Sonya: the life of Countess Tolstoy

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Simon and Schuster, 1981 - Biography & Autobiography - 512 pages
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A sympathetic account of Sonya Tolstoy's struggle for independence reveals Sonya to be a forerunner of today's modern woman, showing how her intense love for Tolstoy was diminished by his refusal to see her as her own person

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User Review  - Nancy - Goodreads

I read Sonya sometime in the early 1980's. It made quite an impression on me at the time so it is time for me to give it some credit here in Goodreads. I was never able to finish War and Peace because ... Read full review

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This book is great, especially after reading Anna Karenina! Read full review

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Authors Note i i
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Part One i 856 i 862 An Expectation of Happiness 2 3
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Part Three i 8651877 A Hahit of Loving
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