Resurrection

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Leo Tolstoy

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ABOUT THE BOOK

"Resurrection" narrates a nobleman's quest to atone for the suffering caused by his youthful indiscretions, leading to a peasant girl's imprisonment in Siberia. This tale provides insight into Russian social life in the late nineteenth century. Published in 1899, "Resurrection" stands as Leo Tolstoy's final novel, serving as his critique of the injustice inherent in human-made laws and the hypocrisy of the institutionalized church. Additionally, the novel delves into the economic philosophy of Georgism, offering a comprehensive exploration of societal issues and moral dilemmas prevalent during Tolstoy's time.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Leo Tolstoy (1828–1910), born Count Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy, was a Russian writer acclaimed as one of the greatest authors. Nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature and Peace multiple times, his significant works include the novels "War and Peace" and "Anna Karenina," . Tolstoy gained early recognition with his semi-autobiographical trilogy and "Sevastopol Sketches." Experiencing a moral crisis in the 1870s, he underwent a spiritual awakening, embracing Christian anarchism and pacifism. His nonviolent resistance ideas influenced Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr., and Wittgenstein.

CONTENTS

BOOK - I ............................................................................................ 11
I. MASLOVA IN PRISON ................................................................. 11
II. MASLOVA’S EARLY LIFE .......................................................... 13
III. NEKHLUDOFF ............................................................................ 17
IV. MISSY .......................................................................................... 21
V. THE JURYMEN ............................................................................. 23
VI. HE JUDGES .................................................................................. 25
VII. THE OFFICIALS OFTHE COURT ............................................. 27
VIII. SWEARING INTHE JURY ........................................................ 30
IX. THE TRIAL—THE PRISONERS QUESTIONED ........................ 32
X. THE TRIAL—THE INDICTMENT ................................................ 35
XI. THE TRIAL—MASLOVA CROSS-EXAMINED ........................ 37
XII. TWELVE YEARS BEFORE ........................................................ 42
XIII. LIFE IN THE ARMY .................................................................. 46
XIV. THE SECOND MEETING WITH MASLOVA .......................... 49
XV. THE EARLY MASS .................................................................... 52
XVI. THE FIRST STEP ....................................................................... 55
XVII. NEKHLUDOFF AND KATUSHA ........................................... 57
XVIII. AFTERWARDS ....................................................................... 59
XIX. THE TRIAL—RESUMPTION ................................................... 61
XX. THE TRIAL—THE MEDICAL REPORT .................................... 63
XXI. THE TRIAL—THE PROSECUTOR AND THE
ADVOCATES ..................................................................................... 66
XXII. THE TRIAL—THE SUMMING UP .......................................... 69
XXIII. THE TRIAL—THE VERDICT ................................................. 72
XXIV. THE TRIAL—THE SENTENCE ............................................. 78
XXV. NEKHLUDOFF CONSULTS AN ADVOCATE ..................... 80
XXVI. THE HOUSE OF KORCHAGIN.............................................. 81
XXVII. MISSY’S MOTHER ............................................................... 85
XXVIII. THE AWAKENING .............................................................. 89
XXIX. MASLOVA IN PRISON .......................................................... 93
XXX. THE CELL................................................................................. 96
XXXI. THE PRISONERS .................................................................... 98
XXXII. A PRISON QUARREL.......................................................... 101
XXXIII. THE LEAVEN AT WORK—NEKHLUDOFF’S
DOMESTIC CHANGES ................................................................... 104
RESURRECTION 6
XXXIV. THE ABSURDITY OF LAW—REFLECTIONS
OF A JURYMAN............................................................................... 107
XXXV. THE PROCUREUR—NEKHLUDOFF REFUSES
TO SERVE ......................................................................................... 111
XXXVI. NEKHLUDOFF ENDEAVOURS TO
VISIT MASLOVA ............................................................................. 113
XXXVII. MASLOVA RECALLS THE PAST ................ ................... 115
XXXVIII. SUNDAY IN PRISON—PREPARING FOR MA ............. 117
XXXIX. THE PRISON CHURCH—BLIND LEADERS
OF THE BLIND ................................................................................. 119
XL. THE HUSKS OF RELIGION ..................................................... 122
XLI. VISITING DAY—THE MEN’S WARD..................................... 124
XLII. VISITING DAY—THE WOMEN’S WARD ............................ 127
XLIII. NEKHLUDOFF VISITS MASLOVA ..................................... 129
XLIV. MASLOVA’S VIEW OF LIFE ............................................... 133
XLV. FANARIN, THE ADVOCATE—THE PETITION................... 135
XLVI. A PRISON FLOGGING ......................................................... 140
XLVII. NEKHLUDOFF AGAIN VISITS MASLOVA ...................... 142
XLVIII. MASLOVA REFUSES TO MARRY .................................... 144
XLIX. VERA DOUKHOVA ............................................................... 147
L. THE VICE-GOVERNOR OF THE PRISON ................................ 150
LI. THE CELLS ................................................................................. 153
LII. NO. 21 ........................................................................................ 155
LIII. VICTIMS OF GOVERNMENT ................................................. 157
LIV. PRISONERS AND FRIENDS ................................................... 159
LV. VERA DOUKHOVA EXPLAINS .............................................. 161
LVI. NEKHLUDOFF AND THE PRISONERS ........................ ........ 163
