This category lists pages and sites about the life and works of Russian author Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910). Tolstoy is best known for novels such as Anna Karenina and short stories such as "How Much Land does a Man Need."
Anarchist Archives: Leo Tolstoy
Bibliography, portraits, some of his nonfiction works, commentary on his politics, links.
Internet Archive: Tolstoy and His Problems
1902 collection of essays by Aylmer Maude.
Introduction to Tolstoy's Writings
Analysis of the author's works in twelve chapters. By Ernest J. Simmons.
The Last Days of Leo Tolstoy
A fascinating, intimate and little-known account by Vladimir Chertkov, of Leo Tolstoy's brief flight from Yasnaya Polyana and his final departure from temporal existence.
Lengthy biographical article on the Russian novelist, from the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica. Some scanner errors.
Wikipedia: Leo Tolstoy
Illustrated biography, with links to related topics.
A picture tour through Tolstoy's home.
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