Author: Leo Tolstoy
Title: Master and man, and other parables and tales
Publisher: London : J. M. Dent & sons, ltd.; New York, E. P. Dutton & co.
Bibliography: p. ix-xi
CONTENTS: Introduction.--Master and man.--How much land does a man require.--That whereby men live.--Elias.--Children may be wiser than their elders.--Labour, death, and disease.--The grain that was like an egg.--Where love is, there God is also.--The two old men.--The three old men.--God sees the right, though He be slow to declare it.--How the little devil atoned for the crust of bread.--The penitent sinner.-The snow-storm.--The raid.--The candle: or, How the good peasant overcame the cruel overseer.--The godson.--Croesus and Solon--Neglect a fire, and 'twill not be quenched
Contributor: University of California Libraries
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