Walk in the Light and Twenty-Three Tales / Edition 1

Walk in the Light and Twenty-Three Tales / Edition 1

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by Leo Tolstoy
     
 

ISBN-10: 0874869676

ISBN-13: 2900874869674

Pub. Date: 01/28/1998

Publisher: Plough Publishing House, The

Leo Tolstoy's ""Walk in the Light and Twenty-Three Tales"" contains the religious parable ""Walk in the Light While Ye Have Light"", a story set in the ancient Roman Empire which tells the story of Pamphylius and his conversion to Christianity, as well as twenty-three other short stories by the author. Those twenty-three tales include the following: God Sees the…  See more details below

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Leo Tolstoy's ""Walk in the Light and Twenty-Three Tales"" contains the religious parable ""Walk in the Light While Ye Have Light"", a story set in the ancient Roman Empire which tells the story of Pamphylius and his conversion to Christianity, as well as twenty-three other short stories by the author. Those twenty-three tales include the following: God Sees the Truth, but Waits; A Prisoner in the Caucasus; The Bear-Hunt; What Men Live By; A Spark Neglected Burns the House; Two Old Men; Where Love is, God is;
The Story of Iván the Fool; Evil Allures, but Good Endures; Little Girls Wiser Than Men; Ilyás; The Three Hermits; The Imp and the Crust; How Much Land Does a Man Need?; A Grain as Big as a Hen's Egg; The Godson; The Repentant Sinner; The Empty Drum; The Coffee House of Surat; Too Dear; Esarhaddon, King of Assyria; Work, Death and Sickness; and Three questions.

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ISBN-13:
2900874869674
Publisher:
Plough Publishing House, The
Publication date:
01/28/1998
Edition description:
OP
Pages:
351

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Walk in the Light and Twenty-Three Tales 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of the greatest of the Russian writers, in a form and translation that even children can follow and be moved by. There is no better quality family time than reading these timeless tales together. There is no more fulfilling solitude than to curl up with this collection and read it alone by the fireside. Take your choice! I started with my kids and then finished when they went to bed.
Guest More than 1 year ago
We have used this book as an ongoing Text for Sunday School. The growth of our class has been unbelievable. To gain full benefit; it is suggested that only one parable be read and discussed each class. Acceptance of individual interpretation, along with 20 minutes, alone, to reflect on the parables makes for a worthwhile journey.