6 edition of Tolstoy at Yasnaya Polyana & other poems found in the catalog.
Tolstoy at Yasnaya Polyana & other poems
|LC Classifications||PR9199.3.W58 T65 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||120 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||92195122|
Yasnaya Polyana, village and former estate of the Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy, in Tula oblast (region), west-central European Russia. It lies miles ( km) south of Moscow. Yasnaya Polyana (“Sunlit Meadows”) was acquired in by C.F. Volkonsky, Leo Tolstoy’s great grandfather. Leo Tolstoy. According to Tolstoy's wife Sonia, the idea for The Kreutzer Sonata () was given to Tolstoy by the actor V.N. Andreev-Burlak during his visit at Yasnaya Polyana in June In the spring of an amateur performance of Beethoven's Kreutzer Sonata took place in Tolstoy's home and it made the author return to an idea he had had in the s.
We took a risk and presented the Yasnaya Polyana Award in its more concentrated and pure form. I would like to thank Samsung for its consistent support of Russian literature and the Yasnaya Polyana Award,” — said Vladimir Tolstoy, Yasnaya Polyana Book Award jury chairman and adviser to the President of the Russian Federation on cultural issues. They learned the book was at Yasnaya Polyana, the late author's estate, which is four hours south of Moscow by train. On a partly cloudy day last August, the Felts traveled to Yasnaya Polyana, now a museum operated by the Tolstoy family.
Tolstoy's darkness of soul is here, too, in the shadows of Yasnaya Polyana. The house's most revealing room may be the bedroom of his wife, Sonya . On Aug Leo Tolstoy was born into a wealthy aristocratic family that resided at a country estate called Yasnaya Polyana, about miles south of Moscow. Death visited the Tolstoy family early. When Tolstoy was only two, his mother died while giving birth to her fifth child. And Tolstoy's.
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It is so well done, the author carried out extensive research at the Tolstoy State Museum, personally visited Yasnaya Polyana twice, and interviewed Tolstoy's grandaughter Mme. Vera Tolstoy, just to mention a few of her modes of inquiry.
The result is this wonderful panoramic survey that reads like a novel and is not intimidating in by: 1. Tolstoy at Yasnaya Polyana & other poems.
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Chute hasn't a single new idea about Tolstoy's philosophy or life or work, and yet the figure of the renegade count makes for a compelling story—the distinguishing feature of this book must be its 56 b&w photographs (a few seen).
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It's primarily comprised of Tolstoy's piece The School at Yasnaya Polyana with other, shorter essays included. I bought this book because I learned that my husband's great-grandfather was a teacher at this school and knew Tolstoy, so I thought it would be interesting to learn more about it/5.
On the th anniversary of the great novelist's death, James Meek visits Yasnaya Polyana, where Tolstoy wrote War and Peace and Anna Karenina 'The classical novel, the kind of book that Tolstoy Author: James Meek.
Walking in the grounds of Tolstoy’s country estate at Yasnaya Polyana, yellow birch leaves turning gently as they fall, is almost too much, particularly for an Author: Charlotte Mendelson.
Yasnaya Polyana, the home of Leo Tolstoy located in the Tula Region, about miles south of Moscow, attracted pilgrims even when the author was still alive.
A supporter of fancy inventions and. Tolstoy wrote this book as a philosophical and religious search for an understanding of life beyond scientific formulae, and as part of his search for human happiness.
Published by White Crow Books, ISBN Ch. 1: Life at Yasnaya Polyana A few days after the foregoing letter was written Leo Nikolaevitch left Yasnaya Polyana. At first sight it may seem that if he did well in remaining so long with his wife, he ought not to have abandoned her in the end; or, on the contrary, if he was right in going away, it was a mistake not to have done so sooner.
Tolstoy was of noble birth and was educated at Kazan University. He spent some time in the military, taking part in the Crimean War in He travelled to Germany and Switzerland in and, on his return, started a school at Yasnaya Polyana.
He married in and embarked on. Yasnaya Polyana (which means Beautiful Meadow in English) was where Tolstoy was born on Aug into the landowning gentry of pre-revolutionary Russia. It is more estate than house; a two-storied structure made of stone, conceived by Tolstoy’s grandfather, Count Volkonsky.
Count Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy, better known as Leo Tolstoy, is rightly regarded as one of the greatest writers in the history of literature and his masterpieces, War and Peace and Anna Karenina, are considered by many to be two of the most important novels ever written.
He was born in in Yasnaya, Polyana, in what was then the Russian. TOLSTOY AT YASNAYA POLYANA convenient, inhumanly mechanical. Herzen said how terrible Genghiz Khan would have been with a railway system. The railway deepens tyranny, brings death. One year I heard of Anna Pirogovo, a landowners mistress who threw herself under a train in erotic desperation.
I felt an appalling curiosity, saddled my horse. Yasnaya Polyana (Russian: Я́сная Поля́на, IPA: [ˈjasnəjə pɐˈlʲanə], literally: "Bright Glade") is a writer's house museum, the former home of the writer Leo Tolstoy.
It is 12 kilometres ( mi) southwest of Tula, Russia, and kilometres ( mi) from Moscow. Tolstoy was born in the house, where he wrote both War and Peace and Anna Karenina.
Born in at Yasnaya Polyana, a family estate, Tolstoy studied in Kazan, fought in the Caucasus, became the world’s most famous author and founded what amounted to a new religion.
The Ninth "Lev Tolstoy i mirovaia literatura [Lev Tolstoy and World Literature]" International Conference, organized by Galina Alekseeva of the Yasnaya Polyana Museum Estate and Donna Orwin of the University of Toronto, was held at Yasnaya Polyana on August Author: Chloe Kitzinger.
Tolstoy left the university in the middle of his studies, returned to Yasnaya Polyana and then spent much time in Moscow, Tula and Saint Petersburg, leading a lax and leisurely lifestyle.
He began writing during this period,  including his first novel Childhood, a fictitious account of his own youth, which was published in Spouse: Sophia Behrs (m. Yasnaya Polyana is Russian for ‘bright glade’, which in itself mirrors the location of the former residence – now museum estate – of Leo ed in a spacious park lined with birch trees, the home of Tolstoy has welcomed visitors since and is currently managed by Vladimir, Tolstoy’s : Anastasia Bow-Bertrand.
This self-portrait of Sophia Tolstoy, at Yasnaya Polyana in"is a metaphor for how she often understood her plight: She is alone, contained, isolated. In Count Leo Tolstoy established a school for peasant children at his country estate, Yasnaya Polyana (Clear Glades).
He also taught at the school, and wrote and published a .