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It is pointless my “reviewing” what is recognised as one of the canons of great world literature but instead I am relaying my physical reading experience of this masterpiece on a Kindle. I tried an e-reader some years ago and just couldn’t get on with it. No such problems with the Kindle and the model I have can easily be used one handed. Useful when one is strap hanging on a crowded tube. Regardless as to the light conditions the screen is always marvellously readable without eye strain. There are notes on the text that you can go to easily and then immediately return to your place. You can also highlight or make your own notes. The text size can be adjusted alongside other features to suit each reader. What would otherwise be a labour of page turning whilst jammed up against a fellow commuter is a doddle one handed. The lack of weight to haul around is also a real plus. So a great way to read this or any other book. I was a sceptic but I am totally converted. The Kindle will not replace my “physical” books or my love of them; but it is a wonderful way to enjoy reading when a “real” book might be difficult to read.
I wanted to read some classics and started on War and Peace. It’s epic! I was able to get into it, it was easily accessible and I learned a lot about the Napoleonic wars, about society of the time and about the philosophy of war in general. It was far more enjoyable than I’d expected.
What was difficult was not knowing how people of that time had their own remarks and attitudes so sometimes it was hard to follow. But that didn't bother me as much as when the book got to the end and I thought, "That's it?". Nothing special, just people living their lives which could've been my neighbors who sit and watch TV all day. No real twists or turns or surprises. I could've described what I did last week and it would have been as interesting. It was very well written, but some of the translation converted to e-book format had quite a few typo's-something that I can't blame on Mr. Tolstoy...
A story of human love. A story of war and sacrifice. But between the stories there is the introduction of today's economic theory of Freckocnmoics. When we think we have an answer to a condition, there might be a different causation.