Penguin Classics Resurrection

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Resurrection combines a love story with a ferocious attack on the Russian regime. Prince Dmitrii Nekhliudov is a member of a jury trying Katiusha Maslova for murder. Before long, though, he puts himself on trial and condemns all of upper-class and official Russia. Meanwhile, once convicted, Maslova evolves from prostitute to revolutionary. In the stories of Maslova and other convicts, Leo Tolstoy depicts the hard lot of women and the disenfranchised in nineteenth-century tsarist...
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Overview

Resurrection combines a love story with a ferocious attack on the Russian regime. Prince Dmitrii Nekhliudov is a member of a jury trying Katiusha Maslova for murder. Before long, though, he puts himself on trial and condemns all of upper-class and official Russia. Meanwhile, once convicted, Maslova evolves from prostitute to revolutionary. In the stories of Maslova and other convicts, Leo Tolstoy depicts the hard lot of women and the disenfranchised in nineteenth-century tsarist Russia.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780140441840
  • Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 2/28/1966
  • Series: Penguin Classics Series
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 576
  • Product dimensions: 5.22 (w) x 7.82 (h) x 0.99 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword 9
Acknowledgments 12
Abbreviations 13
List of Contributors 16
Introduction 17
Questioning Sheol 22
Resurrection and the Judgment of the Titans: [actual symbolnot reproducible] in LXX Isaiah 26.19 33
Resurrection, the Greeks and the New Testament 52
Did Jesus Predict his Death and Resurrection? 82
Resurrection: Reflections on a New Approach 98
The Relationship between the Resurrection, the Proclamationto the Spirits in Prison and Baptismal Regeneration: 1 Peter 3.19-22 106
Some New Testament Words for Resurrection and the Company They Keep 136
Logic of the Resurrection 166
The Risen Jesus: Analogies and Presence 195
Oscar Romero and Resurrection Hope 218
The Isma'ili Resurrection of Alamut: A Bid for Spiritual Awakening or a Statement of Political Authority? 249
'At the Resureccioun of this Flour': The Resurrection, Ambiguity and Identity in Chaucer's Poetry 264
Musical-Textual Relationships regarding Resurrection in the Western Wind Settings of the Credo by John Taverner, John Sheppard and Christopher Tye 275
Dying on Stage: 'The Acting of a Dreadful Thing' 288
'He is not here' (Luke 24.6): Christ's Resurrection in Seventeenth-Century English Poetry 302
'The Resurrection and the Life': D. H. Lawrence's 'The Man who Died' 315
Resurrection as Political Vision in Two East African Novels 334
'I Have Been Dead and Am Alive Again': Resurrection in the Rehabilitation Narrative 350
Index of References 362
Index of Authors 370
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 23, 2003

    Great Novel

    As the lesser known of Tolstoy's 3 great novels (War and Peace, Anna Karennia, Resurrection), it is still a masterpiece. The story is quite moving and the ending is great and much easier to understand than Anna Karennia's (many believe that Anna Karennia truly ends where Anna dies but Levin's return to faith is the real climax according to many literary critics). Anyway, read this book and you won't be disappointed!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2000

    this book has been a real shock to me.

    I personally appreciate this work. this book seems to suggest us the solution to our problems and a number of contradictions in our daily lives. I estimate this book as a part of Tolstoy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 22, 1999

    This is an excellent book!

    I found Resurrection to be a very moving book. It chronicles how a shiftless russian nobleman regained the meaning of his life. His quest began when he found himself doing jury duty at trial of a girl he had sedudced and abandoned in his youth. He decided to try and better her situation, and in the process had to probe and question many areas of social life and also his own life. In the end, you will see why this book is aptly named.

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