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Boyhood (1854) by Leo Tolstoy
Translated by C. J. Hogarth.
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"Boyhood" (Otrochestvo) is the second novel in Tolstoy's autobiographical trilogy: Childhood (1852), Boyhood (1854), and Youth (1856).

Boyhood

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Title Page

I. A SLOW JOURNEY

II. THE THUNDERSTORM

III. A NEW POINT OF VIEW

IV. IN MOSCOW

V. MY ELDER BROTHER

VI. MASHA

VII. SMALL SHOT

VIII. KARL IVANITCH'S HISTORY

IX. CONTINUATION OF KARL'S NARRATIVE

X. CONCLUSION OF KARL'S NARRATIVE

XI. ONE MARK ONLY

XII. THE KEY

XIII. THE TRAITRESS

XIV. THE RETRIBUTION

XV. DREAMS

XVI. "KEEP ON GRINDING, AND YOU'LL HAVE FLOUR"

XVII. HATRED

XVIII. THE MAIDSERVANTS' ROOM

XIX. BOYHOOD

XX. WOLODA

XXI. KATENKA AND LUBOTSHKA

XXII. PAPA

XXIII. GRANDMAMMA

XXIV. MYSELF

XXV. WOLODA'S FRIENDS

XXVI. DISCUSSIONS

XXVII. THE BEGINNING OF OUR FRIENDSHIP



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