy and a Bibliography with ideas for further research into Leo Tolstoy and his works.< Less
Boyhood By Leo Tolstoy
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Boyhood was Leo Tolstoy’s sequel to his debut novel Childhood and part of a trilogy of supposedly autobiographical novels: Childhood, Boyhood and Youth. Boyhood continues the story of... More > Nikolenka. The trilogy of novels is thought by some critics to be autobiographical and there are some elements that are close to Tolstoy’s life. However, other critics such as A. N. Wilson have shown that Childhood, Boyhood and Youth were attempts by the young Tolstoy to create his own mythology about his early years. Boyhood was first published in 1854 in the Russian literary journal Sovremennik (or The Contemporary in English). This edition also features a brief Biography of Leo Tolstoy and a Bibliography with ideas for further research into Leo Tolstoy and his works.< Less
The Cossacks By Leo Tolstoy
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Includes an Introduction, Biography of Tolstoy, Plot Summary, Bibliography and Reading Guide Questions. The Cossacks by Leo Tolstoy is a short novel about the experiences of Onenin, a young Russian... More > aristocrat, who decides to join the army and finds himself in a Cossack village during the Caucasian War (1817-1864). The novel explores a number of themes that were to become ever more important to Tolstoy as he developed as a writer: the purpose of life and nature of happiness and the truth of primitive rural life contrasted with the sophisticated culture of Russian urbane society. Tolstoy went on to write two of the most famous novels in history: War and Peace and Anna Karenina, but it was in The Cossacks that he started to find his voice as a writer.< Less

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