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By Leo Tolstoy

Tolstoy's tumultuous story of ardour and self-discovery marks a turning element within the author's profession. His compelling, emotional saga recounts the consequences of nonconformist habit — a society woman's adulterous affair and a landowner's unconventional quest for a significant lifestyles — opposed to a backdrop of overdue 19th-century Russia.

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One might easily add Dunnet Landing to this list. Jewett returned again and again in her fiction to the coast of Maine and left as her legacy A Country Doctor and Dunnet Landing Stories in addition to The Country of the Pointed Firs. By this novel’s end, the separate tales have become a whole and the bits of the mosaic have fallen into place. We, the readers, are left with indelible characters from whom we might learn a great deal, gifted language which is both arresting and precise, and a complete, if paradoxical, universe we will not soon forget.

No, there’s nothing to take the place of shipping in a place like ours. These bicycles offend me dreadfully; they don’t afford no real opportunities of experience such as a man gained on a voyage. No: when folks left home in the old days they left it to some purpose, and when they got home they stayed there and had some pride in it. ” “Oh no, Captain Littlepage, I hope not,” said I, trying to soothe his feelings. There was a silence in the schoolhouse, but we could hear the noise of the water on a beach below.

At sundown I went back, feeling most businesslike, down toward the village again, and usually met the flavor, not of the herb garden, but of Mrs. Todd’s hot supper, halfway up the hill. On the nights when there were evening meetings or other public exercises that demanded her presence we had tea very early, and I was welcomed back as if from a long absence. Once or twice I feigned excuses for staying at home, while Mrs. Todd made distant excursions, and came home late, with both hands full and a heavily laden apron.

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