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|Named Person:||Leo Tolstoy, graf|
|Material Type:||Manuscript, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Leo Tolstoy, graf; Alexander Sirnis; V G Chertkov; Tuckton House.
|Language Note:||English, Russian, French, Latvian, German, Czech, Italian, Esperanto.|
|Notes:||Tuckton House, near Christchurch in Hampshire, was occupied in 1900-1908 by a Tolstoyan community, headed by L.N. Tolstoi's chief disciple, Vladimir Chertkov, which published and disseminated Tolstoi's banned social and political works in Russian and in English translation.|
|Contents:||Comprises correspondence of and translations chiefly by Alexander Sirnis of literary and political works by L.N. Tolstoi, V.G. Chertkov and others; also, related printed material and photographs.|
- Dissenters -- Russia.
- Political refugees -- Russia.
- Russians -- Great Britain -- 20th century.
- Russian literature -- Translations into English.
- Tolstoy, Leo, -- graf, -- 1828-1910. -- Translations into English.
- Political refugees.
- Russian literature.
- Great Britain.