Embark on a thought-provoking journey with Leo Tolstoy Selected Essays, meticulously translated by Almere Maude and introduced by Ernest J. Simmons. This 1964 Modern Library edition, encompassed in a dust jacket, serves as a portal to the deep philosophical musings and keen observations of Leo Tolstoy. Through each essay, readers are invited to navigate the landscapes of human existence, societal norms, and moral discourse, all under the discerning eye and eloquent expression of Tolstoy.
The book has a personal touch from a previous owner, evident in the underlined passages and the name written on the inside page. These markings are more than mere annotations; they stand as a testament to the enduring impact and relevance of Tolstoy's insights, transcending through time and individual experiences.
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Leo Tolstoy Selected Essays invites you into a realm of intellectual exploration, offering not just a book but a conversation with one of the most revered minds in literary history.
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