Resurrection, the last of Tolstoy's major novels, tells the story of a nobleman's attempt to redeem himself for the suffering his youthful philandering caused a peasant girl. Tolstoy's vision of redemption achieved through loving forgiveness, and his condemnation of violence dominate the novel. An intimate, psychological tale of guilt, anger, and forgiveness, Resurrection is at the same time a panoramic description of social life in Russia at the end of the nineteenth century, reflecting Tolstoy's outrage at the social injustices of the world in which he lived.
Tolstoy magisterially condemns society's social inequities by holding a mirror up to its flawed face; gripping and sombre. The Observer
Series: Oxford World's Classics
Number Of Pages: 528
Published: June 2009
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 19.6 x 13.2 x 2.9
Weight (kg): 0.41