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    Conception of Love in The Kreutzer Sonata Perhaps Tolstoy's short story, “The Kreutzer Sonata”, truly captures one definite conception of love, albeit a very negative one. To understand more what is brought to light in this story, we need to take a look at it, more importantly at the character of Pozdnychev. Pozdnychev has just spent several years in prison for the murder of his unfaithful wife, as we find out early in the story. His tale is a sordid one, as he relates his past life, before

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    1) a. By having Pozdnischeff tell his story to someone else, Tolstoy allows the reader to interpret the information for themselves. If the story was told as a first person narrative, the reader would not have had the comparison of values between Pozdnischeff and the other people on the train. b. Tolstoy describes many aspects of the people on the train. He seems to emphasize on their faces and their reactions to the statments spoken by each other character. He does this so that the reader may get

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    The Hidden Homo In Leo Tostoy’s The Kreutzer Sonata Posdnicheff is experiencing what can be best described as a dysfunctional relationship. After murdering his wife, many things come into play: the question of love, jealousy, and the idea of marriage itself. But one thing I found the most engaging is Posdnicheff’s homosexuality. Posdnicheff’s jealous rage and poor relationship with his wife and all women in his life are result of his own homosexual emotions. Posdnicheff is gay because there is

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    In Leo Tolstoy’s, “The Kruetzer Sonata”, Henrik Ibsen’s “A doll house,” and Anton Chekhov’s “Seagull,” all of the authors tell about the actions and choices that each person has in their lives is what will dictate how their lives will draw out. This in very many ways is something that real everyday middle-class people could relate to, and in doing so, hopefully they could take what they have read and apply it to their lives. In Leo Tolstoy’s “The Kreutzer Sonata,” he tells about Pózdnyshev telling

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    Crime Against True Beauty

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    or that beauty is not limited to appearance but is infinite in definition; reaching to the content of a man's character all the way to ones soul. Leo Tolstoy once said, “ It is amazing how complete is the delusion that beauty is goodness(The Kreutzer Sonata). Perhaps if the current culture can ever fully grasp the wisdom in Tolstoy's words a revolution of our ideology on beauty would take place and two less girls buying popcorn would have scars to hide. Works Cited Dove Self-Esteem Fund

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    The Death of Ivan Ilych

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    through the pain and turmoil into the "light" as Tolstoy concludes The Death of Ivan Ilych with Ivan Ilych having a sudden revelation to the wrongdoings he had so strongly justified. Bibliography Tolstoy, Leo. "The Death of Ivan Ilych." The Kreutzer Sonata and Other short Stories. Trans. Louise and Aylmer Maud. New York: Dover Publications, 1993.

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    '; and these words relate to the wife, to the sister, and not only to the wife of another, but especially to one 's own wife.” (Tolstoy 195). These were the final lines of text Tolstoy wrote as a part of the resolution to his short story, The Kreutzer Sonata. According to this verse, and the themes in several others of his other works, Liev Tolstoy provides us a display of his moral view of right and wrong in relation to desire. He uses marital affairs & human desires as a tool to explore morality

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    Johannes Brahms

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    4) in 1851, the Sonata in F sharp minor (Op.2) in 1852 and the Sonata in C major (Op. I) early in 1853.] It was not only until the spring of that year that he for first time left Hamburg professionally. He undertook a tour with the Hungarian violinist Eduard Remenyi for the purpose of introducing himself and his works. At Gottingen they gave a concert in which the young pianist made a deep impression upon the musicians present. He and Remenyi were to play Beethoven?s Kreutzer sonata, but at the last

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    Author 1: Enid Blyton Enid Mary Blyton whom was born on 11 August 1897 in East Dulwich, South London, was one of the distinguished authors of children’s storybooks. She has sold over 600 million copies of her works which made her books one of the bestsellers. Besides that, her books have also been translated into over 90 different languages. Although she had a good relationship with her parents, but soon after, her parents were separated, and she and her siblings had to put on an act whenever

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    Life of the Great Composers

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    them to becoming two of the most famous classical music composers of all time. Between the both of them they composed over a hundred masterpieces that are still being played around the world today. Some of their works includes concertos, quartets, sonatas, symphonies, songs and operas. Although having many things in common, their lives and style of music could not have been more different. They both died young and left their mark on the world of classical music that had withstood the hands of time

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