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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Babʹi︠a︡ doli︠a︡. English.
Anissia, the life story of a peasant.
London, Geoffrey Bles [©1924]
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Leo Tolstoy, graf; Charles Salomon
|Notes:||Translation of Babʹi︠a︡ doli︠a︡.
Introductory letter from Mme. Tatiana Lvovna Soukhotina to Charles Salomon reads: "Anissia told her story to Mme. Kouzminskaya. My aunt wrote it word for word as the woman dictated it."--Page 7.
"Many Russians ... attribute the tale to Tolstoy ... To attribute it to him seems to me erroneous."--Preface.
American edition (New York, Duffield company) has title: My life, as told by the peasant Anissia.
|Description:||223,  pages 19 cm|
|Other Titles:||Babʹi︠a︡ doli︠a︡.|
|Responsibility:||revised and corrected by Leo Tolstoy. Translated from the Russian with notes and a preface by Charles Salomon.|