Category Archives: Leo Tolstoy

Analysis of “Anna Karenina” – parallelism in the composition of the novel

“Anna Karenina” begins with a phrase that is the psychological key of the work: “All happy families are alike, each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” The pathos of the novel is not in the affirmation of spiritual … Continue reading

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“After the Ball”, analysis of the story by Leo Tolstoy

The story by Leo Nikolaevich Tolstoy “After the Ball” is a bright protest against the unnaturalness of the inner world of a person who does not share good and evil. It is regret that it is impossible to find happiness … Continue reading

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“Childhood”, analysis of the novel by Leo Tolstoy

Childhood is a happy time in the life of every person. Indeed, in childhood everything seems bright and joyful, and any grief is quickly forgotten, as well as short resentment toward loved ones. It is not by chance that many … Continue reading

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