Leo Tolstoy bibliography

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This is a list of works by Russian writer Leo Tolstoy (1828–1910), including his novels, short stories, plays and non-fiction.

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Fiction[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Childhood (Детство [Detstvo], 1852) – Volume 1 of 'Autobiographical Trilogy'
  • Boyhood (Отрочество [Otrochestvo], 1854) – Volume 2 of 'Autobiographical Trilogy'
  • Youth (Юность [Yunost'], 1856) – Volume 3 of 'Autobiographical Trilogy'
  • The Cossacks (Казаки [Kazaki], 1863)
  • War and Peace (Война и мир [Voyna i mir], 1869)
  • Anna Karenina (Анна Каренина [Anna Karenina], 1877)
  • Resurrection (Воскресение [Voskresenie], 1899)

Novellas[edit]

Short stories[edit]

Plays[edit]

Non-fiction[edit]

Philosophical works[edit]

  • A Confession (1879) – Volume 1 of an untitled four-part work[1]
  • A Criticism of Dogmatic Theology (1880) – Volume 2 of an untitled four-part work
  • The Gospel in Brief, or A Short Exposition of the Gospel (1881)
  • The Four Gospel Unified and Translated (1881) – Volume 3 of an untitled four-part work
  • Church and State (1882)
  • What I Believe (also called My Religion) (1884) – Volume 4 of an untitled four-part work
  • What Is to Be Done? (also translated as What Then Must We Do?) (1886)
  • On Life (1887)
  • The Love of God and of One's Neighbour (1889)
  • Supplementary essay for Timofei Bondarev's The Triumph of the Farmer or Industry and Parasitism (1888)
  • Why Do Men Intoxicate Themselves? (1890)
  • The First Step: on vegetarianism (1892)[2]
  • The Kingdom of God Is Within You (1893)
  • Non-Activity (1893)
  • The Meaning of Refusal of Military Service (1893)
  • Reason and Religion (1894)
  • Religion and Morality (1894)
  • Christianity and Patriotism (1894)
  • Non-Resistance: letter to Ernest H. Crospy (1896)
  • How to Read the Gospels (1896)
  • The Deception of the Church (1896)
  • Letter to the Liberals[3] (1898)
  • Christian Teaching (1898)
  • On Suicide (1900)
  • The Slavery of Our Times (1900)
  • Thou Shalt Not Kill (1900)
  • Reply to the Holy Synod (1901)
  • The Only Way (1901)
  • On Religious Toleration (1901)
  • What Is Religion and What is its Essence? (1902)
  • To the Orthodox Clergy (1903)
  • Thoughts of Wise Men (compilation; 1904)
  • The Only Need (1905)
  • The Grate Sin (1905)
  • A Cycle of Reading (compilation; 1906)
  • Do Not Kill (1906)
  • Love Each Other (1906)
  • An Appeal to Youth (1907)
  • The Law of Love and the Law of Violence (1908)[4]
  • The Only Command (1909)
  • A Calendar of Wisdom (Путь Жизни [Put' Zhizni]; compilation; 1909)

Works on art and literature[edit]

  • What Is Art? (1897)
  • Art and Not Art (1897)
  • Shakespeare and the Drama (1909)

Pedagogical works[edit]

  • Articles from Tolstoy's journal on education, "Yasnaya Polyana" (1861–1862)
  • A Primer (1872)
  • On Popular Instruction (1874)
  • A New Primer (1875)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Translator's Note from "The Gospel in Brief" published by T.Y. Crowell". Archive.org. 2001-03-10. Retrieved 2013-12-31. 
  2. ^ Tolstoy, Leo (1892). "The First Step". Retrieved 2016-05-21. ... if [a man] be really and seriously seeking to live a good life, the first thing from which he will abstain will always be the use of animal food, because ... its use is simply immoral, as it involves the performance of an act which is contrary to the moral feeling -- killing . Preface to the Russian translation of Howard William's The Ethics of Diet
  3. ^ "The Picket Line — "Letter to the Liberals" by Leo Tolstoy". Sniggle.net. 1903-10-19. Retrieved 2013-12-31. 
  4. ^ "The Law of Love and the Law of Violence, by Leo Tolstoy". Scribd.com. Retrieved 2013-12-31.