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

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SUBJECT INDEX
No attempt has been made to "index the indexes" of the 2, 000+ sources that have been listed but rather to group all broad studies under various general subject headings, and to list the principal focus of all other sources.
The following works are sufficiently comprehensive to be considered as sources for virtually all major subjects listed in the index: 1-3, 7, 9, 12-15, 26, 129, 130, 179-182, 188, 191, 193, 196, 197, 199-201, 204, 205, 222.
Addams, J.2024
After the Tsar's Coronation 1714
Albert1138
Alexander III1140
America461, 1139, 1996, 1999, 2018, 2023-24, 2029; Also see: Addams, J.; Bryan, W.; George, H.; Howells, W.; Influence; Roosevelt, T.; Whitman, W.
Andreyev, L.1850, 1890
Anna Karenina
general 474, 495, 512, 613, 637, 644-646, 666, 720, 722, 1230, 1271
"Anna" 471, 625, 641, 647, 651, 658, 660, 663, 665, 701, 706- 709, 712, 725, 731, 732, 737, 750
autobiographical elements 4, 501, 666
ballet version 721
chance in 703
characterization 624, 643, 644, 657
comparisons 5, 621
composition 458, 532, 611, 617, 622, 630, 632, 639, 642, 647, 653-657, 660, 711, 712, 728, 736, 739, 751
detail in 454
epic 615, 618
epigraph 85, 631, 638, 702
existentialism 663
family ideal 734
Frou-Frou 738
genre 629; see epic
guilt 628
historical context 624, 697
imagery 729
impact of 646, 661, 724
influences on 630, 715, 716
introductions to 667-683, 2038
"Karenin" 624
"Levin" 627, 641, 647, 649, 654, 660, 694, 698
love/marriage 605, 623
meaning of 631, 633, 638, 651, 659, 719, 739
metaphors 749
morality 659, 735
narrative 705
parallels in 506
passage of time 699
philosophy 664, 693; see

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