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in this life; and he becomes " at times good and
calm, at times uneasy and not good." 2 In this
state he often wants to cry, 3 and only in time does
his condition become less agitated and sometimes
even entirely calm.

In the summer of 1898, Tolstoi was twice seri-
ously ill. After these illnesses he entered in his
Journal the joy of getting well and a clearness of
thinking. Soon after this he underwent new
spiritual experiences and in July, 1898, he again
considered going away from the conditions of life
in Yasnaya Polyana which were depressing and
which were against his philosophy. He then
wrote a letter to A. A. Jarnefelt and made a note
in the Journal that he has no strength to withstand
the customary temptation, 4 i. e. f the desire to go
away; it was to Jarnefelt that he turned with the
request to help him in his plan of going away which
he was then considering. But this time also,
" the temptation passed," as he wrote him later.
And again his life flowed on as before.

The thought of " going away " came to Tolstoi
more than once, both early and late, but he con-

1 December 13, 1897, page 182.

2 January 13, 1898, page 195.
8 April 12, 1898, page 219.
*July 17, 1898, page 244.



Appendix

sidered it a temptation because it would have been
spiritually much more easy for him to go away
than to refrain from this step. As he expressed
himself once, he believed that when there is a
doubt in one's soul, as to which one of two possible
steps one should take, then it were better to give
preference to that one in which there is the great-
est self-sacrifice.

In 1899, Tolstoi felt himself spiritually im-
proved and notwithstanding his severely under-
mined health, he occupied himself much and fruit-
fully with Resurrection. In the autumn of that
year he made the entry in the Journal, " I have
wrought for myself a calm which is not to be dis-
turbed : not to speak and to know that this is nec-
essary: that it is under these conditions one ought
to live." J

Only ten years later, the circumstances arose
which freed Tolstoi from the consciousness of the
moral responsibility to remain in the conditions of
his home life. And having come to the conclu-
sion of the absolute inevitability of going away, he
dared, only ten days before his end, to freely give
himself to his cherished wish to change the outer
conditions of his life.

1 September 28, 1899, page 277.



407



INDEX



INDEX



"About Patriotism," Tolstoi's

letter to Manson, pp. 19,

394; note 36.

Abrikosov, Kh. N., note 167.
Adam, Paul, p. 238; note 340.
Adult, the, a magazine, />.

193 ; note 280.
Africa, ^. 166.
Agatha Michailovna, maid to

Tolstoi's grandmother, p. 388.
Aggeev, Aphanasi, p. 162;

note 237.

Akime, peasant, p. 59.
Alexander I, Emperor, p. 182.
Alexander Petrovich, see Iv-

anov.

Alexeev, I, note 129.
Algerian Disciplinary Battal-
ion, note 380.
Ambrose, Holy Man of Op-

tina, p. 176; notes 257, 258.
America, pp. 14, 16, 241, 286;

notes 40, 96, 134, 177, 178,

221, 295, 343, 357.
American, the, see Hall.
Americans, the, p. 61.
Amsterdam, no/* 18.
Andrusha, see Tolstoi, A. L.,

Count.
Anna Karenin, Tolstoi's novel,

note 182.

Annenkov, K. N., note 104.
Annenkov, pp. 60, 144, 240,

243 ; notes 104, 177.
Aphremovs, landlords, p. 232;

note 323.

411



" Appendix, the " (by L. Tol-
stoi) to Chekhov's story,
Dushechka (Darling), note
177.

"Appendix, the" (by L. Tol-
stoi) to E. I. Popov's book,
Life and Death of E. N.
Drozhin, note 38.

Archer, p. 256; note 365.

Archives, Tolstoi's, manuscript
edition of the Nineties, notes
7. 167, 347.

Arensky, A. S., p. 96; note 154.

Aristophanes, p. 81.

Aristotle, p. 130.

Arkhangelsky, A. I., p. 113;
note 167.

Arkhangelsky, Andre Dimi-
trievich, />. 289; note 391.

" Aphorisms," Schopenhauer,
p. 8; note 24.

Arnold, Matthew, note 182.

Azov Sea, p. 218.



