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War and Peace - Leo Tolstoy

"War and Peace" by Leo Tolstoy is an epic novel set during the Napoleonic wars in Russia. It follows various characters whose lives are shaped by the tumultuous period. Tolstoy explores the profound connection between war and peace, blending personal stories with historical events and offering insights into human nature and the futility of conflict.

Tolstoy's masterpiece, "War and Peace," examines the complex nature of war and its impact on individuals and society. It vividly portrays the chaos and heroism of battle while delving into the challenges of rebuilding and the quest for lasting peace. Through its diverse characters, the novel invites readers to contemplate the cyclical nature of conflict and the elusive nature of true peace.

"War and Peace" by Tolstoy remains a timeless exploration of the human condition amidst war and the longing for peace. It delves into the intricacies of war, the fragility of peace, and the depth of the human experience. With its sprawling narrative and rich character development, the novel highlights the eternal struggle between war and peace on personal and societal levels.
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  1. NewsWagg's avatar
    I tend to find the original Russian version is best. It seems to lose something in the translation.

    I will download this and read it tonight if i have two hours free.
    Dejaque's avatar
    I personally prefer the version that was translated into Mandarin and then line by line translated into French using poorly paid internet freelancers. It loses something in translation. However, that feeling of smug superiority you get after is incomparable.
  2. lolamont's avatar
    Thanks for this
  3. Captain-Wagon-Wheels's avatar
    One of the finest stories ever told
  4. MeesterX's avatar
    A word of warning for those who try to read it - it's a really long book so it really is like trying to read War and Peace.
    greatnameuk's avatar
    Is it worth reading tho?
  5. daveph85's avatar
    I would do some research on the different translations. This is on my to-read list but a good translation makes a world of difference.
  6. richpriest's avatar
    People keep going on about how big this book is, but it didn't make my kindle any heavier.
  7. TellyBelly's avatar
    Is this something people read for pleasure nowadays? Isn't this something you "have" to read as part of some degree coarse? Over 1400 pages! I think I will get it and try reading it on a plane - I always find it hard to fall asleep on a long haul flight. Will update if it turns out to be a gripping read. (edited)
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