Leo Tolstoy

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Noun1.Leo Tolstoy - Russian author remembered for two great novels (1828-1910)Leo Tolstoy - Russian author remembered for two great novels (1828-1910)
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Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Aug 29 (ANI): The Bombay High Court on Thursday said that during the trial of Bhima Koregaon violence case accused Vernon Gonsalves on Wednesday, it did not refer to the literary classic 'War and Peace' by Leo Tolstoy but a book called 'War and Peace in Junglemahal' by Biswajit Roy, a Kolkata-based journalist.
Leo Tolstoy's 151 year old novel War and Peace is trending on social media India today.
Anna Karenina play, based on thenovel with the same name of Russian writer Leo Tolstoy will be staged in Baku.
Adapted into a four-part mini-series by award-winning writer Allan Cubitt, Anna Karenina is based on the classic novel by Leo Tolstoy, about the passionate yet troubled affair between a a married aristocrat and an affluent count.
Elevated bridge road construction on Leo Tolstoy street of Bishkek will complete in 2019, said deputy mayor of Bishkek Bakyt Dyushembiyev.
190 years ago, great Russian master of letters and words Leo Tolstoy was born on September 9, 1828 in Tula Province, Russia.
Inspired by Leo Tolstoy's short story, 'God Sees the Truth But Waits,' it is about Horacia (Santos), a former schoolteacher who is released from prison after spending three decades in a correctional institution for a crime she didn't commit.
Knapp explores how Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910), responding to other texts, used the content and especially the multi-plot form of Anna Karenina to ask how lives connect, whether loving one's neighbor can ever be done, or whether--as Anna sees it in her most desperate moment--people are only thrown into the world to hate each other.
Adapted by Tom Stoppard from Leo Tolstoy's 1877 novel of the same name.
From Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodovar to authors James Joyce, Mary Shelley and Leo Tolstoy, it is a great alternative to pregnancy manuals for mums-to-be.
Filmed mainly in Lithuania, the six-episode "War and Peace" by Leo Tolstoy's novel drew massive attention in Great Britain, with the first episode viewed by an audience of 6.3 million people in January.
In this book, popular Russian writer and reporter Pavel Basinsky delves into the archives and presents his interpretation of the situation prior to Leo Tolstoy's mysterious disappearance.