The Greatest Short Stories of Leo Tolstoy: Collectable Edition – A Masterful Collection of Short Stories | Classic Literature | Short Story Collection | Russian Author | Tolstoy’s Best Works | Poignant Tales of Human Nature, Morality, and Love Spiral-Bound | January 2, 2019

Leo Tolstoy

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Immerse yourself in the brilliance of Leo Tolstoy’s storytelling with “The Greatest Short Stories of Leo Tolstoy.” This remarkable collection brings together his finest works, showcasing his profound understanding of human nature and delivering captivating narratives that will leave you mesmerized.

  • A curated compilation of Leo Tolstoy’s most exceptional short stories
  • Probing exploration of morality, love, and the human condition
  • Compelling characters and intricate plotlines
  • Thought-provoking themes that resonate across time
  • An essential addition to any literature enthusiast’s library.


Publisher: Independent Publishers Group
Original Binding: Trade Paperback
Pages: 640 pages
ISBN-10: 9388810449
Item Weight: 0.8 lbs
Dimensions: 7.7 x 1.5 x 5.0 inches
Customer Reviews: 4 out of 5 stars 1,001 to 10,000 ratings

Born in Russia in 1828, Leo Tolstoy grew up to become a novelist, short story writer, essayist, playwright and philosopher. A master of realistic fiction he had little interest in academics when he was young. In 1851 he enlisted himself in the Russian army and served in the Crimean War (1854-1856). He records his experience in Sevastopol Stories (1855). Tolstoy produced an autobiographical novel, Childhood (1852), followed by Boyhood (1854) and Youth (1857) which earned him literary acclaim. War and Peace (1865-1869) and Anna Karenina (1875-1877) remain two of his greatest novels. In his short autobiographical story, A Confession (1882), Tolstoy reflects on his mid-life existential crisis. The Death of Ivan Ilyich (1886) and What Is It To Be Done led to his excommunication from the Russian Orthodox Church in 1901 for a radical anarcho-pacifist Christian philosophy. The Kingdom of God Is Within You expresses his ideas on non-violent resistance. In the last few days of his life, while his health was deteriorating, he separated from his wife and left home. He died of pneumonia at a train station in 1910, at the age of 82.