Tolstoy


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Russian author remembered for two great novels (1828-1910)

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the last station (15) HHHH Cast: James McAvoy, Helen Mirren, Christopher Plummer, Paul Giamatti Plot: Leo Tolstoy (Plummer), the Russian author of War & Peace, was at least as famous as, say, Michael Jackson 100 years ago.
Surrounded by sycophants, his new-religion mixture of pacifism and commune living has turned Tolstoy into an early 20th century celebrity advocate of non-materialism, vegetarianism and even celibacy.
Those of a squeamish nature might like to have a cushion handy as Tolstoy also tries her hand at artificially inseminating a mare at a specialist centre.
Tolstoy's art education at first gave no inkling of what was to become an impassioned identification with the Islamic cultural heritage.
Leo Tolstoy's 151 year old novel War and Peace is trending on social media India today.
Anna Karenina play, based on thenovel with the same name of Russian writer Leo Tolstoy will be staged in Baku.
190 years ago, great Russian master of letters and words Leo Tolstoy was born on September 9, 1828 in Tula Province, Russia.
Anna Karenina and Others: Tolstoy's Labyrinth of Plots
A 1967 Soviet drama film directed by Alexandr Zarkhi, based on the novel of the same name by Leo Tolstoy. The Cast comprised of Tatiana Samoilova and Vasili Lanovoy.
TOLSTOY'S War and Peace continues to romp across our television screens on Sunday evenings.
Tolstoy enthusiasts will be pleased to find some of the writer's deepest, most compelling passages in one volume.
IT IS 1910 Russia a Bulgakov, the new secretary to Leo Tolstoy, arrives at twriter's estate - thbattleground for a public war in The LStation (BBC2, ton 11pm).
Famed Russian writer Leo Tolstoy wrestles with questions of aging and mortality in this lesser-known novel.