“Master and Servant – A Landlord’s Morning”
In the novels and stories he wrote during this period, he dealt with the problems of humanity, which he had been thinking about for years, with a literary fiction. In The Morning of a Landlord, which can be regarded as the continuation of his semi-autobiographical trilogy (Childhood, Adolescence, Youth), Tolstoy narrates the relations of a young landlord with the peasants in an extremely striking language, despite all his good intentions, he has to face difficulties arising from ignorance and insecurity.
In Master and His Servant, he puts the struggle between nature and man in the background, revealing the endless war between greed and humility, good and evil in the human spirit with a shocking story.
Efendi ile Uşağı’nda ise doğayla insanın mücadelesini arka plana yerleştirerek, açgözlülükle tevazuun, iyilikle kötülüğün insan ruhundaki bitmek bilmeyen savaşını sarsıcı bir hikâyeyle gözler önüne serer.