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By Leo Tolstoy
Resurrection by Leo Tolstoy digital book - Fable

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Publisher Description

Resurrection' (1899) is the last of Tolstoy's significant novels. It elucidates the story of a nobleman's endeavor to recover the pain his youthful philandering caused for a peasant girl who winds up as a detainee in Siberia. Tolstoy's vision of redemption accomplished through forgiveness and his judgment of violence is portrayed in the book. A personal, mental story of responsibility, outrage, and absolution, Resurrection is simultaneously an all-encompassing depiction of public activity in Russia toward the finish of the nineteenth 100 years, mirroring its author's disdain at the social treacheries of the world where he resided. This version, which refreshes an exemplary interpretation, has logical notes, and a significant presence in light of the latest grant in the field.

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