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Dostoyevsky and Tolstoy / Motivations, Relationships & Morality
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There are a number of distinct similarities in the perspectives of Dostoyevsky and Tolstoy presented in 'Notes from the Underground' and 'The Death of Ivan Ilych,' especially similarities that can be derived through understanding motivation, relationships and morality within these texts. This 5 page paper presents a comparison of Dostoyevsky and Tolstoy in respect to motivation, relationships and morality, demonstrating complicity on some levels between these two authors. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Dostolst.wps

Leo Tolstoy / His Life & Works
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A 7 page paper on the famous Russian novelist and thinker. The paper examines his two greatest novels as well as several lesser works, and shows how all Tolstoy's themes reflect the times in which he lived and his concern for the Russian people. Bibliography lists five works.
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Leo Tolstoy's 'Death of Ivan Ilych'
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A 2 page overview of Ivan Ilych's character with discussion of how he was treated by society and the possible implications this may have had. No Bibliography.
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Leo Tolstoy's 'Death of Ivan Ilych' & The Meaning of Life
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8 pages in length. A comprehensive, analytical examination of life's meaning and value as presented by Leo Tolstoy in 'The Death of Ivan Ilych.' The writer delves into Ivan's character and offers insight into his behavior. This is a well-written, thesis-orientated essay. Bibliography lists 3 supporting critical sources.
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Leo Tolstoy's 'The Death of Ivan Ilych'
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This 5 page report discusses what has sometimes been called the greatest novella ever written in Russian literature. The writer of this paper explores whether or not Ivan Ilych's death is a moral judgement against his life. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Leo Tolstoy's 'War & Peace' / Notes & Diary
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A 25 page essay that records the writer's impressions as this epic novel is read for the first time. The writer while giving a synopsis of the action discusses how the characters and plot are developed by Tolstoy as the novel progresses. No additional sources cited.
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Vengeance in 'Anna Karenina' and 'The House of the Spirits'
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A 7 page paper looking at the issue of vengeance in these two novels by Tolstoy and Isabel Allende, respectively. The paper argues that in both books the authors considered their protagonists to have sinned against God or the laws of nature, and thus their punishment was out of human hands. Bibliography lists one source. KBKARE~1.WPS
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Views on Death: Thomas and Tolstoy
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A 4 page research paper that contrasts The Death of Ivan Ilych by Leo Tolstoy and Dylan Thomas' poem, 'Do not go gentle into that Good Night.' The writer argues that these two writers deal with the same ominous topic-resistance to death. While they appear to be dealing with two different viewpoints-the emotions felt by the person facing death and those felt by those who are left behind-they each offer valuable insight into what resistance to death can mean both to the dying and to their families. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Women's Roles in Tolstoy's 'Anna Karenina' and 'Ivan Ilyich'
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An 18 page paper looking at these two works in terms of their portrayal of the roles of women in upper-class nineteenth-century Russian society. The paper concludes that if women let society dictate their course of action, no one benefits, and everyone suffers. Bibliography lists four sources.
Filename: KBtolst.doc


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