LVII. THE VICE-GOVERNOR’S “AT-HOME” ................................ 165
LVIII. THE VICE-GOVERNOR SUSPICIOUS ................................. 168
LIX. NEKHLUDOFF’S THIRD INTERVIEW WITH
MASLOVA IN PRISON ................................................................... 170
BOOK - II ..........................................................................................174
I. PROPERTY IN LAND ....................................................................174
II. EFFORTS AT LAND RESTORATION ........................................ 178
III. OLD ASSOCIATIONS ................................................................ 181
IV. THE PEASANTS’ LOT ................................................................ 183
V. MASLOVA’S AUNT .................................................................... 186
VI. REFLECTIONS OF A LANDLORD ........................................... 189
VII. THE DISINHERITED ................................................................. 194
VIII. GOD’S PEACE IN THE HEART............................................... 196
IX. THE LAND SETTLEMENT......................................................... 199
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X. NEKHLUDOFF RETURNS TO TOWN ...................................... 203
XI. AN ADVOCATE’S VIEWS ON JUDGES AND
PROSECUTORS .............................................................................. 207
XII. WHY THE PEASANTS FLOCK TO TOWN ............................209
XIII. NURSE MASLOVA ................................................................. 210
XIV. AN ARISTOCRATIC CIRCLE ................................................. 215
XV. AN AVERAGE STATESMAN ................................................... 219
XVI. AN UP-TO-DATE SENATOR .................................................. 223
XVII. COUNTESS KATERINA IVANOVNA’S DINNER PARTY...226
XVIII. OFFICIALDOM.......................................................................228
XIX. AN OLD GENERAL OF REPUTE............................................ 231
XX. MASLOVA’S APPEAL ............................................................. 236
XXI. THE APPEAL DISMISSED .......................................................239
XXII. AN OLD FRIEND ................................................................... 241
XXIII. THE PUBLIC PROSECUTOR ................................................243
XXIV. MARIETTE TEMPTS NEKHLUDOFF...................................246
XXV. LYDIA SHOUSTOVA’S HOME ............................................ 251
XXVI. LYDIA’S AUNT..................................................................... 255
XXVII. THE STATE CHURCH AND THE PEOPLE ....................... 256
XXVIII. THE MEANING OF MARIETTE’S ATTRACTION ........... 261
XXIX. FOR HER SAKE AND FOR GOD’S .....................................264
XXX. THE ASTONISHING INSTITUTION CALLED
CRIMINAL LAW ............................................................................. 268
XXXI. NEKHLUDOFF’S SISTER AND HER HUSBAND .............. 272
XXXII. NEKHLUDOFF’S ANARCHISM ........................................ 274
XXXIII. THE AIM OF THE LAW ..................................................... 278
XXXIV. THE PRISONERS START FOR SIBERIA .......................... 281
XXXV. NOT MEN BUT STRANGE AND TERRIBLE
CREATURES? ....................................................................................285
XXXVI. THE TENDER MERCIES OF THE LORD............................288
XXXVII. SPILLED LIKE WATER ON THE GROUND ................... 291
XXXVIII. THE CONVICT TRAIN.................................................... 295
XXXIX. BROTHER AND SISTER ....................................................298
XL. THE FUNDAMENTAL LAW OF HUMAN LIFE ..................... 302
XLI. TARAS’S STORY......................................................................305
XLII. LE VRAI GRAND MONDE .....................................................309
BOOK - III ........................................................................................ 313
I. MASLOVA MAKES NEW FRIENDS .......................................... 313
II. AN INCIDENT OF THE MARCH ............................................... 315
III. MARY PAVLOVNA ................................................................... 317
IV. SIMONSON ............................................................................... 319
RESURRECTION 8
V. THE POLITICAL PRISONERS ................................................. ..321
VI. KRYLTZOFF’S STORY ..............................................................324
VII. NEKHLUDOFF SEEKS AN INTERVIEW WITH
MASLOVA ........................................................................................ 327
VIII. NEKHLUDOFF AND THE OFFICER ......................................329
IX. THE POLITICAL PRISONERS ...................................................332
X. MAKAR DEVKIN .........................................................................334
XI. MASLOVA AND HER COMPANIONS .....................................335
XII. NABATOFF AND MARKEL .....................................................338
XIII. LOVE AFFAIRS OF THE EXILES ............................................342
XIV. CONVERSATIONS IN PRISON ..............................................343
XV. NOVODVOROFF .......................................................................345
XVI. SIMONSON SPEAKS TO NEKHLUDOFF ............................ 347
XVII. “I HAVE NOTHING MORE TO SAY” .....................................350
XVIII. NEVEROFF’S FATE.................................................................352
XIX. WHY IS IT DONE? ....................................................................354
XX. THE JOURNEY RESUMED ...................................................... .358
XXI. “JUST A WORTHLESS TRAMP” ..............................................360
XXII. NEKHLUDOFF SEES THE GENERAL ..................................363
XXIII. THE SENTENCE COMMUTED ............................................366
XXIV. THE GENERAL’S HOUSEHOLD ...........................................368
XXV. MASLOVA’S DECISION ....................................................... 373
XXVI. THE ENGLISH VISITOR........................................................ 375
XXVII. KRYLTZOFF AT REST ........................................................ 377
XXVIII. A NEW LIFE DAWNS FOR NEKHLUDOFF .................... 379


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