|Series||Biography and criticism, 8|
|LC Classifications||PG3415 R4 S7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||154|
Her new book "Tolstoy" tells the incredible life story of Count Leo Tolstoy (). Tolstoy was a man of great achievements and many contradictions in his complex soul. He was born as a wealthy aristocrat who grew up in Moscow, Tula and Yasnaya Polyana (Clear Glade) his family's vast estate miles from Moscow/5(88). Tolstoy at his most philosophical and spiritual, examines the words of Jesus, in particular his words from the Sermon on the Mount, and discusses how the doctrines of religion stray from those words and why organized religion and its systems and processes had become unnecessary for him/5. --Tragedy, contingency and the meaning of life in Anna Karenia --Death, A confession and Ivan Ilych --Tolstoy, the Gospels and Jesus: Christian ethics and Hadji Murad --Tolstoy the Ascetic? The Kreutzer sonata, Father Sergius and resurrection --The Prodigal as Prophet. Responsibility: E.B. Greenwood. This book contains the complete novels and novellas of Leo Tolstoy in the chronological order of their original publication. - Childhood - Boyhood - Youth - Family Happiness - The Cossacks - War and Peace - Anna Karenina - The Death of Ivan Ilyich - The Kreutzer Sonata - Resurrection - The Forged Coupon - /5().
Tolstoy is also known for his complex and somewhat paradoxical persona, holding both moralistic and ascetic views during the final decades of his life. An Amazon Book with Buzz: "The Second Home" by Christina Clancy "A sure-footed ode to the strength of family, the depth of loss, and the power of forgiveness." Reviews: 3. Смерть Ивана Ильича = Smert Ivana Ilicha = The Death of Ivan Ilyich, Leo Tolstoy The Death of Ivan Ilyich, first published in , is a novella by Leo Tolstoy, considered one of the masterpieces of his late fiction, written shortly after his religious conversion of the late s. Usually classed among the best examples of the novella, The Death of Ivan Ilyich tells the story of a high-court judge and his /5(K). In this book Tolstoy aimed at giving the picture of a whole epoch, and that one of the most stirring in the history of modern Europe; the real subject is the conflict between the French and the Prussians from to , the historical events of the novel concluding with the tragedy of the French retreat from Moscow. This essay is drawn from the introduction to a new translation, by Peter Carson, of Leo Tolstoy’s “The Death of Ivan Ilyich & Confession,” which will soon be published by Liveright.. Leo.
Count Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy (Russian: Лев Никола́евич Толсто́й, pronounced (); 9 September [O.S. 28 August] – 20 November [O.S. 7 November] ), also known as Leo Tolstoy, was a Russian novelist, short story writer, philosopher and playwright who primarily wrote novels and short y was a master of realistic fiction and is widely considered one of. Her new book "Tolstoy" tells the incredible life story of Count Leo Tolstoy (). Tolstoy was a man of great achievements and many contradictions in his complex soul. He was born as a wealthy aristocrat who grew up in Moscow, Tula and Yasnaya Polyana (Clear Glade) his family's vast estate miles from Moscow. Tolstoy’s follow-up to A Confession was one in a series of books published after the profound existential crisis suffered in his 50s. An exceptionally frank account of this tremendously turbulent period of his life, What I Believe is the non-fiction account of Tolstoy’s personal interpretation of . Tolstoy too, as a young man, volunteered for military duty in the Caucasus. Out of this experience came many memorable stories, among them, The Raid. The narrator joins an army contingent stationed in the Caucasus and engaged in fighting the Muslim rebels of the region/5(17).