Baburino village, />. 59;

103.
Bach, Johann Sebastian, ^.

55, 103, 104, 128; note 153.
Bacon, Francis, p. 166.
"Ballade," Chopin's, p. 96.
Barcelona, no/? 144.
Bastyevo, station, p. 230; notes

311, 318.
Bausk, Province of Courland,

p. 389; note 173-



Index



Bavarian, the, p. 255.

Bazhenov, I. R., p. 6; note 17.

Beethoven, Ludvig, pp. 55, 60,
80, 102, 103, 128, 152.

Bedborough, editor of The
Adult, p. 193; note 280.

" Beginning of the End, the,"
article by L. Tolstoi (preface
to the letter of a Hollander),
PP> 70, 393J note 125.

Behrs, A. A., p. 186.

Behrs, S A. ("Stepa"), p.

122.

Beller, L. A., p. 160.
Benard, p. 130.
Berkeley, George, p. 75.
Black Sea, the, p. 218.
"Blunders of Fear, the," an

article by M. O. Menshikov,

p. 37 ; note 74.
Bieli, Constantine, see Zya-

brev.
Bielinsky, V. G., p. 43 ; note

79-

Bielopolie, Province of Khar-
kov, note 134.

" Bigarrure " by Arensky, p.
96.

Biography of L. N. Tolstoi,
compiled by I. P. Biriukov,
notes 2, 34, 85, 102, 114, 119,
180, 253.

Biriukov P. I. (Posha), pp. 7,
8, 53, 58, 108, 125, 127, 136,
145, 146, 185, 195, 230, 237,
389; notes 9, 19, 23, 137, 160,
173, 219, 236, 257, 297, 353,

384-
Bobriki, village, p. 228; note,

305-

Boccaccio, p. 223.
Bochkarev, p. 5; notes n, 14.
Bondarev, T. M., pp. 53, 185,

390; note 90.
Boulanger, P. A., pp. 95, 136,

144, 146, 160, 161, 171, 195,



237, 389; notes 34, 134, 150,

219.

Bourgas, Bulgardia, note 167.
Boyhood, Tolstoi's novel, note

119.

Brahmins, p. 75.
Brashnin, I. P., p. 219, 389;

note 301.
Bronnitsk, district of (Province

of Moscow), note 167.
Budapest, note 56.
Buddha, p. 81.
Bulakhov, P. A., pp. 144, 195;

note 211.

Bulgaria, p. 237; notes 46, 167.
" Bulletins of the Tolstoi Mu-
seum Society," note 145.
Buzuluk, district of (Province

of Samara), note 222.



California, note 134.
Canada, notes 357, 367, 375.
Carpenter, pp. 85, 206; note

'35-

" Carthago Delenda Est," ar-
ticle by L. Tolstoi, pp. 219,

222, 393 ; note 302.
Carus, editor, The Open Court,

p. 143 ; note 206.
" Catechism," see " Christian

Doctrine," The.
Caucasus, pp. 258, 390; notes

9, 195, 221, 240, 300, 357, 364,

367.
Chekhov, A. P., p. 186; note

177.

Cherinov, M. P., note 394.
Cherni (Province of Tula), p.

231 ; note 303.
Chernigovitz (Vishnecsky), F.

V., note 24.
Chernov, a Dukhobor, note

300.



412



Index



Chernishevsky, N. G., p. 43;
note 81.

Chertkov, A. C. (Galia), pp.
56, 174, 175, 181, 237; notes
34, 42, 97, 202, 230, 301, 338.

Chertkov, E. I., p. 149; note
226.

Chertkov, V. G., pp. 19, 25, 31,
61, 87, 89, 106, 124, 133, 140,
142, 144, 152, 153, 158, 160,
161, 173, 178, 181, 183, 186,

189, 195, 198, 226, 237, 247,
253, 256, 369, 393, 400; notes

34, 48, 54, 80, 160, 173, 176,

190, 192, 200, 219, 226, 229,
231, 234, 240, 264, 269, 278,
293, 300, 309, 312, 333, 343,
347, 355, 358, 365, 374, 37$,
381, 394-

Chertkovs (the "Exiles," "to
England," " from Eng-
land"), pp. 14, 56, 65, 70,
loo, 124, 139, 182, 233 ; notes
107, 174, 192, 197, 198, 203,
210, 273, 280, 282, 328, 354.

