Leo Tolstoy, an Annotated Bibliography of English Language Sources to 1978

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INTRODUCTION

Purpose
The purpose of this bibliography is to provide a modern central listing of English language publications about Leo Tolstoy. Since serious research on Tolstoy must begin with the many Russian language critical studies of Tolstoy as well as with his own formal writings, diaries and correspondences, this bibliography is primarily directed at those who are unable to read Russian or who are interested in Tolstoy as he has been portrayed by Western analysts. For such individuals, this annotated, categorized, indexed and cross- referenced list should be of considerable value.
Scope
Included through 1977 are:
books: annotated
essays: annotated
chapters from general studies: annotated
periodical articles: annotated when obscured by title or when part of an anthology
introductions and prefaces to Tolstoy's works
reviews of Tolstoy's works and of monographs about him (a selection)
sermons and lectures
study guides to Tolstoy's major works
doctoral dissertations
Not included are:
newspaper articles (except for reviews)
letters to Tolstoy
works which mention Tolstoy but have no formal section on him (a few exceptions)
reviews of stagings of his dramas (a few exceptions)
masters theses

Annotations

The annotations are designed to establish the scope of a source

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