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Guerra e pace Il Romanzo Ha Per Sfondo Storico Gli Eventi Che Avevano Dominato I Primi Due Decenni Del Secolo XIX, Determinando La Penetrazione In Russia Delle Idee Della Rivoluzione Francese Si Intrecciano Le Vicende Di Due Famiglie Russe I Bolkonskij E I Rostov, Unificate Da Un Filo Conduttore Rappresentato Da Un Personaggio, Il Conte Pierre Bezuchov, Nel Quale Evidente La Personificazione Dell Alter Ego Dell Autore Attraverso La Grandiosa Rappresentazione Di Tali Vicende, Dosata Da Un Realismo Che Stabilisce Un Miracoloso Equilibrio Tra Il Mondo Psicologico Dei Personaggi E Quello Esteriore Dei Fatti Della Natura, Tolstoj Prosegue La Sua Ricerca Delle Ragioni E Dei Fini Della Vita, Ricerca Serena, Profonda E Soprattutto Vera.

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    So, I know you ve all been on edge these past two months, and since I should be studying for the social work licensing exam tonight, it seems like the perfect time to put an end to your suspense.After all my agonizing and the thoughtful suggestions below about whether I should mutilate my gorgeous hardcover Pevear and Volokhonsky translation in the interest of less hazardous subway toting Readers, I carried him All 1272 pages Every day, across five boroughs and three states, for nearly two So, I know you ve all been on edge these past two months, and since I should be studying for the social work licensing exam tonight, it seems like the perfect time to put an end to your suspense.After all my agonizing and the thoughtful suggestions below about whether I should mutilate my gorgeous hardcover Pevear and Volokhonsky translation in the interest of less hazardous subway toting Readers, I carried him All 1272 pages Every day, across five boroughs and three states, for nearly two months.So the burning question on your mind is, Should I risk misalignment and a redislocated shoulder in the interest of preserving a pristine edition that s inevitably going to get all banged up anyway, as I lug it across battlefields and through trenches, for what seems an eternity Which isimportant the book s spine, or my own Bookster, I am here to put an end to all...

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    When I was growing up, the conventional wisdom was that War and Peace was the sine qua non of difficult books the scope, the length, OMG the length Conquering this Everest was The Test of whether you were a Man Reader I have now read it Thump chest and make Tarzan yell Actually, you know chump, big deal The mountain really wasn t so large after all There are love affairs, there is a war, peace eventually returns to the Shire Russia Sorry, got confused there for a minute with Lord of the When I was growing up, the conventional wisdom was that War and Peace was the sine qua non of difficult books the scope, the length, OMG the length Conquering this Everest was The Test of whether you were a Man Reader I have now read it Thump chest and make Tarzan yell Actually, you know chump, big deal The mountain really wasn t so large after all There are love affairs, there is a war, peace eventua...

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    Before I turned the last page of this massive volume, which had been neglected in my bookshelves forthan six years, War and Peace was a pending task in my mental reading universe knowing it to be one of the greatest Russian or maybe simply one of the greatest novels of all times.Well, in fact, it was something else I have a selective memory, I don t know whether it comes as a blessing or as a curse, that enables me to remember the most insignificant details like for instance, where and wh Before I turned the last page of this massive vo...

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    Whatever else I am, I am the type of person who reads classic novels out of a sense of obligation Also, I must admit, out of a sense of vanity My ego, after all, is as fragile as a goldfish and requires the constant attention of a newborn baby Every once in awhile, it needs a little boost, and the intellectual challenge of Dostoevsky or Dickens can really work wonders Now, I ve been told that forcing myself to read books I don t necessarily like is a fruitless waste of time and that the rev Whatever else I am, I am the type of person who reads classic novels out of a sense of obligation Also, I must admit, out of a sense of vanity My ego, after all, is as fragile as a goldfish and requires the constant attention of a newborn baby Every once in awhile, it needs a little boost, and the intellectual challenge of Dostoevsky or Dickens can really work wonders Now, I ve been told that forcing myself to read books I don t necessarily like is a fruitless waste of time and that the reviews borne of these endeavors are a fruitless waste of others time That kind of criticism doesn t go far with me By my rough estimate, just about 99% of the things I do can be similarly classified as a waste of time, unless my endless games of Spider Solitaire, lik...