Chicago, notes 206, 343.

China, p. 212; note 353.

Chizhov, S. P., p. 185; note
270.

Chopin, p. 96.

Chorvatia, note 46.

Christ, pp. 13, 60, 64, 65, 81,
141, 169, 201, 221, 240, 243,
245, 276, 277, 397; notes in,
IS*,. 177, 192, 284, 372.

Christian, pp. 105, 221.

" Christian Doctrine, the," by
L. Tolstoi (" Catechism,"
"Declaration of Faith"),
pp. 5, 8, 14, 25, 29, 31, 32,

35, 37, 52, 56, 58, 61, 70, 74,
85, 87, 90, 262, 393, 398;
notes 4, 83, 95, 190, 108, 262.

Christianity, pp. 74, 85, 163,

164.. 213, 220, 221, 234.
" Chromatic Fantasy and



Fugue," by Bach, p. 96 ; note

'53-

Clara, St., note 177.

Collected Works of L. N. Tol-
stoi, edited by P. I. Biriukov,
published by Sytin, sub-
scribed edition (20 vol-
umes), notes 5, 27, in, 134,
160, 238, 297, 331; popular
edition (24 volumes), notes
5, 27, 64, in, 134, 1 60, 222,
238, 297.

Commander, the, of the Ekate-
rinograd (" Caucasian ")
Disciplinary Battalion, pp.
89, 394; note 137.

Commander, the, of the Irkutsk
Disciplinary Battalion, pp.
85, 3945 note 134.

" Concerning the Attitude to-
wards the State," by L. N.
Tolstoi, note 126.

" Contemporary Science," ar-
ticle by Carpenter, p. 85;
note 135.

Conversation with Nicodemus,
p. 40.

Copernicus, p. 83.

Corinthians, the message of the
Apostle Paul to the, p.
232.

Corneille, pp. 25, 30.

" Corpse, the," see " The Liv-
ing Corpse."

" Correspondence of L. N. Tol-
stoi with N. N. Strakhov,"
note 47.

" Correspondence of L. N. Tol-
stoi with the Countess A. A.
Tolstoi," note 176.

" Coupon," see The Forged
Coupon.

Cracow, note 53.

Crookes, William, p. 143 ; note
204.

Crosby, pp. 16, 19, 21, 144, 185,



413



Index



240, 394; notes 37, 40, 215,

296.
"Crucifix," duet by Faure, p.

104; note 162.
Cyprus, note 353, 357.

" Daily Bread," story by F. F.
Tischenko, p. 96; note 156.
Dante, Alighieri, p. 103.
Darwin, Charles, p. 74.
Davydov, N. V., p. 21 ; note

49-

Decadents, the, pp. 102, 144.
"Declaration of Faith, the,"

see " Christian Doctrine,

The."
Deibner, A., the publisher, note

36.

De-Kuh, note 233.
Demenka, village, p. 60; note

107.
Denisenko, E. S., Tolstoy's

niece, note 257.
Derzhavin, G. R., note 397.
Descartes Rene, pp. 83, 89.
Desert of Optin, the, notes 121,

257-258.
Devil, the, Tolstoy's story, note

346.

Dieterichs, the, pp. 237, 244.
Dieterichs, J. K., note 338.
Dieterichs, M. K., note 338.
Dieterichs, O. C., see Tolstoi,

O. C., Countess.
Divine and the Human, the,

Tolstoy's story, note 266.
Dobroliubov, N. A., p. 43 ; note

81.
Dolgoe, the town, p. 180; note

261.

Don, district of the, note 90.
Dragomirov, M. I., p. 91 ; note

145.
Drozhin, E. N., p. 16, notes

38, 207.
Dubrovin, M. N., p. 198.

414



Dubrovsky, p. 198.

