What Men Live by and Other Tales
What Men Live By and Other Stories by Leo Tolstoy is a collection of stories that presents deep philosophical ideas. The author has asked profound questions and has lightly supplied the readers with invigorating newer opinions. Through these stories, stimulating questions are posed and amply answered. A thought-provoking read!
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