Tolstoy and Gandhi, men of peace: a biography, Volume 3
This double biography of two of the world's great figures examines how Tolstoy and Gandhi reached the same conclusions of anti-imperialism and peace despite the dissimilarity of their backgrounds
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The First Nineteen Years
INTERLUDE The New Life 18941910
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Alekseev Andrei Anna Karenina ashram asked assassination Autobiography became Bers Bipin Chandra Pal Bombay British brother called campaign Chertkov Christian civilization Congress consciousness course culture death diary domestic Dukhobors empire English erotic father February feel felt fiction Gandhian Gandhism Godse Gujarati happy Harilal Harilal Gandhi Henry Polak Hindu Hinduism Ibid idea Indian Opinion jail January Jinnah Kasturba kind Kreutzer Sonata Kshattriya later letter live London marriage married Mehtab ment modern moral Moscow mother Muslim Natasha Nehru never Noakhali nonviolence novel October Peace peasants period political Porbandar protest reader refused religion religious resistance revolutionaries Russian Sasha satyagraha Savarkar seems sense Sergei sexual Sonia South Africa spiritual story stoy struggle Tania things thought tion told Tolstoy and Gandhi Tolstoy wrote Tolstoy's Tolstoyan Transvaal truth Tsar village violence wanted wife writing Yasnaya Polyana