Dukhobors, pp. 5, 91, 114, 117,
148, 193, 211, 222, 240, 243,
247. 253. 256, 269, 389, 390,
394, 395 ; notes 9, 130,
134, 144, 155, 160, 173, 77,

195, 2iq, 220, 221, 240, 279,

297, 300, 304, 312, 343, 346,

352, 357, 363, 364, 365, 367,

375, 381.

Dumas, Alexander, note 96.
Dunaev, A. N., pp. 6, 95, 136,

139, 237, 243; notes 15, 196,

301.
Duniasha, the peasant girl, p.

1 57-

Dushan, see Makovitsky.
Dvoriansky, A. P., the teacher,

P- 395-



Egorov, F. R. p. 388.

Egypt, note 37.

Ekaterinograd (" Caucasian ")
Disciplinary Battalion, The,
pp. 87, 89, 394; notes 137,
279.

Elias, the prophet, p. 64.

Engelhardt, M. A., p. 293 ; note
398.

England, pp. 14, 185, 212, 233,
240; notes 27, 31, 36, 38, 80,
91, 125, 130, 132, 160, 195,
197, 231, 240, 264, 269, 278,
297, 312, 321, 339, 342, 343,
353, 375, 379, 381.

Englishmen, The, p. 61, 166.

English papers, p. 211.

Epictetus, p. 242; note 261.

"Epilogue, the (by L. Tol-
stoi) to the appeal ' Help! ' "
pp. ico, 393; note 160.

Ergolsky, T. A., note 177.

Ertel, A. I., p. 21, note 50.

" L'Esthetique d'Aristotle,"
Benard, p. 130.



Index



Europe, />. 164.
Europeans, the, p. 71.
Evgeni Ivanovich, see Popov,

E. I.
Exiles the, see Chertkovs.



Factory hands, p. 100.

" Famine or No Famine," the
article by Tolstoi (" On the
People's Condition"), pp.
232, 236, 393 ; notes 321, 325,

335-

Famine-Stricken, The, pp. 222,
27, 390, 391, 395 J notes 303,
305, 306, 313, 320, 321, 325,

337, 382- .

Father Sergtus, a story by L.
Tolstoi, pp. 182, 233, 236,
*43, 392, 396 5 notes 177, 266,
327, 346.

Faure, Jean Baptiste, p. 104;
note 162.

Fet (Shenshin), A. A., p. 64;
notes 24, 114.

Fire Refugees, The, p. 60.

Francis of Assisi, note 177.

" Free Press, the," pp. 64, 270;
notes 7, 1297, 1298.

Free, Press, The, publishing
house of A. and V. Chertkov,
notes 4, 9, 3*. 38, 9*. 125,
126, 130, 132, 134, 1 60, 269,
312.

Frenchman, the, p. 6.

Forged Coupon, the, Tolstoi's
story (Coupon, The), pp.
182, 234, 296, 392, 397 ; notes
177, 244, 266, 329, 400.

Fortnightly Review, an Eng-
lish magazine, note 182.

Fortress of Peter and Paul, p.
389; note 192.

Four Gospels, harmonized,
translated and studied, Tol-
stoi's work, note 289.



Gaideburov, V. P., p. 240;

note 344.

Galia, see Chertkov, A. C.
Galileo, p. 83.
Gay, N. N., the artist, notes

80, 139.

Gay, N. N., the artist's son
("Kolechka," "Kolichka"), p.

87; notes 269, 271, 283.
Geneva, notes 18, 220.
Gendarme, p. 56; note 98.
Germans, the, pp. 144, 212,

273.

Germany, note 66.
George, Henry, p. 56; notes

37, ?6.

Georgia, the American agri-
cultural colony, pp. 211,

395! note 296.
Gibson, p. 395 ; note 296.
Gill's Factory, p. 33; note 70.
Ginzburg, I. J., p. 144; notes

138, 214.
" God," Derzhavin's Ode, note

397-
Goethe, Wolfgang, pp. 54, 103,

128 ; note 97.
Gogol, N. V., note 79.
Goldenweiser, A. B., pp. 96,

144; note 152.
Goldingen (government of

Courland), p. 389; note

173.
Golitsin, G. S., prince, p. 258;

note 367.
Gorbunov (Posadov), I. I., pp.

