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  1. War and Peace (Oxford World's Classics) by Leo Tolstoy, Louise and Aylmer Maude, et all 2010-12-15
  2. Great Short Works of Leo Tolstoy (Perennial Classics) by Leo Tolstoy, 2004-03
  3. The Kingdom of God Is Within You by Leo Tolstoy, Leo Tolstoi, 2010-09-02
  4. The Death of Ivan Ilyich and Other Stories by Leo Tolstoy, 2009-11-17
  5. A Confession (Hesperus Classics) by Leo Tolstoy, 2010-04-01
  6. Anna Karenina (Oprah's Book Club) by Leo Tolstoy, 2004-05
  7. Leo Tolstoy: Spiritual Writings (Modern Spiritual Masters)
  8. Family Happiness: Stories (Harper Perennial Classic Stories) by Leo Tolstoy, 2009-05-01
  9. A Calendar of Wisdom: Daily Thoughts to Nourish the Soul, Written and Selected from the World's Sacred Texts by Leo Tolstoy, 1997-10-14
  10. Resurrection (Penguin Classics) by Leo Tolstoy, 2009-10-27
  11. Walk in the Light and Twenty-Three Tales by Leo Tolstoy, 2003-11
  12. Tolstoy by Henri Troyat, 2001-03-30
  13. Leo Tolstoy (Bloom's Modern Critical Views)
  14. Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy, 2009-01-01

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Count Leo Tolstoy was baptized Orthodox into a life of privilege and wealth in Czarist Russia in 1828. His young adulthood is best summed up with his own words from his book Confession I cannot recall those years without horror, loathing, and heart-rending pain. I killed people in war, challenged men to duels with the purpose of killing them, and lost at cards; I squandered the fruits of the peasants' toil and then had them executed; I was a fornicator and a cheat. Lying, stealing, promiscuity of every kind, drunkenness, violence, murder - there was not a crime I did not commit...Thus I lived for ten years." Later in life, Tolstoy formulated a unique Christian philosophy which espoused non-resistance to evil as the proper response to aggression, and which put great emphasis on fair treatment of the poor and working class. Tolstoy also gave a strong plea for Christians to reject the State when seeking answers to questions of morality and instead to look within themselves and to God for their answers. Tolstoy's books Confession What Then Must We Do?

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Search all of Leo Tolstoy Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910) , Russian author, whose classic novels include War and Peace (1863-69) and Anna Karenina
Leo Tolstoy was born on August 28, 1828 at Yasnya Polyana, in Tula Province, the fourth of five children. His parents died when he was a child, and he was brought up by relatives. In 1844 Tolstoy started his studies of law and oriental languages at Kazan University, but he never took a degree. Dissatisfied with the standard of education, he returned in the middle of his studies back to Yasnya Polyana, and then spent much of his time in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
Tolstoy was treated for venereal disease in 1847, and for most of the rest of his life was troubled by his tendency to debauch himself on a grand scale. After contracting heavy gambling debts, Tolstoy accompanied his elder brother to the Caucasus in 1851, and joined an artillery regiment. In the 1850s Tolstoy also began his literary career, publishing the autobiographical trilogy Childhood Boyhood (1854), and

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    Leo Tolstoy free essays, eTexts, resources and links from LiteratureClassics.com. Sign up to The Daily Muse for free. Leo Tolstoy. 1828 - 1910 * Tolstoy's two novels War and Peace and Anna
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    Start your day with a thought-provoking quote from the world's greatest thinkers and writers. Sign up to The Daily Muse for free. Leo Tolstoy one of the greatest of all novelists; Russian author of realistic fiction.
    Tolstoy's two novels War and Peace and Anna Karenina are regarded as some of the finest ever written. Tolstoy was a master of observing minor changes in consciousness and behaviour.
    Tolstoy was born to prominent aristocrats, south of Moscow in Russia. He began his literary career while serving in the army. His two most significant works, War and Peace and Anna Karenina were written a few years later, after he had returned home to care for his estate.
    Shortly after the publication of the latter text, Tolstoy's works became increasingly spiritual and moral in theme. These works helped shape the ideologies of important political and spiritual leaders, including Ghandi and Lenin.
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    Russian author, one of the greatest of all novelists. Tolstoy's major works include War and Peace (1863-69), characterized by Henry James as a "loose baggy monster", and Anna Karenina (1875-77), which stands alongside Flaubert's Madame Bovary and Fontane's Effi Briest as perhaps the most prominent 19th-century European novel of adultery. Tolstoi once said, "The one thing is necessary, in life as in art, is to tell the truth." Tolstoy's life in often seen to form two distinct parts: first comes the author of great novels, and later a prophet and moral reformer.

