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Read & download ↠ Холстомер 102 ß ❰BOOKS❯ ✭ Холстомер Author Leo Tolstoy – В повести «Холстомер» Л Н Толстой рассказал историю жизни лошади — пегого мерина пегая масть которого послу BOOKS Холстомер Author Leo Tolstoy В повести «Холстомер» Л Н Толстой рассказал историю жизни лошади — пегого мерина пегая масть которого послу? В повести «Холстомер» Л Н Толстой рассказал историю жизни лошади — пегого мерина пегая масть которого послужила источником всех его несчастий Жизнь его стала — «труд унижения унижения труд» Великий художник наделил л.

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ошадь психологией человека наивным непосредственным природным сознанием которому противопоставил господствующие в окружающем мире социальные пороки «цивилизованного» эгоистичного и алчного буржуазно дворянского общества присвоившего себе противоестественное право собственности на всю живую и неживую природу право на насилие и произвол Повесть эта — прославление поэзи?.

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Холстомер? и гармонии природы покорно служащей людям и скорбный рассказ об унижении и жестоком попрании ее людьми утверждение идеи равенства всего живого в природе и безнравственности общества основанного на насилии «Холстомер» написан Л Н Толстым в году но опубликован был лишь в году после длительной большой работы писателя с текстом Издание дополнено множеством цветных иллюстраци?.

Read & download ↠ Холстомер 102 Лев Николаевич Толстой; commonly Leo Tolstoy in Anglophone countries was a Russian writer who primarily wrote novels and short stories Later in life he also wrote plays and essays His two most famous works the novels War and Peace and Anna Karenina are acknowledged as two of the greatest novels of all time and a pinnacle of realist fiction Many consider Tolstoy to have been one of the world's greatest novelists Tolstoy is eually known for his complicated and paradoxical persona and for his extreme moralistic and ascetic views which he adopted after a moral crisis and spiritual awakening in the s after which he also became noted as a moral thinker and social reformerHis literal interpretation of the ethical teachings of Jesus centering on the Sermon on the Mount caused him in later life to become a fervent Christian anarchist and anarcho pacifist His ideas on nonviolent resistance expressed in such works as The Kingdom of God Is Within You were to have a profound impact on such pivotal twentieth century figures as Mohandas Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr.

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  • Dan

    Read & download ↠ Холстомер 102 ХолстомерThe one criticism of Tolstoy is that he was never able to write from a peasants point of view All of his characters came from his own life experiences and when he did attempt to write a well rounded peasant character he never seemed able to really make them come alive on the page This is telling not just of Tolstoy but of all Russian society of his time There was a sharp divide between those who have and those who have not those who own land and those who work the land those who give orders an

  • Joan Colby

    Read & download ↠ Холстомер 102 ХолстомерThe masterly Tolstoy certainly knew his horses; in fact he rode daily into old age In “Strider” he details a sad life as the old horse speaks to his herd in particular the young fillies who have taken delight in tormenting him and he’s spot on describing their behavior as well “Strider” is a rawer wrenching version of “Black Beauty” with a realistic instead of an idealistic conclusion

  • Sid Gustafson

    Read & download ↠ Холстомер 102 ХолстомерTolstoy at his best the War and Peace of horsesAfter reading this euine welfare classic you will forever view horses as who they really are You do not know horses until you read the story of this noble piebald they called Kholstomer translated as Strider in English Some English versions of this book title the tale “Strider the story of a horse” Tolstoy at his best the War and Peace of horses

  • Adele K

    Read & download ↠ Холстомер 102 ХолстомерI thought it was odd that it's written from a horse's point of view However during the time Tolstoy wrote this the race and social division on the 19th century Russia was unfair in terms of concept of ownership serfdomDefamiliarization was coined by a literary critiue Viktor Shklovsky an art form that introduces readers in a bizarre way or setting and we get to perceive and be familiar with real lifeTolstoy is the master of realism in his time and creating Strider Kholstomer as a symbol of this division being a piebaldSome passage that I likeMen are guided in life not by deeds but by words 142I pondered over the injustice of men who blamed me for being a piebald; I pondered over the inconstancy of maternal love and feminine love in general and on its dependence on physical conditions; and above all I pondered over the characteristics of that strange race of animals with whom we are so closely connected whom

  • James

    Read & download ↠ Холстомер 102 ХолстомерA brilliant short narrative in defamiliarization A multi layered short story about man's property through the lens of Strider Definitely a book that keeps on giving

  • John Aggrey Odera

    Read & download ↠ Холстомер 102 ХолстомерA beautiful if sad and very very strange story; so wonderfully and allegorically exposes the excess and unthoughtfulness that characterizes much of what bourgeois life is aboutAt the beginning of the story I thought the book

  • Joan

    Read & download ↠ Холстомер 102 ХолстомерI have no idea what shelves to put this on its probably one of those 'one of a kind' books that defies any attempt to 'label' it It was both wonderful and awful at the same time Beautiful writing but also ponderous at times Suffice it to say I have put this in my 'Classics' collection on my Kindle though I think a story such as this really deserves to be in 'hardcopy' format hmm a 'classics' shelf Problem solvedFour stars

  • Nuclearster

    Read & download ↠ Холстомер 102 ХолстомерOnly two things which we do for another life are the affection and the pain In our humanity we must choose the affection since we not belong to those lifeGive the worth for the action than the thought by based on the affection

  • Nataliia

    Read & download ↠ Холстомер 102 ХолстомерLeo Tolstoy described the problems of the horse named Kholstomer as if it were the problems of the person not an animal Its whole life was full of adventures injustice and underestimating although the horse was really worth to be good treated and respected

  • Gavgav Doc

    Read & download ↠ Холстомер 102 Холстомерmy good friend summed it upVox Populi Merit thoughts like that are why we use them to make glue