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Tolstoi as Man and Artist, with an Essay on Dostoievski

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Tolstoi as Man and Artist, with an Essay on Dostoievski
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Publisher: Westminster Constable
ISBN/ASIN: 1125408243
Number of pages: 394

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In the case of both Tolstoi and Dostoievski, but especially in the case of Tolstoi, their works are so bound up with their lives, with the personality of each author, that we cannot speak of the one without the other. Before studying them as artists, thinkers, or preachers, we must know what manner of men they are.

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