Childhood, boyhood, and youth

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J.M. Dent & Sons, ltd., 1912 - Moscow (Russia) - 314 pages
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User Review  - Marse - LibraryThing

Though not called a "memoir," Tolstoy's trilogy [Childhood, Boyhood, Youth] is based on himself. It is his first published work and it is a joy to read. The boy, Nikolai Irten'ev, retells his ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rose Gowen - Goodreads

Cut one star for not being Anna Karenina or War & Peace. Pretty good for not being Anna Karenina or War & Peace. The man was so perceptive about inner and outer life-- it almost does not seem possible. Read full review

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Mamma
6
Papa
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