Anniversary Essays on Tolstoy

A century after Leo Tolstoy s death, the author of War and Peace is widely admired but too often thought of only with reference to his realism and moral sense The many sides of Tolstoy revealed in these new essays speak to today s readers with astonishing force, relevance, and complexity In a lively, challenging style, leading scholars range over his long life, from hisA century after Leo Tolstoy s death, the author of War and Peace is widely admired but too often thought of only with reference to his realism and moral sense The many sides of Tolstoy revealed in these new essays speak to today s readers with astonishing force, relevance, and complexity In a lively, challenging style, leading scholars range over his long life, from his first work Childhood to the works of his old age like Hadji Murat, and the many genres in which he worked, from the major novels to aphorisms and short stories The essays present new approaches to his central themes love, death, religious faith and doubt, violence, the animal kingdom, and war They also assess his reception both in his lifetime and subsequently Setting new agendas for the study of this classic author, this volume provides a snapshot of current scholarship on Tolstoy.
Anniversary Essays on Tolstoy A century after Leo Tolstoy s death the author of War and Peace is widely admired but too often thought of only with reference to his realism and moral sense The many sides of Tolstoy revealed in the

  • Title: Anniversary Essays on Tolstoy
  • Author: Donna Tussing Orwin
  • ISBN: 9780521514910
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Hardcover
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