Tolstoy's quest for truth transcended his roles as a philosopher, soldier, proprietor, and devoted family man. He approached his writing with a conviction that truth can be found and must be embraced. This volume studies Tolstoy extensively, including his
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The Dialectic of Incarnation
Tolstoy and Enlightenment
Anna Karenina and What is Art?
Authority and its Discontents in Tolstoy and Joyce
A Painted Lady
Tolstoy and Dostoevsky
A Man Speaking to Men
Water Movement Roundness
Legitimation and Irony in Tolstoy and Fontane
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