What Does Man Live By?

Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy (1828-1910):  great author of Anna Karenina, War and Peace, Kreutzer Sonata and Resurrection, during the last thirty years of his life he found himself in man, family, religion, state, society, freedom, submission, rebellion, art and aesthetics. He gave theoretical studies on the subject. In the stories he wrote during this period, he dealt with the problems of humanity, which he had been thinking about for years, in a literary fiction. While Tolstoy deals with the subjects of human love and faith with all the finesse of his mastery, What Does Man Live by? He revealed a new understanding of morality in paintings that reflect real life.

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Lev Nikolayeviç Tolstoy (1828-1910): Anna Karenina, Savaş ve Barış, Kreutzer Sonat ve Diriliş’in büyük yazarı, yaşamının son otuz yılında kendini insan, aile, din, devlet, toplum, özgürlük, boyun eğme, başkaldırma, sanat ve estetik konularında kuramsal çalışmalara verdi. Bu dönemde yazdığı öykülerde yıllarca üzerinde düşündüğü insanlık sorunlarını edebi bir kurgu içinde ele aldı. Tolstoy, insan sevgisi ve inanç konularını ustalığının bütün inceliğiyle işlerken, İnsan Neyle Yaşar? ile gerçek hayatı yansıtan tabloların içinde yeni bir ahlak anlayışını ortaya koydu.

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Koray Karasulu (1975): İ.Ü. He graduated from the Department of Russian Language and Literature. He translated many works of Pushkin, Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy, Gogol and Gorki, who are among the greatest writers of Russian literature, into Turkish. He edited many Russian classics. His translations of Marriage and Inspector from Gogol were staged by the State Theatres.

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Turkish

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104

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2012

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