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Nekhludoff had become so obsessed with the ‘social mirrors’ that, even when he started to act for Maslova, he kept asking himself if he was really doing all that for his conscience, or to look good in the eyes of others.

He’s guilty in the way he has lived and strives to make the world a better place by changing society however he can. She realises how she was wronged.

Invierea de Lev Tolstoi

She changes, to live up to their eyes, because she feels they care for her. A later Novel for Tolstoy written in under the leadership of Tsar Nicholas II and an empire repressing political opposition in the centre and on the far left.

Of course not, invjerea human nature makes it impossible, no matter how much we’d like, to listen without suspicion thereafter. Rather than reforming the legal and penal system, it should be done away with.

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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 his younger days. Return to Book Page. And now if he gathers a few sticks from that stolen land to light his fire we clap him in gaol toltoi tell him he’s a thief.


Then years later he served on the jury at her trial.

Secondly he should not commit adultery nor enjoy in the beauty of woman. He was on a mission with this book, and it’s pretty apparent in the writing, particularly in the last pages or so. To be more precise, the fight between materialistic and spiritual aspect of a human being is often the main topic of this novel. I wanted to know what happened with the characters, but tolatoi of a proper ending, we got an interpretation of the Bible. Published February 1st by Tosltoi Books first published These parts I appreciated while they lasted, but then the book falls back again into a lecture of sorts.

Reflecting on my unvierea experiences, no matter how great the author, if she or he sets out to make a point or send a message, the point overshadows the story. Open Preview See a Problem? Criminals should be forgiven no matter what they did 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.

Using a vast array of deeply drawn characters we get a panoramic view of Russian life, from pheasants, convicts and aristocrats, to wealthy politicians, prison guards and lawyers both defending and prosecuting.

View all 10 comments. The book is clearly written as invierda polemic! Sep 21, Pavel rated it it was amazing. Humanity existed only because of love and not hatred. Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy Russian: The grimness of life for the peasantry in Russia in the early decades of the s.

Yet she refuses to live with him even when the term of punishment is reduced due to his efforts. I honestly right now can not even attempt to state his main point, but I can say that it is the ultimate humanitarian view and exemplifies the spiritual man.


Cuando Tolstoi narra lo que sucede en las distintas prisiones encuentra dentro de ella presos de todas las clases, tanto hombres como mujeres: Zanimljivi su i sami revolucionari.

Like all other humans, he was not perfect. The message Tolstoy gives is very valuable even in these present day circumstances. The ending did disappoint me a little, I have to admit that. For the first time in his life the rose-tinted glasses have come off and he’s aware of the social changes that needed to be made, and he absolutely became a mouthpiece for Tolstoy’s personal opinions on how the incarcerated are treated.

Many consider Tolstoy to have been one of the world’s greatest novelists. Knowing that Tolstoy at midlife transformed himself from a dissipate aristocrat into a peniten So what is this book, Tolstoy’s last novel published inabout? To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Even going to Siberia He feels that the people who preach morality and righteousness are really evil. I would say that at times the novel definitely suffered for it. View all 11 comments. This surprises us only because the circle, the atmosphere in which these people live, is limited, and we are outside it.