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    This is one of those books that can be life changing I read this as a teenager and I remember exactly where I was sitting on my bed, in my grandmother s house, in southern Germany when I finished it I must have spent an hour just staring out the window, in awe of the lives I d just led, the experiences I d just had I m now re reading this, enjoying it immensely and no doubt appreciating it muchthan I did the first time Tolstoy has the most amazing ability to make us feel, when he This is one of those books that can be life changing I read this as a teenager and I remember exactly where I was sitting on my bed, in my grandmother s house, in southern Germany when I finished it I must have spent an hour just staring out the window, in awe of the lives I d just led, the experiences I d just had I m now re reading this, enjoying it immensely and no doubt appreciating it muchthan I did the first time Tolstoy has the most amazing ability to make us feel, when he zooms out and examines historical events, that the individual is nothing and then when he zooms in and paints intimate portraits of his characters, that the individual is everything Breathtaking.By the way, I m reading the...

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    So I did it I finally convinced myself to read War and Peace, partly because it s just something everyone wants to say they ve done, and partly because one always needs a good excuse to procrastinate during the exam period when I should have been studying And, you know what, I really enjoyed most of it The novel is far less taxing than I imagined, I don t know if that s because the English translation goes easy on us non Russians or because Tolstoy wrote it in a...

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    Decemer 2017 update well, look at that this is still my favorite book.Original review Yeah, this is my new all time favorite book I can t even begin to write a review for it without falling apart into an emotional mess or fangirling over every character, so I ll just say that SOMEDAY I will write I skimmed War Peace in early high school but wasn t terribly interested because I felt like I was being told that I had to like it When people shove a classic book at me and start goi Decemer 2017 update well, look at that this is still my favorite book.Original review Yeah, this is my new all time favorite book I can t even begin to write a review for it without falling apart into an emotional mess or fangirling over every character, so I ll just say that SOMEDAY I will write I skimmed War Peace in early high school but wasn t terribly interested because I felt like I was...

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    LoveThat was the one thing I thought was missing from Leo Tolstoy s title,War and Peace I was wrong Love is in the title, you just have to look for it Certainly there is love in peace It is the time of children, serenity, growth The mother peacefully raising her children The farmer lovingly tending his fields The elderly passing their final days in comfort surrounded by family.But there is love in war as well The love for one s country Such is a person s violent attachment to their mo LoveThat was the one thing I thought was missing from Leo Tolstoy s title,War and Peace I was wrong Love is in the title, you just have to look for it Certainly there is love in peace It is the time of children, serenity, growth The mother peacefully raising her children The farmer lovingly tending his fields The elderly passing their final days in comfort surrounded by family.But there is love in war as well The love for one s country Such is a person s violent attachment to their motherland that they will die for it To give up your own life so another should live, that is love indeed What is this preoccupation with love Well, the Leo Tolstoy I ve read is incomplete without this aspect within his writing I knew this book would be about war, specifically Russia s involvement in the Napoleonic Wars, but I didn t right off see where the love would come in It arrived in spades There are peace loving ...

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    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC s Big Read Poll of 2003.I read this in tandem with the spectacular BBC adaptation and I will say now that this piece of literature has been heavily influenced by that wonderful piece of televisual art It just has It s the same story, just told a different way I will refrain from telling you to get over it.Now, the book It was written well, very well, in terms of all the stu...

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    It is difficult, in reviewing classics, to say things about them that have not been said before It is especially difficult when those classics are part of the literary canon and evendifficult when those classics are not mere novels, but purposeful epics It is in this light that reviewing Leo Tolstoy s War and Peace is a challenge The massive book ranging from 900 to 1,500 pages, depending upon the edition is a cornerstone of anyone s list of all time great literature Strangely, fe It is difficult, in reviewing classics, to say things about them that have not been said before It is especially difficult when those classics are part of the literary canon and evendifficult when those classics are not mere novels, but purposeful epics It is in this light that reviewing Leo Tolstoy s War and Peace is a challenge The massive book ranging from 900 to 1,500 pages, depending upon the edition is a cornerstone of anyone s list of all time great literature Strangely, few have actually read it and few reviewers of new editions dothan assess relative merits of the latest translation.Therefore the one thing the reader ought to know about the new translation of War and Peace from Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky is that it is worth reading, both in itself the book is a classic in any translation and in...

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