Resurrection



Resurrection Resurrection combines a love story with a ferocious attack on the Russian regime Prince Dmitry Nekhlyudov is a member of a jury trying Katiusha Maslova for murder Before long, though, he puts himself on trial and condemns all of upper class and official Russia Meanwhile, once convicted, Maslova evolves from prostitute to revolutionary In the stories of Maslova and other convicts, Leo Tolstoy depicts the hard lot of women and the disenfranchised in nineteenth century tsarist Russia. Read Resurrection by Leo Tolstoy – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 462 pages
  • Resurrection
  • Leo Tolstoy
  • English
  • 03 July 2017
  • 0760780838

10 thoughts on “Resurrection

  1. Steven Godin says:

    At half the size of War and Peace and two thirds the length of Anna Karenina Tolstoy s Resurrection is every bit as epic, and probably his most controversial novel that appears to have strong political and religious implications as the backbone to the story, and what a story A later Novel for Tolstoy written in 1899 under the leadership of Tsar Nicholas II and an empire repressing political opposition in the centre and on the far left Starting out as a courtroom drama we soon get drawn int At half the size of War and Peace and two thirds the length of Anna Karenina Tolstoy s Resurrection is every bit as epic, and probably his most controversial novel that appears to have strong political and religious implications as the backbone to the story, and what a story A later Novel for Tols...

  2. Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Voskreseniye Waskriesienie Resurrection, Leo Tolstoy Resurrection Russian , Voskreseniye , first published in 1899, was the last novel written by Leo Tolstoy The book is the last of his major long fiction works published in his lifetime Tolstoy intended the novel as an exposition of the injustice of man made laws and the hypocrisy of the institutionalized church The novel also explores the economic philosophy of Georgism, of which Tolstoy had become a very stron Voskreseniye Waskriesienie Resurrection, Leo Tolstoy Resurrection Russian , Voskr...

  3. Henry Avila says:

    What starts off as a seduction by a Russian nobleman of a orphan peasant girl , in the late 19th century during the Czarist era , will as pages turn and the flow of life advances into the unknown future , consequences follow, bad or good you the reader must decide Prince Dmitri Nekhlyudov, from Moscow, heir to vast estates is visiting two aunts of his Maria and Sophia, who worship him, in their home in the countryside, they are large landowners too Just nineteen, Dimitri is a student at the un What starts off as a seduction by a Russian nobleman of a orphan peasant girl , in the late 19th century during the Czarist era , will as pages turn and the flow of life advances into the unknown future , consequences follow, bad or good you the reader must decide Prince Dmitri Nekhlyudov, from Moscow, heir to vast estates is visiting two aunts of his Maria and Sophia, who worship him, in their home in the countryside, they...

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  5. MJ Nicholls says:

    Ignore the cynics Tolstoy s novel is a moralistic tale, yes, but the finest you are ever going to read Life changing.

  6. Corinne says:

    What moved me the most in this novel is how true is what Tolstoy says about the judicial system, even in our world of today And this is not just in France, but all over the world When I read those sections on judicial errors, imprisonment for lack of official papers, inhuman treatment of prisoners, and the fallacy of the correctional system , I really had the impression that very little has changed since his time.But, before I get carried out, here are somepoints that also moved me dee What moved me the most in this novel is how true is what Tolstoy says about the judicial system, even in our world of today And this is not just in France, but all over the world When I read those sections on judicial errors, imprisonment for lack of official papers, inhuman treatment of prisoners, and the fallacy of the correctional system , I really had the impression that very little has changed since his time.But, before I get carried out, here are somepoints that also moved me deeply, as I could relate to all them personally Nekhludoff s internal void, when he feels he has not really done anything useful so far, to give a meaning to his life Then he is called into the jury duty, where he sees how his former recklessness has ruined the life of a woman and her child And, he decides to act His transformation is not a linear process At every i...

  7. Luís C. says:

    Tolstoy is an outstanding writer, a philosopher and an excellent creator of the characters inhabiting the descriptions of their lives, depicting the pathetic situations prevailed in Russia in those days He introduced the moral values and the love of God in his epic Resurrection as the ultimate solution for the reforming of vice that had deep rooted in the people These preachings stand the times over It is said that Mahatma Gandhi was inspired by writings of Tolstoy.If you already read the nov Tolstoy is an outstanding writer, a philosopher and an excellent creator of the characters inhabiting the descriptions of their lives, depicting the pathetic situations prevailed in Russia in those days He introduced the moral values and the love of God in his epic Resurrection as the ultimate solution for the reforming of vice that had deep rooted in the people These preachings stand the times over It is said that Mahatma Gandhi was inspired by writings of Tolstoy.If you already read the novel, you cannot forget the characters Katyusha Maslova and Nekhlyudov.Katyusha was born to a poor unmarried lady working in a dairy farm In those days these maids, if they conceive, used to leave the new born babies to starve and die But this baby was taken up by two maiden ladies, owners of a dairy farm, when one of them happened to see her Katyusha Maslova, actually named as Kate...

  8. Fernando says:

    Resurrecci n es la ltima novela que escribi Tolstoi en 1899 y la tercera m s extensa despu s de sus obras magnas, Guerra y Paz y Anna Karenina Siempre la literatura rusa ha sido una de mis preferidas y sigue siendo Fi dor Dostoievski, de quien le toda su obra uno de mis escritores predilectos Agrego tambi n a esta lista de escritores eslavos...

  9. Pavel says:

    I have NO idea why this book is less popular then War and Peace or Anna Karenina Zero ideas Look at goodreaders AK 25,866 ratings, WaP 11,258 ratings, Resurrection 691 ratings This is so unfair I would never risk to write an actual review on this text, but reading i...

  10. El says:

    Dear Tolstoy I heart you.Love,El.______________________I had some reservations about reading this book because I knew going into it that it was the last novel he wrote, and I know that in his later years he became especially religious and it showed in his writing, and jeez, do we really needof that sort of preachiness Apparently we do Resurrection isn t as popular as Tolstoy s other two major novels, Anna Karenina and War and Peace, nor is it as long as those others Apparently when it was Dear Tolstoy I heart you.Love,El.______________________I had some reservations about reading this book because I knew going into it that it was the last novel he wrote, and I know that in his later years he became especially religious and it showed in his writing, and jeez, do we really needof that sort of preachiness Apparently we do Resurrection isn t as popular as Tolstoy s other two major novels, Anna Karenina and War and Peace, nor is it as long as those others Apparently when it was first published, however, it outsold both Anna Karenina and War and Peace before its popularity waned over the years I ll agree that it s not as broad in scope or vision, but the story itself still managed to intrigue me.When Prince Nekhlyudov is called to serve on a jury, he realizes that one of the accused is Katusha Maslova, a woman he recognizes from h...

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