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       Leo Tolstoy was a Russian author, a master of realistic fiction and one of the world's greatest novelists. Tolstoy is best known for his two longest works, War and Peace and Anna Karenina, which are commonly regarded as among the finest novels ever written. War and Peace in particular seems virtually to define this form for many readers and critics. Among Tolstoy's shorter works, The Death of Ivan Ilyich is usually classed among the best examples of the novella. Especially during his last three decades Tolstoy also achieved world renown as a moral and religious teacher. His doctrine of nonresistance to evil had an important influence on Gandhi.



The Cossacks (1863)

War and Peace (1869)

Anna Karenina (1876)

What Men Live By (1885)

The Resurrection (1899)

The Living Corpse (1900)

Hadji Murad (1904)

Three Bears (1976)

The Fool (1980)

Inevitable Revolution (1981)

Martin the Cobbler (1982)

A Landowner's Morning (1990)

What Then Must We Do? (1991)

God Sees the Truth, But Waits (1992)

The Three Questions (1993)

Little Philip: A Russian Tale (1994)

The Gospel in Brief (1997)

Plentyndod (1997)

Shoemaker Martin (1999)

Philipok (2000)

The Law of Love and the Law of Violence (2001)

Ivan the Fool: A Lost Opportunity and Polikushka (2001)

Walk in the Light While There is Light (2001)

The Godson (2001)

The Fruits of Culture (2002)

The Kingdom of God Is Within You (2003)


The Raid (1853)

The Sebastopol Sketches (1856)

The Death of Ivan Ilych (1886)

How Much Land Does a Man Need? (1886)

The Devil (1890)

The Kreutzer Sonata (1890)

Master and Man (1895)

Father Sergius (1898)

The Cossacks, Sevastopol, the Invaders, and Other Stories (1899)

Snowstorm, Domestic Happiness, Miscellany (1905)

Short Novels (1946)

Quintet (1956) (with Guy de Maupassant, Aldous Huxley, William Saroyan and Richard Wright)

Complete Works of Count Tolstoy (1970)

Esarhaddon (1970)

Fables and Fairy Tales (1972)

Russian Proprietor (1977)

Stories for Children (1977)

Stickit Minister and Some Common Men (1978)

The Portable Tolstoy (1978)

Nursing Stories (1979) (with Monica Dickens, Richard Gordon, Ernest Hemingway, P D James, Rudyard Kipling and Edgar Allan Poe)

Tales of Sevastopol (1983)

A Prisoner in the Caucasus (1984)

The Forged Coupon (1985)

Tales of Courage and Conflict (1985)

Varya and Her Greenfinch (1986)

Where Love Is, There Is God Also (1987)

The Lion and the Puppy (1988)

Plays: 1856-86 (1994)

Divine and Human (2000)

Short Stories (2001)

The Collected Shorter Fiction (2001)

Tales of Evil and Good (2001)

The Long Exile (2001)

Leo Tolstoy Collected Short Stories (2001)

Moscow Acquaintance, the Snow-storm and Other Stories (2002)

The Invaders (2002)

Great Short Works of Leo Tolstoy (2004)

What Men Live By and Other Tales (2004)

Non fiction

Childhood (1852)

Boyhood (1854)

Youth (1857)

Confession (1882)

What I Believe (1885)

What Is Art? (1898)

Essays and Letters (1909)

Pathway of Life (1919)

Tolstoy Literary Fragments, Letters and Reminiscence (1931)

Letters: 1828-1910 (1978)

Last Diaries (1979)

A Reconstruction of Tolstoy's Theory of Art (1982)

Childhood, Adolescence, Youth (1983)

Diaries, 1847-1910 (1985)

The Little Gospel (1987)

Writings on Civil Disobedience and Nonviolence (1987)

What Is Art: What Is Religion (1988)

I Cannot Be Silent (1989)

Childhood, Boyhood and Youth (1991)

The Gospel According to Tolstoy (1992)

My Confession (1995)

The Sayings of Tolstoy (1995)

A Calendar of Wisdom (1997)

Walk in the Light (1999)

In My Own Words (1999)

The Wisdom of Humankind (1999)

Tolstoy As Teacher (2000)

Pedagogical Articles (2002)

The Wisdom of Leo Tolstoy (2002)

Shakespeare (2002)

Christianity and Patriotism (2002)

Short stories

The Long Exile [short story]

The Three Hermits

Family Happiness (1859)

The Porcelain Doll (1863)

The Death of Ivan Ilych [short story] (1886)

The Kreutzer Sonata [short story] (1889)

Master and Man [short story] (1895)

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