BIBLIOGRAPHY
THIS includes only those sources found to be of greatest value in preparing this study, or that deal specifically with Tolstoy's attitude toward Asia. In particular, it does not include the publications which Tolstoy himself read on China (for which see Appendix B), or his own writings and sponsored publications on China (for which see beginning of ch. 3). For a much more detailed bibliography on Tolstoy in general, see Ernest J. Simmons, Leo Tolstoy (item 5 below).
ABBREVIATIONS
Biryukov P. I. Biryukov, Tolstoi und der Orient (item 6
below)
Gusev N. N. Gusev, Letopis zhizni i tvorchestva L. N.
Tolstovo
(item 4 below)
JEJubilee Edition of Tolstoy's works (item I below)
Stasov Lyov Tolstoi i V. V. Stasov. Perepiska, 1878-1906,
edited by V. D. Komarova and B. L. Modzalev­ ski (item 3 below)
W Complete Works of Count Tolstoy, translated and
edited by Leo Wiener (item 2 below)

WORKS AND CORRESPONDENCE OF TOLSTOY
Tolstoy, L. N., Polnoye sobraniye sochineni (Complete Collection of Works), V. G. Chertkov, general editor, Yubileinoye Izdaniye ( Jubilee Edition), Moscow-Leningrad, 1928-

[Abbreviated as JE. This definitive edition contains a wealth of hitherto unpublished material, accompanied by detailed notes, and is by far the most important source used for the present study. Of the approximately 95 vols. planned for eventual publication, 39 have already appeared (vols. 1-13, 17-20, 25-27, 32-33, 36, 38, 43-44, 46-47, 54-56, 58-59, 63, 72, 83, 85-87). Though future volumes will no doubt broaden our knowledge of Tolstoy's attitude toward China, they will probably not markedly change its major outlines. This is because it is precisely the volumes that have already appeared that contain the largest proportion of Tolstoy's hitherto unpublished writings (diaries, notebooks, letters, etc.) in which

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The History of Ideas Series ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Chapter I- China, the West, and Tolstoy 3
  • Chapter II- Tolstoy''s Readings on China 11
  • Chapter III- Tolstoy''s Writings and Publications on China 30
  • Chapter IV- Tolstoy''s Contacts with Chinese 47
  • Chapter V- The Meaning of China to Tolstoy 59
  • Chapter VI- The Question of Chinese Influence 75
  • Appendix A 91
  • Appendix B- List of Works on China Read by Tolstoy 95
  • Bibliography 103
  • Index 107
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