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

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The Bibliography

Section I
BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION FROM FAMILY, FRIENDS, ACQUAINTANCES, AND VISITORS

BOOKS
1 Behrs Stepan A. Recollections of Count Leo Tolstoy Together with a Letter to the Women of France on "The Kreutzer Sonata." Trans. by Charles Turner. London: Heinemann, 1896; 235p. A brief biography of Tolstoy precedes an account, by his brother-in-law, of family life up to the date of Tolstoy's spiritual awakening. His philosophy is restated with attention given to how it radically affected his personality and, consequently, his family relations. The continued devotion of the family to him is noted, though some of its members, particularly his wife, disagreed with much of his philosophy,
2 Biriukov Paul. Leo Tolstoy; His Life and Work. New York: Scribner's, 1906; 370p., illus. As volume 1 of the four- volume Russian-language biography of Tolstoy, by a close friend, his life is discussed only up to the date of his marriage. Based on much primary information, including the personal cooperation of Tolstoy, the study presents a thoroughly documented, very positive account of the principal events and individuals that shaped his life, philosophy, and work. Reviewed in:
Academy, 70 ( 26 May 1906), 498.
Athenaeum, 2 ( 18 Aug. 1906), 178.
Critic, 49 ( Aug. 1906), 188.
Dial, 41 ( 1 Aug. 1906), 59, by Annie R. Marble.
Forum, 38 ( July 1906), 97, by William T. Brewster.
Independent, 61 ( 15 Nov. 1906), 1163.
Lit D, 33 ( 15 Sept. 1906), 357.
Nation, 83 ( 19 July 1906), 60.
N Y Times, 11 ( 9 June 1906), 368.
N Y Times, 11 ( 1 Dec. 1906), 800.
Putnam's M, 1 ( Oct. 1906), 110.
RRs, 34 ( July 1906), 124.
3 Biriukov Paul. The Life of Tolstoy. London: Cassell, 1911; xii, 168p., illus. A condensation of the four-volume Russian language biography by Tolstoy's close friend. Tolstoy's life

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