Tolstoy's epic tome is a masterpiece of detail in every page. He captures the spirit of the Napoleonic wars through viewing the people involved; though Tolstoy believed man cannot influence the ongoing process of history, he realized it had a human face, and seemed to be formed by human fate. Through both the world weary and the idealists, we are given a philosophical and personal look into the Napoleonic-Russian conflict. Recognized as one of the most preeminent novels of all time, War and Peace continues to shed light on some of the most important aspects of humanity in war. This translation recieved Tolstoy's approval. 964 pages, softcover.
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