Leo Tolstoy

Count Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy (9 September [O.S. 28 August] 1828 – 20 November [O.S. 7 November] 1910), usually referred to in English as Leo Tolstoy, was a Russian writer who is regarded as one of the greatest authors of all time.
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War and Peace 2 Volume Box Set by Leo Tolstoy
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1972. Unpaginated. No dust jacket. Two red books in white slipcase. Both volumes well preserved. The mildest age toning to page ends. Slightest push to spine ends. Very good red boards. Slight yellowing or fading to the white of the slipcase. A solid and attractive copy.  read more
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Anna Karenina (Vintage Classics) by Leo Tolstoy
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Set against the backdrop of Russian high society, this novel charts the course of the doomed love affair between Anna, a beautiful married woman, and Count Vronsky, a wealthy army officer who pursues Anna after becoming infatuated with her at a ball.  read more
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Rabbit Warren Peace by Leo Tolstoy by Leo Tolstoy
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Burrowed from the classic by Leo Tolstoy As cute as bunny ears Rabbit Warren Peace is a brand new retelling of Tolstoys classic War Peace with rabbits Meet Natasha Pierre Prince Andrei and the others and enjoy one of the greatest stories ever told in a totally new way.  read more
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The Gospel in Brief: The Life of Jesus by Leo Tolstoy, Dustin Condren
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The four Gospels that begin the Bible's New Testament tell the life of Jesus. But each Gospel relates a slightly different version of events. Some stories appear only in one Gospel, while certain other stories are different in each. What Leo Tolstoy sought to do in "The Gospel In Brief" was to apply his tremendous skills as a writer to tell the life of Jesus in one seamless narrative, thus integrating the four Gospels. The result is a work that reads like a novel, complete with twelve chapters. The project was very important to Tolstoy. With "The Gospel In Brief", he sought to democratize access to the Gospel, making the life of Jesus accessible to everyone. (He particularly had in mind the Russian peasantry.) Tolstoy based his translation on his study of the original Greek versions of the Bible. Unfortunately the Russian Orthodox Church viewed the book as sacrilegious. How dare he re-write the sacred texts? The Church worked to suppress "The Gospel In Brief", and in 1901, it permanently excommunicated Tolstoy, Russia's greatest novelist.  read more
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