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    Leo Tolstoy was born on August 28, 1828 at Yasnya Polyana, in Tula Province, the fourth of five children. His parents died when he was a child, and he was brought up by relatives. In 1844 Tolstoy started his studies of law and oriental languages at Kazan University, but he never took a degree. Dissatisfied with the standard of education, he returned in the middle of his studies back to Yasnya Polyana, and then spent much of his time in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
    Tolstoy was treated for venereal disease in 1847, and for most of the rest of his life was troubled by his tendency to debauch himself on a grand scale. After contracting heavy gambling debts, Tolstoy accompanied his elder brother to the Caucasus in 1851, and joined an artillery regiment. In the 1850s Tolstoy also began his literary career, publishing the autobiographical trilogy Childhood Boyhood (1854), and

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    Russian author, one of the greatest of all novelists. Tolstoy's major works include War and Peace (1863-69), characterized by Henry James as a "loose baggy monster", and Anna Karenina (1875-77), which stands alongside Flaubert's Madame Bovary and Fontane's Effi Briest as perhaps the most prominent 19th-century European novel of adultery. Tolstoi once said, "The one thing is necessary, in life as in art, is to tell the truth." Tolstoy's life in often seen to form two distinct parts: first comes the author of great novels, and later a prophet and moral reformer. Leo Tolstoy was born at Yasnya Polyana, in Tula Province, the fourth of five children. The title of Count had been conferred on his ancestor in the early 18th century by Peter the Great. His parents died when he was a child, and he was brought up by relatives. In 1844 Tolstoy started his studies of law and oriental languages at Kazan University, but he never took a degree. Dissatisfied with the standard of education, he returned in the middle of his studies back to Yasnaya Polyana, and then spent much of his time in Moscow and St. Petersburg. In 1847 Tolstoy was treated for veneral disease. After contracting heavy gambling debts, Tolstoy accompanied in 1851 his elder brother to the Caucasus, and joined an artillery regiment. In the 1850s Tolstoy also began his literary career, publishing the autobiographical trilogy

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    Tolstoy was treated for venereal disease in 1847, and for most of the rest of his life was troubled by his tendency to debauch himself on a grand scale. After contracting heavy gambling debts, Tolstoy accompanied his elder brother to the Caucasus in 1851, and joined an artillery regiment. In the 1850s Tolstoy also began his literary career, publishing the autobiographical trilogy Childhood Boyhood (1854), and

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    Tolstoy, the son of a nobleman landowner, was born on September 9, 1828, at Yasnaya Polyana, the family estate south of Moscow. He was orphaned at the age of nine, then raised by relatives and educated by French and German tutors. At the age of 16, Tolstoy enrolled at Kazan' University (now Kazan' State University), first studying languages and then law; influenced by the writings of the French philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau, he became dissatisfied with formal study and in 1847 left without a degree. After a brief, futile attempt to improve the condition of the serfs on his estate, he plunged into the dissipations of Moscow's high society, which he candidly recorded in his diary with vows to reform. References:
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Leo Nikolayevitch Tolstoy September 9 November 20 ) was a Russian novelist , reformer, and moral thinker, notable for his influence on Russian literature and politics . As a count , Tolstoy was a member of the Russian nobility Tolstoy was one of the giants of 19th Century Russian literature . His most famous works include the novels War and Peace and Anna Karenina , and many shorter works, including the novella The Death of Ivan Ilyich and "Ivan the Fool". His autobiographical novels Childhood Boyhood , and Youth , his first publications (1852-1856), tell of a rich landowner's son and his slow realization of the differences between him and his peasant playmates. Although in later life Tolstoy rejected these books as sentimental, a great deal of his own life is revealed, and the books still have relevance for their telling of the universal story of growing up. Tolstoy served as a second lieutenant in the Russian Army during the Crimean War . His experiences in battle help develop his pacifism , and gave him material for realistic depiction of the horrors of war in his later work.

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