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Childhood (1852) by Leo Tolstoy
Translated by C. J. Hogarth.
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"Childhood" ([Detstvo]; 1852) is the first novel in Leo Tolstoy's autobiographical trilogy - Childhood (1852), Boyhood (1854), and Youth (1856). These works launched his writing career and earned him instant acclaim. "Childhood" describes the major physiological decisions of boyhood that all boys experience.

Childhood

Table of Contents

Title Page

Chapter I. THE TUTOR, KARL IVANITCH

Chapter II. MAMMA

Chapter III. PAPA

Chapter IV. LESSONS

Chapter V. THE IDIOT

Chapter VI. PREPARATIONS FOR THE CHASE

Chapter VII. THE HUNT

Chapter VIII. WE PLAY GAMES

Chapter IX. A FIRST ESSAY IN LOVE

Chapter X. THE SORT OF MAN MY FATHER WAS

Chapter XI. IN THE DRAWING-ROOM AND THE STUDY

Chapter XII. GRISHA

Chapter XIII. NATALIA SAVISHNA

Chapter XIV. THE PARTING

Chapter XV. CHILDHOOD

Chapter XVI. VERSE-MAKING

Chapter XVII. THE PRINCESS KORNAKOFF

Chapter XVIII. PRINCE IVAN IVANOVITCH

Chapter XIX. THE IWINS

Chapter XX. PREPARATIONS FOR THE PARTY

Chapter XXI. BEFORE THE MAZURKA

Chapter XXII. THE MAZURKA

Chapter XXIII. AFTER THE MAZURKA

Chapter XXIV. IN BED

Chapter XXV. THE LETTER

Chapter XXVI. WHAT AWAITED US AT THE COUNTRY-HOUSE

Chapter XXVII. GRIEF

Chapter XXVIII. SAD RECOLLECTIONS



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