124, 199, 244; notes 37, 149,

167, 350.
Gorbunov, N. I., notes 149,

350.

Gorbunovs, pp. 95, 255.
Gorchakov, E. S., Princess, p.

100; note 157.
Goremykin, I. L., note 64.
Gorokhov, the landlord, note

261.



415



Ind



ex



Gospel in Brief, The, by L.

Tolstoy, note 215.
Gospels, the, pp. 60, 61, 128,

151, 166, 179, 263; note in.
Granovsky, T. N., p. 43 ; note

78.

Grave, p. 206, note 292.
Grevenhagen, the Dutch city,

note 233.
Grinevich, V. S., pp. 22, 395 ;

note 54.
Grinevka, the estate of Count

I. L. Tolstoi, pp. 221, 223,

225, 228, 230, 231; notes 303,

35, 323, 39i-
Grot, N. J., pp. 162, 163, 171,

173, 176, 199; notes ztf t 255,

265, 298.
Gubarevka, village, pp. 226,

228.
Gubonon ("The Teacher"),

/>. 226; note 314.
Gulenko, M. F., p. 199; note

286.

Gulliver, . 164.
Gusev, N. N., note 237.

Hadji-Murad, pp. 62, 70, 85,
136, 137, 152, 158, 164, 166,
172, 174, 182, 186, 195, 198,
210, 216, 219, 226, 230, 392,
396; notes 112, 122, 266.

Hadji, Murad, a Caucasian
mountaineer, pp. 62, 70, 182,
216; note 112.

Hague Peace Conference, note
378.

Hall ("American, the"), p.
125; note 178.

Heath, p. 149; note 225.

" Help ! " the appeal by P. I.
Biriukov, I. M. Tregubov,
and V. G. Chertkov, notes
160, 173.

Helsingfors, note 347.

Herzen, A. I., p. 43, note 80.



Hindus, the, pp. 71, 83.
History of Music, the, p. 103.
Holland, p. 7; note 233.
Hollander, the, see Vander-

veer.

Holy Scriptures, p. 128.
Homer, p. 103.
Hour of the Will of God, a

story by N. S. Lieskov, note

330.
" How to read Gospels and in

what is their essence," by L.

Tolstoi, pp. 61, 393 ; note

in.
Hungary, pp. 178, 389; notes

8, 45, 46, 259-

Igumnov, J. I. ("Julie"), p.
289 ; note 390.

Ilinsky, a landowner, p. 226;
note 308.

Ilya, Iliusha, see Tolstoi, I. L.,
Count.

" L'individu et la Societe," by
Jean Grave, p. 206.

Initials, the, substituting names
and surnames, see N, NN.

" International Tolstoi Al-
manac, the, on Tolstoi," com-
piled by P. A. Sergienko,
notes 56, 130, 178, 206.

Introduction to The Story of a
Mother by L. Tolstoi, note
266.

logo's Philosophy, by Viveka-
nanda, p. 71; note 127.

Irkutsk, note 134.

Irkutsk, the disciplinary bat-
talion of, p. 394; note 134.

Ivan Mikhailovich, see Tre-
gunov.

Ivanov, Alexander Petrovich,
p. 163 ; note 239.

Iversk, ikon of, p. 275.



416



Jacob, p. 81.



Index



Japan, p. 212.
Japanese, the, note 215.
Japanese, the (plural), pp. 74,

80.
Jarnefelt, A. A., pp. 244, 406;

note 347, 350.
Joseph, biblical, p. 81.
Juriev (Dorpat), a city, note

379-

Jushkova, N. M., p. 129; note
183.

Kalmikov, Mme. A. M., pp. 70,

87, 394; note 126.
Kaluga, note 350.
Kamenka, a village, p. 226 ;

note 305.

Kansas (in America), note 29$.
Kant, Immanuel, pp. 65, 75, 83 ;

note 115.
Karma, p. 152.
Kasatkin, N. A., pp. 144, 180;

no/? 214-243.

