AK III - University Lecture Series The Thomas Jeferson Center For the Study oF Core Texts and Ideas presents Why Tolstoy\u2019s War Wri\u00b1ng Does Not Grow

AK III - University Lecture Series The Thomas Jeferson...

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University Lecture Series The Thomas Jefferson Center for the Study of Core Texts and Ideas presents: Why Tolstoy’s War Writing Does Not Grow Old Thu, February 28, 2013 • 4:00 PM • CLA 0.128 Donna Tussing Orwin , Professor and Chair, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Toronto
= LsOWGG2p1FQ Accident (footnote 32 on p. 822), “bad omen” (p.65) and occasion for charity
Oblonsky kids play with trains made out of boxes (while speaking English) on p. 8
1804 - First steam locomotive railway, in England (of course) 1837 - The first rail line in Russia connected Tsarskoye Selo and Saint Petersburg 1851 - Moscow – Saint Petersburg Railway 1875-1877 – serialization of Anna Karenina
Architecture Chs I – III Kitty’s lovesickness Chs IV – XI Chs XII – XV Levin (and Stiva) Anna Vrónsky Karénin
BB Kitty Kitty, Dolly, and her father know that Kitty is suffering from a broken heart. Is there a medical cure for a broken heart? Can doctors, even in this day, cure the physical and emotional distress? Should they load

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