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1st Edition

Count Leo Nikolaevich Tolstoy: The Critical Heritage

ISBN 9780415604772
Published November 3, 2010 by Routledge
476 Pages

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Book Description

This set comprises 40 volumes covering 19th and 20th century European and American authors. These volumes will be available as a complete set, mini boxed sets (by theme) or as individual volumes.
This second set compliments the first 68 volume set of Critical Heritage published by Routledge in October 1995.

Table of Contents

Introduction; Part 1 Before ‘War and Peace’ 1852–65; Chapter 1 Nekrasov on Some Early Works; Chapter 2 Annenkov on ‘Childhood’ and ‘Boyhood’; Chapter 3 Dudyshkin: Review of ‘The Raid’ and ‘The Woodfelling’; Chapter 4 Druzhinin on the Bad Style of ‘Youth’; Chapter 5 Unsigned Review of ‘Sebastopol in August’; Chapter 6 Chernyshevsky on Tolstoy; Chapter 7 K.S.Aksakov on Tolstoy’s Powers of Analysis; Chapter 8 Turgenev on the Early Tolstoy; Chapter 9 Khomyakov on Tolstoy’s View of Art and Literature; Chapter 10 Pisarev on What to Look for in Tolstoy’s Writing; Chapter 11 Grigoriev on Tolstoy’s Negation and Praise for the ‘Submissive’ Type of Personality; Chapter 12 Unsigned Review of ‘Childhood and Youth’; Chapter 13 Unsigned Notice of ‘Childhood and Youth’, ‘Athenaeum’; Chapter 14 Tyutchev: Verse on ‘The Cossacks’; Chapter 15 Edelson: Review of ‘The Cossacks’; Chapter 16 Evgeniya Tur Attacks Olenin; Chapter 17 Annenkov on Olenin and ‘Civilization’; Chapter 18 Tolstoy on ‘Polikushka’ and ‘The Cossacks’; Chapter 19 E.Markov on Maryanka, Heroine of ‘The Cossacks’; Chapter 20 Pyatkovsky Sums up Tolstoy’s Career; Part 2 ‘War and Peace’ 1865–9; Chapter 21 Botkin, From a Letter to A.A. Fet; Chapter 22 Unsigned Review of ‘1805’; Chapter 23 Akhsharumov, Review of ‘1805’; Chapter 24 Annenkov on ‘War and Peace’; Chapter 25 Pisarev on Nikolay Rostov; Chapter 26 Tolstoy Defends ‘War and Peace’; Chapter 27 Unsigned Review, ‘Affair’; Chapter 28 Tsebrikova on Natasha Rostov; Chapter 29 Bervi-Flerovsky on the Bolkonskys; Chapter 30 Norov on Tolstoy’s Falsification of History; Chapter 31 Liprandi, Note on the Battle of Borodino, ‘Voice’; Chapter 32 Dragomirov on Prince Andrey and the Art of War; Chapter 33 Strakhov, Review of ‘War and Peace’; Chapter 34 Dostoevsky on ‘War and Peace’; Chapter 35 Shelgunov on Pierre Bezukhov, ‘Affair’; Chapter 36 Turgenev on ‘War and Peace’; Chapter 37 Skabichevsky on Tolstoy’s Characters; Chapter 38 Courrière: A French View of ‘War and Peace’; Chapter 39

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