Childhood, Boyhood, Youth (Classic Reprint)
Fb&c Limited, Jan 6, 2017 - 646 pages
Excerpt from Childhood, Boyhood, Youth
In 1837 the Tolstoi family, which had lived without inter mission in the country, went to Moscow, as the eldest son was about to enter the university. The children's tutors at that time werera German named Fedor Ivanovitch Rossel, and, after their removal to Moscow, a Frenchman named Prosper saint-thomas. They seem to be the persons de scribed in these Memoirs.
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