Kashai, in Hungary, note 8.
Katiusha Maslov, heroine of

Resurrection, see Maslov.
Kazan, pp. 46, 94, 163, 185;

notes 218, 232, 379.
Kaznacheecka, a village, note

237.
Kenworthy, pp. 5, 14, 19, 21,

25, 276; note 7.
Kh., Ml., />. 198.
Khaliavka, a peasant woman,

P- 59-
Kharkov, />. 5; notes 151, 209,

379-

Kharkov, Province of, notes
134, 240.

Khilkov, D. A., Prince, pp.
163, 165, 240, 253; note 240.

Khiriakov, A. M., note 34.

Khodinka, a square in Mos-
cow, pp. 58, 388; note 89.

Khodinka, a story by L. Tol-
stoi, no/f 89.



Kholevinsky, M. M., pp. 31,

388, 394; note 63.
Kiev, pp. 140, 243; no/ 129,

202, 270, 379.
Kingdom of God Within Us,

the, L. Tolstoi's book, note

291.
Kioto, a Japanese city, note

129.

Klein, I. Kh., note 233.
Knizliki, Niedeli, a magazine,

notes 74, 156, 246, 253.
Kolasha, Kolia, see Obolensky,

N. L., Prince.
Kolechka, Kolichka, see Gay,

N. M. son.

Konevsky see Resurrection.
Koni, A. F., pp. 100, 136; notes

23, 158, 192.

Konissi, D. P., p. 74; note 129.
Konius, Julius, and Leo Edu-

ardovich, p. 129; note 184.
Korni Vasiliev, a story by L.

Tolstoi, p. 397; note 266.
Kozlovka (or Kozlova Za-

sieka), a station, no/i 347.
Krapivensk, the district of,

notes 84, 261.

Kronstad, John of, see Sergiev.
Kudinenko, F., p. 20, note 43.
Kudriavtsev, M. F., p. 100;

note 159.
Kukevka, a village, #. 230;

note 305.
Kukin (from Chekhov's Du-

shechka), note 177.
Kursk, Province of, note 38.
Kuzminsky, A. M., p. 91 ;

note 22, 145.
Kuzminsky, T. A. ("Aunt

Tania"), pp. 8, 246; note

22.

Kuzminsky, V. A., p. 253 ; note
359-



Lao-Tse, no/? 129.



417



Index



Langlet ("The Swede"), p.

150; note 227.
Lawyer, p. 60.
Leaflets of the Free Press, a

publication by A. and V.

Chertkov, notes 27, 45, 279,

321, 377-
Lebon, p. 212.
Leipzig, note 284.
Letter to M. A. Engelhardt, A.

( " On Non-resistance " ) ,

note 398.
"Letter to the Italians, a"

("On Abyssinians"), by L.

Tolstoi, pp. 29, 393; note

59-

" Letter to the Liberals, a," by
L. Tolstoi ("To Mme.
Kalmikov"), pp. 70, 87,
394; note 126.

"Letter to the Officer, a," by
L. Tolstoi, pp. 270, 395;
note 377.

" Letter to a Peasant, a," by L.
Tolstoi, note 96.

" Letter to the Russian Public,
a," ("On Dukhobors"),
note 297.

" Letter to the Swedish News-
papers, a" ("On the Noble
prize and the Dukhobors,"
" The Swedish Letter," " To
Stockholm"), by L. Tolstoi,
pp. 148, 149, 158, 395; note
220.

Letter to the Swedish papers, a,
P' 27t 395 ; note 278.

Letters to Count Tolstoi to His
Wife, p. 404; notes 66, 129,
155, 179, 199, 242. 250, 251,
265, 303, 310.

Letters (unpublished), frag-
ments of these letters are
cited in the editorial notes.

Leo, see Tolstoi, L. L., Count.

Leontev, B. N., p. 146.



418



Levitsky, the landlord, pp. 232,

391; note 323.
Liapunov, V. D. ("Viaches-

lav"), pp. 160, 199; notes

236, 288.

Liberals, the, p. 272.
Lieskov, N. S., p. 235 ; note 330.
Light that Shines in Dark-
ness, The, Tolstoi's drama

("Drama"), pp. 14, 19, 20,

29, 85, 113, 141, 392, 402;

note 35.
Lindenberg, G. R., p. 226;

notes 313, 314.
" Living Corpse, the," Tolstoi's

play ("The Corpse"), p.

