Leo Tolstoy,Nancy Harris

The Kreutzer Sonata

The violent spiritual crisis in Tolstoy's life that inspired his last period of creativity produced the stories in this compelling and startling collection. They portray the multifaceted nature of desire, from idealistic romance to sexual jealousy, from desperate lust to relentless longing.
219 printed pages
Copyright owner
Original publication
Publication year
Jovian Press

Other versions

Have you already read it? How did you like it?


    Anindya Kshared an impression5 years ago


    Anindya Khas quoted5 years ago
    When you know who a person is, you know what they’re capable of.
    Anindya Khas quoted5 years ago
    And marriage is…whoredom with a licence.
    Anindya Khas quoted5 years ago
    Men say they see women as equals. They say they must have the same rights and powers as themselves. They say it. They don’t think it. Look around. Women are still playthings for men’s pleasure

On the bookshelves

Drag & drop your files (not more than 5 at once)