By Leo Tolstoy
* ALL 12 novels with specialist formatting
* Plus the infrequent unfinished novel 'The Decembrists' which Tolstoy meant to be a sequel to the nice 'War and Peace'
* Plus the opposite infrequent unfinished novel 'Morning of a Landed Proprietor'
* short yet informative introductions to all the novels
* appealing photographs on the subject of Tolstoy's lifestyles and works through the eBook
* all of the brief tales which have been translated into English
* contains a bonus number of non-fiction texts, together with Tolstoy's Journal
* all the plays
* specific major personality pages for 'War and Peace' and 'Anna Karenina' to assist studying those huge novels
* more advantageous translations of the fast tales, in keeping with a buyer review
* contains contents tables for every novel and play, permitting effortless navigation round the significant file
* up-to-date with a unique literary feedback part, with nine diversified essays studying Tolstoy's contribution to literature, with works via writers akin to Virginia Woolf and William Lyon Phelps
* up to date with BONUS texts of 2 biographies on Tolstoy, by way of his spouse and son
* up to date with the infrequent play reside CORPSE, unpublished in Tolstoy's lifetime
Believed via many to be the best novelist the area has recognized, the Russian Master's paintings is of paramount value. This definitive version of Tolstoy's oeuvre has each translated novel, brief tale, novella and play written by way of Leo Tolstoy. one in every of our hottest eBooks - you can now personal the good grasp of Realist fiction.
There is additionally a entrance no-nonsense contents desk, permitting effortless navigation round the huge, immense dossier. as with any Delphi Classics, the texts are prepared in chronological order, permitting a scholarly examining and appreciation of Tolstoy's works.
Please observe: an absolute 'complete works' of Tolstoy isn't attainable in English as a result of copyright regulations on a number of translations and a few texts no longer being translated into English but. despite the fact that, this booklet strives to offer shoppers the main texts attainable and comprises the entire significant works. As an advantage, a variety of non-fiction texts can be found too.
The Novels and Novellas
WAR AND PEACE
THE demise OF IVAN ILYCH
THE KREUTZER SONATA.
THE cast COUPON
The Unfinished Novels
A MORNING OF A LANDED PROPRIETOR
The brief Stories
LIST of reports IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER
LIST of reports IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
THE energy OF DARKNESS
THE end result OF CULTURE
THE reason behind IT ALL
THE FIRST DISTILLER
THE gentle SHINES IN DARKNESS
KINGDOM OF GOD IS inside YOU
WHAT THEN needs to WE DO?
ON the importance OF technological know-how AND ART
TOLSTOY ON SHAKESPEARE
TOLSTOY THE ARTIST through Ivan Panin
TOLSTOY THE PREACHER by way of Ivan Panin
Extract from ‘MY LITERARY PASSIONS’ via William Dean Howells
Extract from ‘ESSAYS ON RUSSIAN NOVELISTS’ by way of William Lyon Phelps
RUSSIAN ROMANCE by means of Earl of Evelyn Baring Cromer
Extracts from ‘A SURVEY OF RUSSIAN LITERATURE’ through Isabel Florence Hapgood
Extract from ‘AN define OF RUSSIAN LITERATURE’ through Maurice Baring
THE RUSSIAN perspective via Virginia Woolf
Extract from ‘PROPHETS OF DISSENT’ by way of Otto Heller
REMINISCENCES OF TOLSTOY by way of Ilya Tolstoy
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF COUNTESS TOLSTOY
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