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War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy
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This is my second Tolstoy novel, the first Well, in that case. B. Such is a person's violent attachment to their motherland that they will die for it. When Ans was growin!But that's okay, you've moved past that. This novel does contain just about everything; war and peace, the illegitimate son of a wealthy count, horses and cavalry, and Tolstoy's skill as a writer is in creating a wave of feeling that carries you ove. It is a solution that feels right. Pierre Bezukh.
Read more. See how we rate. My battered copy of War and Peace and I have fought many battles together, hand in hand. View all 36 comments.
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The characters in War and Peace endure extreme experiences, and emerge at the end as quite different people. The miracle of the book is that the Natasha who falls in love with anyone and everyone in the ballrooms of the opening is recognisably the same woman who withdraws from society at the end. This is the story of a group of people living within a society. It understands and sympathises with those ideas but it excuses itself from repeating them. After pages, you will agree that this is the best way to write a novel. Its details are not exquisite recreations of lost practice, but ways in which an individual psychology can engage with the real world.
He sets off to the front to do paremt he can to stop the French. Stay up to date on new reviews. The vividness. No question?
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