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Leo Tolstoy: The Complete Novels and Novellas (The Greatest Writers of All Time Book 12) (English Edition) eBook Kindle
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- ASIN : B01IMMB2OK
- Editora : Book House Publishing (18 março 2020)
- Idioma : Inglês
- Tamanho do arquivo : 5393 KB
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- Número de páginas : 3520 páginas
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I find it still quite surprising the number of people who have never read Tolstoy, and of course there are those who claim to have read him, and then show their ignorance by what they say about certain books. Here then we have a collection of his novels and novellas which you can spend many hours wallowing in. Even if you have never read this author before you will surely have heard of War and Peace, and Anna Karenina, the first being much more than a novel, and the second often being cited as the perfect novel. These two books should be read by everyone who enjoys literature and will give you more than enough food for thought, but there is so much more here, with all the pieces placed in chronological order of publication.
Childhood, Boyhood and Youth are a trilogy of tales that are semi-autobiographical in nature, and thus give us an insight into not only the author’s life, but that of others at this period of Russia’s history. When the first one was published so Tolstoy was taken seriously as a writer with the potential to go far, which of course as we all know he lived up to.
Each story here if reviewed separately could amount to hundreds and hundreds of words, and there is not that space available on this site to do that in a review, but if you have even read only one story by Tolstoy before you will know why he was praised and admired by his contemporaries around the world, and the power and emotions that he evokes for us even to this day. There is everything here, from love and revenge, to war and illness, along with numerous other themes and elements that our lives are based and built around.
Certainly this is a large book, and will take quite a while to plough through, especially if you have never read any of the tales before, but it is worth it and very rewarding. My advice is to download this, and read a book here and there, when the fancy takes you. That way you will always know that there is some quality writing awaiting you when you feel like it or need to get away from some of the dross that is published these days. This is worth owning, and if like me, you will come back to these stories many times throughout your life.
a developing realisation of the inequalities in society...and the conclusion the main character draws is that he is the problem he has too much power and resources.He identifies with the dispossessed and it begins a journey of divesting himself of all the trappings of wealth.He is pitied by his fellow aristocrats as a fool a meddler a stubborn fantasist .Eventually he follows the woman bhe loves, into Siberia and exile.It is to attone for having taken adbantage of the poor servant girl.whilsy stsying with his Aunts when he was a young man.The child was still born and she was cast out of society and ended up working as a prostitute.As an older man he is reawainted with his first love and belongs to understand the consequences of his actions.
It is a dark tale of woe and more woe.The legal system was full of corruption and bribery.Justice wasfor those who could pay the right price.Injustice is seen everywhere.The main character starts his personal journey of ressurection to emerge a better in his view human being.