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The Kreutzer Sonata - Leo Tolstoy
The Kreutzer Sonata
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A new play about death, desire, and Beethoven.
A new play about death, desire, and Beethoven.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781600964343 (1600964346)
Publisher: Waking Lion Press
Pages no: 188
Edition language: English
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PSR's Book Blog
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4.0 The Kreutzer Sonata
Well, what a strange little book this turned out to be from the master. Is it a good read? Yes, it is. Structured around a series of short chapters and incidents, it's just right for the shot-away modern attention span (surely, the novella is the perfect form for our age?) You know what's coming, al...
Brain Gourmet
Brain Gourmet rated it
4.0 The Kreutzer Sonata
You know how, when you are fond of someone, you always find a way to defend their reasoning, however weird or distorted it might appear. Well, I have this same issue with Tolstoy.He lived in a society in which sex, marriage and children were interlinked, and love was just a bonus. Nowadays, we like ...
La Mala *the mean girl*
La Mala *the mean girl* rated it
0.0 The Kreutzer Sonata
No-recomendado por LauPropósitos de este desafío:Leer de principio a fin libros considerados "malos". Mi intención es encontrar al menos UNA cualidad buena en ellos y reseñarlos objetivamente siguiendo 20 puntos a desarrollar brevemente. (Los puntos varían según el género del que se trate.)Si tienen...
Julian Meynell's Books
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3.0 Tolstoy's The Kreutzer Sonata
The Kreutzer Sonata is a novella by Tolstoy. The book is about a jealous husband who overwhelmed by passions kills his wife. The book is told from the perspective of that husband who also describes to a stranger on a railway carriage his theory of where the sexual passions should place in a happy ...
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2.5 Review of the Kreutzer Sonata by Leo Tolstoy
This was a short, depressing story about a man trying to explain why it was ok that he had killed his wife. He basically tells his story to a stranger sitting on a train and explains his thoughts on things like love is not something real and not a part of marriage, women are bad, children are probl...
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