Annotated Bibliography

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Annotated Bibliography Curtis, James M. “The Function of Imagery in War and Peace”. Slavic Review 29 (1970): 460- 480. This is a different interpretation of Nicholas Rostóv’s change during the war. Curtis, writing about imagery in Tolstoy’s novel, talks about how, after the war, Nicholas is all about the hunt. In his second battle, when he was wounded, he seemed to be unaware of the “hunt”, and “runs ‘with the feeling of a rabbit running away from dogs” (464). After his war experiences, Nicholas becomes more aware; his eyes are always searching and he begins to do things without thinking. Dalgarno, Emily. “A British War and Peace? Virginia Woolf reads Tolstoy”. MFS Modern Fiction Studies 50 (2004): 129-150. Dalgarno discusses how Nicholas Rostóv, one of Tolstoy’s characters in his novel War and Peace , is forced to change throughout the book. He “evolves from a wildly patriotic man to a mature adult” at such a young age, as a result of the war (141). The author looks at how Rostóv’s view of fighting in a war
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This essay was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Sadler during the Fall '05 term at CofC.

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