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L. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four. Part Four III.

L. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four. Part Four III.
Princess Maria postponed her departure, Sonya, the count tried to replace Natasha, but could not. They saw that she alone could keep her mother from despairing. For three weeks Natasha lived with her mother,...

L. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four. Part Four II.

L. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four. Part Four II.
Apart from the general feeling of alienation from all people, Natasha experienced a special feeling of alienation from her family. Her father, mother, Sonya, were so close to her, so familiar, so everyday...

Л. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four part four I

Л. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four part four I
It seemed to her that she was about to understand what she was looking at with a terrible, unbearable question. At the end of December, in a black woolen dress, with a slanting, slanting and pale beam, Natasha sat with her legs in the corner of the sofa, crumpling and dissolving the ends of the belt, and looked at the corner of the door...
It seemed to her that she was about to understand what she was looking at with a terrible, unbearable question. At the end of December, in a black woolen dress, with a slanting, slanting and pale beam, Natasha sat with her legs in the corner of the sofa, crumpling and dissolving the ends of the belt, and looked at the corner of the door...

Л. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four part fouri

Л. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four part fouri
When a man sees a dying animal, the horror is overwhelming him: what he is - his essence - is obviously destroyed in his eyes - ceases to exist. But when the dying person is a person and the loved one is felt, then, except for the horror before the destruction of life, there is a tear and spiritual wound,...
When a man sees a dying animal, the horror is overwhelming him: what he is - his essence - is obviously destroyed in his eyes - ceases to exist. But when the dying person is a person and the loved one is felt, then, except for the horror before the destruction of life, there is a tear and spiritual wound,...
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L. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four. Part Three

L. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four. Part Three
Quickly the horses were disassembled in half darkness, the girlfriends were pulled up and the teams were sorted out. Denisov stood at the guardhouse, giving his last orders. The infantry of the game, spanking...

L. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four. Part Three X

L. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four. Part Three X
Back at the guardhouse, Petya caught Denisov in the halls. Denisov was worried, worried and annoyed that he had let Petya go, waiting for him. - Thank God! - He shouted. - Well, thank God! - He repeated it as he listened to Pete's enthusiastic story...

L. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four. Part Three IX.

L. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four. Part Three IX.
Having dressed in French overcoats and a kiver, Petya and Dolokhov went to the clearing, from which Denisov looked at the camp, and, leaving the forest in complete darkness, went down into the valley....

L. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four. Part Three VIII

L. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four. Part Three VIII
From the drummer, who was given vodka and lamb by Denisov's order, and whom Denisov ordered to put on a Russian caftan, so that, without sending him away with the prisoners, to leave him with the party, Petya's attention was distracted by the arrival of Dolokhov...

L. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four. Part Three VII.

L. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four. Part Three VII.
When Petya left Moscow, leaving his family, he joined his regiment and soon after was taken by an ordinary man to the general who commanded a large detachment. From the time of his production as an officer,...

L. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four. Part Three VI

L. N. Tolstoy. War and peace. Volume four. Part Three VI
Having talked a few more times with Esaul about tomorrow's attack, which now, looking at the proximity of the French, Denisov seemed to have finally decided, he turned the horse and went back. - Well, bg'at, let's go talk about it," he said to Pete...
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