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Leo Tolstoy bibliography Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leo_Tolstoy_bibliography

Leo Tolstoy
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Leo Tolstoy in his later years; early-20th century
References and footnotes

This is a list of works by Russian writer Leo Tolstoy (1828–1910), including his novels, novellas, short stories, fables and parables, plays, and nonfiction.

Prose Fiction[edit]

Novels[edit]

Novellas[edit]

Short stories[edit]

Fables and parables[edit]

Collections[edit]

Unfinished[edit]

  • The Decembrists (Декабристы, written 1860-1863, published 1884)[d]
  • Peter the First (written 1870-1879, published 1936)
  • Prince Fyodor Shchetinin (written 1877-1878, published 1935)
  • Hundred Years (written 1877-1879)

Plays[edit]

Non-fiction[edit]

Philosophical works[edit]

Available in English[edit]

Untranslated[edit]

  • The Great Sin (Великий грех, 1905)
  • Do Not Kill (1906)
  • Love Each Other (1906)
  • An Appeal to Youth (1907)
  • The Only Command (1909)
  • Reason and Religion (1894)
  • Religion and Morality (1894)
  • Non-Resistance: letter to Ernest H. Crosby (1896)
  • How to Read the Gospels (1896)
  • The Deception of the Church (1896)
  • Christian Teaching (1898)
  • On Suicide (1900)
  • Reply to the Holy Synod (1901)
  • The Only Way (1901)
  • On Religious Toleration (1901)
  • О половом вопросе [O polovom voprose] (“On the Sexual Question”; compilation by Vladimir Chertkov; 1901)
  • What Is Religion and What is its Essence? (1902)
  • To the Orthodox Clergy (1903)
  • A Criticism of Dogmatic Theology (1880) – Volume 2 of an untitled four-part work
  • The Four Gospel Unified and Translated (1881) – Volume 3 of an untitled four-part work

Works on art and literature[edit]

  • The Works of Guy de Maupassant (1894)
  • What Is Art? (1897)
  • Shakespeare and the Drama (1909)

Articles, publicism[edit]

  • Meaningless aspirations (Бессмысленные мечтания [Bessmyslennye mechtaniya], 1895)
  • I can't be silent (Не могу молчать [Ne mogu molchat'], 1908)

Pedagogical works[edit]

  • Articles from Tolstoy's journal on education, Yasnaya Polyana (1861–1862)
  • A Primer (1872)
  • On Popular Instruction (1874)
  • A New Primer (1875)

References[edit]

  1. ^ A letter written with his wife to his wife's younger sister that is treated by critics as a short story.
  2. ^ An alteration of Guy de Maupassant's "Port".
  3. ^ A non-fictional sketch.
  4. ^ Planned but abandoned sequel to War and Peace.
  1. ^ "Translator's Note from "The Gospel in Brief" published by T.Y. Crowell". 2001-03-10. Retrieved 2013-12-31.
  2. ^ "On Life". Northwestern University Press. Northwestern University Press. n.d. Retrieved 5 November 2021. This critical edition is the first accurate translation of this unsung classic of Russian thought into English, based on a study of manuscript pages of Tolstoy's drafts, and the first scholarly edition of this work in any language.

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