Talk:Family Happiness

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Length?[edit]

The front page about this story I find a slight problem with. It said that Family Happiness ran for 100 pages. I have a copy of the same story in a book collection of several of Tolstoy's novellas, which I had to buy for a class project for psychology. My copy of Family Happiness only ran 66 pages. The book copy I have by Dover Publications is Leo Tolstoy: Family Happiness and Other Stories, Dover Thrift Editions. Copyright 2005 by Dover Publications, Inc. ESCStudent774441 (talk) 15:51, 28 March 2008 (UTC)

misquote?[edit]

isn't this a typo?

"what can more the heart of man desire?"

i would expect "what more can the heart of man desire?"