Reading List for War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy

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A Reading List or Bibliography of Further Reading on War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy

Bayley, John. Tolstoy and the Novel, (New York: Viking, 1966)

Benson, Ruth G., Women in Tolstoy: The Ideal and the Erotic (1973)

Berlin, Isaiah. The Hedgehog and the Fox: An Essay on Tolstoy’s View of History, (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1953)

Bidney, Martin. “Water, Movement, Roundness: The Epiphanic Pattern in Tolstoy’s War and Peace.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language 23 ( 1981)

Bodde, Derk, Tolstoy and China (1950, reprinted 1967)

Cain, Thomas G.S., Tolstoy (1977)

Carden, Patricia. “Career in War and Peace.” Ulbandus Review 2, no. 2 ( Fall 1982): 23-38

Christian, R. F. Tolstoy: A Critical Edition, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1969)

Christian, Reginald F., Tolstoy’s “War and Peace” (1962)

Cook, Albert. “The Moral Vision.” In The Meaning of Fiction, (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1960)

Crankshaw, Edward. Tolstoy: The Making of a Novelist, (New York: Viking, 1974)

Craufurd, Alexander H.G., The Religion and Ethics of Tolstoy (1912)

Davis, Helen E., Tolstoy and Nietzsche (1929, reprinted 1971)

Dukas, Vytas and Glenn A. Sandstrom. “Taostic Patterns in War and Peace.” Slavic and East European Journal 14 ( 1970): 182-93

Egan, David R. And Egan, Melinda A., Leo Tolstoy: An Annotated Bibliography of English-Language Sources to 1978 (1979)

Emerson, Caryl. 1985. “The Tolstoy Connection in Bakhtin”, in PMLA, Vol 100, No 1, pp. 69-71. Modern Language Association

Farrell, James T. Literature and Morality, (New York: Vanguard, 1947)

Feuer, Kathryn B. Tolstoy and the Genesis of War and Peace, Cornell University Press, 1996 (First Edition)

Figes O (November 22, 2007). “Tolstoy’s Real Hero”. The New York Review of Books, Volume 54, Number 18

Gibian, George. Tolstoy and Shakespeare, (The Hague: Mouton, 1957)

Greenwood, E. B. “Tolstoy’s Poetic Realism in War and Peace.” Critical Quarterly 2 ( 1969): 219-33

Greenwood, Edward B., Tolstoy: The Comprehensive Vision (1975)

Gunn, Elizabeth. A Daring Coiffure, (London: Chatto & Windus, 1971)

Jones, Malcolm (ed.), New Essays on Tolstoy (1978)

Knowles, A. V. “War over War and Peace: Prince Andrei Bolkonsky and Critical Literature of the 1860s and Early 1870s.” In New Essays on Tolstoy, edited by Malcolm V. Jones, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1978)

Lavrin, Janko, Tolstoy: A Psycho-Critical Study (1924; rev. as Tolstoy: An Approach,1944, reprinted 1968)

Lubbock, Percy. The Craft of Fiction, (New York: Peter Smith, 1947)

Lukács, George. “Tolstoy and the Development of Realism.” In Studies in European Realism, translated by Edith Bone, (London: Hillway, 1950)

MacMaster, Robert E. “No Peace without War: Tolstoy’s War and Peace as Cultural Criticism.” In American Contributions to the Eighth International Congress of Slavists, Zagreb and Ljublana, September 3-9, 1978, vol. 2, edited by Victor Terras, 438-84, (Columbus, Ohio: Slavica, 1978)

Mann, Thomas. Goethe and Tolstoy, (Aachen, W. Ger.: K. Spiertz, 1923)

Maude, Aylmer, Tolstoy and His Problems, 2nd ed. (1902, reprinted 1974)

Merezhkovski, Dmitri S., Tolstoi As Man and Artist (1902, reprinted 1970)

Noyes, George R. , Tolstoy (1918, reprinted 1968)

Redpath, Theodore, Tolstoy, 2nd ed. (1969)

Sampson, Ronald V., The Discovery of Peace (1973; U.K. title,Tolstoy: The Discovery of Peace)

Shestov, Lev, Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy and Nietzsche (1969)

Sorokin, Boris, Tolstoy in Prerevolutionary Russian Criticism (1979)

Speirs, Logan, Tolstoy and Chekhov (1971)

Spence, Gordon W., Tolstoy the Ascetic (1967)

Steiner, George, Tolstoy or Dostoevsky: An Essay in the Old Criticism (1959, reprinted 1971)

Tolstoy’s War and Peace: A Study, (Oxford: Clarendon, 1962)

Turner, Charles E., Count Tolstoi As Novelist and Thinker (1888, reprinted 1974)

Wasiolek, Edward, Tolstoy’s Major Fiction (1978)

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