Sonya: The Life of Countess Tolstoy

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Simon and Schuster, Jan 1, 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  - Hope - Goodreads

Riveting and sad. Edwards writes wonderfully about Tolstoy's wife. Read full review

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


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

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Anne Edwards's biographies include "Vivien Leigh: A Biography," the "New York Times "bestseller that has become a classic in the field. Other acclaimed titles include" Early Reagan: The Rise to Power"; "Matriarch: Queen Mary and the House of Windsor;" and "Katharine Hepburn: A Biography," Anne Edwards is a former president of the Authors Guild and a sought-after speaker. Currently, she and her husband, musical theater historian Stephen Citron, live in Beverly Hills, California.

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