Redemption and Two Other Plays: Easyread Comfort Edition
Skilfully weaving a web of emotions in Redemption and two other plays, Tolstoy has drawn upon the themes of poverty, ignorance, forgiveness, error of judgments and the human foibles and follies which make these writings even more familiar to the readers. Redemption and The power of Darkness depict sordid miseries borne out of adultery, murder, poverty and utter darkness. The author delves deep down the tragedy of peasants lives as well as the oppression which weighs them down and drives them into ignorance.
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