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By Leo Tolstoy

ISBN-10: 8467009039

ISBN-13: 9788467009033

Entre los grandes escritores del siglo XIX, Lev Nicoláievich Tolstói (1828-1910) ha sido calificado como genio único, sin equivalente en ningún otro país. Hijo de un acaudalado terrateniente que le dejó una fortuna inmensa, se lanzó por l. a. vía de l. a. disipación hasta que su participación como oficial durante l. a. guerra de Crimea le hizo volverse hacia unos valores humanistas y continuar una vocación literaria en los angeles que ya se había iniciado antes de los angeles guerra. El cambio afectó a sus convicciones espirituales más íntimas y desembocaría, al ultimate de su vida, en una predicament ethical y religiosa que derivó hacia un cristianismo evangélico radical. Al comienzo de esta etapa escribe Ana Karenina, en l. a. que Tolstói refleja su visión de l. a. sociedad urbana, símbolo de los vicios y el pecado, en oposición a l. a. vida sana de l. a. naturaleza y del campo. De ese mundo necio y patológico de l. a. ciudad es víctima Ana Karenina, que se ha convertido en una figura clave de l. a. literatura common.

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50) . Whether Stevenson wrote in England, California, or Samoa, Scotland remained central to his fiction, not just in his great historical novels (most often set in the eighteenth-century Scotland of covenanters, clan chieftains, and Stuart loyalists), but also in jekyll and Hyde, ostensibly set in London but舒as the novelist G. K. Chesterton first commented舒owing a great deal to the Presbyterian Edinburgh of Stevenson舗s youth. Commenting on the paradoxical attraction of Puritanism to 舠repellent things舡 (Robert Louis Stevenson, p.

Stevenson had been fascinated by this character since childhood, when his nurse Alison Cunningham (known as 舠Cummy舡) told him stories about Brodie, who supposedly made the bookcase and chest of drawers in the child舗s bedroom. Deacon Brodie舒as the use of his professional title suggests舒is oppressed by his respectable station in life; he covers his nocturnal absences with the alibi of serious headaches to justify his locking himself into a darkened room, from which he escapes by a secret passage.

From 1884 to 1887 the family lived in Bournemouth, a resort on England舗s south coast. After his father舗s death in 1887, Stevenson and his mother, wife, and stepson moved to America. The author舗s vagabond spirit and quest for better health led the family on a South Seas voyage that would prove to be his greatest adventure; in 1888 they visited the islands of the Marquesas, Tahiti, and Hawaii. During the journey Stevenson suffered a lung hemorrhage, and the family settled in Samoa to attend to his failing health.

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