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Twenty-Three Tales

By Maude, A.

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Title: Twenty-Three Tales  
Author: Maude, A.
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Language: English
Subject: Religion, Christian literature, Christian theology
Collections: Christian Classics Ethereal Library
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Publisher: Christian Classics Ethereal Library

Excerpt
Excerpt: Preface; THIS volume is divided into seven parts. First we have Tales for Children, published about the year 1872, and reminding us of the time when Tolstoy was absorbed in efforts to educate the peasant children. This section of the book contains the two stories which of all that he has written Tolstoy likes best. In What is Art? he claims no place among examples of good art for any of his own productions 'except for the story God sees the Truth, but Waits, which seeks a place in the first class (religious art), and A Prisoner in the Caucasus, which belongs to the second (universal art).' In the first of these the subject (a favourite one with Tolstoy) is the forgiveness of injuries. The second deals with the simplest feelings common to all men: fear and courage, pity, endurance, &c.' expressed with that individuality, clearness, and sincerity, which Tolstoy says are the signs of true art.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Preface -- Part I: Tales For Children: Published About 1872. -- 1. God Sees The Truth, But Waits -- 2. A Prisoner In The Caucasus -- 3. The Bear-Hunt -- Part Ii: Popular Stories. -- 4. What Men Live By (1881) -- 5. A Spark Neglected Burns The House (1885) -- 6. Two Old Men (1885) -- 7. Where Love Is, God Is (1885) -- Part Iii: A Fairy Tale. -- 8. The Story of Iv n The Fool (1885) -- Part Iv: Stories Written To Pictures (1885). -- 9. Evil Allures, But Good Endures -- 10. Little Girls Wiser Than Men -- 11. Ily s -- Part V: Folk-Tales Retold. -- 12. The Three Hermits (1886) -- 13. The Imp and The Crust (1886) -- 14. How Much Land Does A Man Need? (1886) -- 15. A Grain As Big As A Hen's Egg (1886) -- 16. The Godson (1886) -- 17. The Repentant Sinner (1886) -- 18. The Empty Drum (1891) -- Part Vi: Adaptations From The French. -- 19. The Coffee House of Surat (1893) -- 20. Too Dear (1897) -- Part Vii: Stories Given To Aid The Persecuted Jews (1903). -- 21. Esarhaddon, King of Assyria -- 22. Work, Death and Sickness -- 23. Three Questions

 

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