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INDEX

Tolstoy, Dmitri, 17
Death of, 106-7
Tolstoy, Leo—
Reception of his work in France, 6
Influence of Rousseau and Stendhal, 7
Organic unity of his life, 13
Ancestry and inheritances, 14-15
Childhood, 17-19
Student days, 23-5
Personal appearance (see Portraits), 25-6
Joins Army of Caucasus, 33
Religious experiences, 33-4
First literary work, 35
Effects of illness, 39
Early work, 41-5
Love of life, 46
Transferred to Crimea, 49
Narratives of Sebastopol, 52
Enters St. Petersburg literary society, 61
Quarrels with Tourgenev, 63
Travels in Europe, 64
Studies pedagogy, 66
Effect of his brother's death 70
Courtship, 75
Marriage, 76-83
War and Peace, 83-95
Anna Karenina, 99
Effect of Dmitri's death, 107
Suicidal tendencies, in
His "conversion," 115-16
Joins the Orthodox Church, 117
Tolstoy Leo (continued)
Leaves it, 117
Visits Moscow, 127
Commences to write on religious subjects, 136
Differences with Countess
Tolstoy, 136-7
Spiritual loneliness, 140
Attacks upon modern art and science, 145
His ignorance of art, 151
Ignorance of modern music, 152
Attack upon Shakespeare, 153-7
Religious and aesthetic ideals, 156-61
His fear of music, 178-80
Political ideals, 214
Religious ideals, 215-16
Old age, 219
Political hopes, 220
Loneliness, 228
Intends leaving his family, 229
Death, 234
Tolstoy, Nikolas, 17, 33, 69
Töppfer, influence of, 41
Tourgenev, 17, 61-3
Criticism of Tolstoy, 95, 140, 202
Turkey, war declared upon, 49
Two Hussars, The, 68

Volodya, see Kozeltoff
Vogüé, Melchior de, 140
Vronsky, 103-4