186.

Lombroso, Caesar, p. 146.
London, notes 7, 80, 194.
Longinov, V. V., p. 144; note

204.
Lopashino, a village, />. 223 ;

note 305.
Love for the Good, p. 244;

note 349.
Lvov (Lemberg), the capital of

Galicia, note 240.



Magdalene, note 177.
Maklakov, A. A., note 213.
Maklakov, V. A., note 213.
Maklakovs, pp. 144, 146.
Makovitzky, D. P. (" Du-

shan"), pp. 20, 175, 178;

note 45, 259.
Malikov, A. K., p. 210; note

295.
Mallarme, Stephane, p. 54;

note 93.

Malory, Lucy, note 177.
Manager of the Moscow Little

Theatre, note 10.
Manchuria, note 353.
Manson (" The Englishman"),

PP- 14, 394! note 36.



Index



Maria (a peasant woman), />.

59-

Maria Alexandrovna, see
Schmidt, M. A.

Maria Nicholaevna, see Tol-
stoi, M. N.

Marx, A. F., the publisher,
notes 346, 362.

Marx, Karl, pp. 33, 248.

Marxists, the, p. 248.

Mary, p. 252; note 177.

Masha, see Obolensky, M. N.
Princess.

Mashenka, see Tolstoi, M. N.,
Countess.

Maslov, Katiusha, heroine of
The Resurrection (Konev-
sty), PP- 51, "3; notes 6,

1 66.

Materialists, the, pp. 83, 242.
Maude, A. F., pp. 139, 144,

167, 173, 175, 176, i9s; notes
194, 254.

Mayak, the, children's maga-
zine, note 102.

Mediterranean, the, p. 218.

Medusov, p. 100.

Meletie, the archbishop of Ria-
zan, note 218.

Menshikov, M. O., pp. 37, 167,
173, 199, 236, 240; notes 74,
246, 253.

" Menteur," by Corneille, p. 30.

Michael- Angelo, pp. 55, 103.

Mikhailo, a harness-maker,

** 53, 5*.
Mikhail's Ford, a village, p.

228; note 305.
Miklukha-Maklai, N. N., p.

1 66; note 243.
Minister of the Interior, the

(I. L. Goremykin ),' pp. 31,

394; notes 64, 126, 304.
Minister of Justice, the (N. V.

Muraviev), pp. 31, 3945
64.



Minusinsk, district of (Prov-
ince of Yeniseisk), note 90.

Mohammed, p. 92.

Molokans, the, pp. 148, 149,
395 ; notes 222, 223, 224, 232.

Moscow, pp. 8, 14, 19, 20, 21,
*4, 3, 35, 53, 90, 95, 96, 99,
IQO, 101, 107, 109, 117, 136,
137, 139, 163, 171, 176, 180,
181, 183, 185, 186, 189, 194,
198, 199, 202, 206, 210, 213,

219, 222, 269, 286, 291, 292,
296, 388, 398; notes 13, 28,
29, 49, 57, 61, 71, 78, 88, 129,
152, 157, 163, 213, 221, 235,
238, 239, 256, 262, 265, 286,
301, 304, 347, 369.
Moscow, Court of, notes 40,

53, 398-

Moses, pp. 74, 92, 243, 245.

Morosov, V. S., a peasant from
Yasnaya Polyana, note 102.

Mother's Notes, a, by L. Tol-
stoi, note 266.

Mtsensk, Province of, p. 230;
note 317.

Muraviev, N. V., note 64.

Myasoyedov, G. G., p. 32; note
68.



N, an army officer, p. 53.

N, the artist, who refused to

enter military service, pp.

9, 20, 53 ; note 29.
N, the journalist, p. 21.
N, a revolutionist, p. 35.
N, " a type for a drama," p.

135-

N, NN (as written by Tolstoi
in the original), pp. 273, 270.

N, NN, A, B, V, G, Z, (the
initials, substituted for the
names omitted by the edi-
tors), pp. 37, 53, 58, 60, 98,
102, 129, 131, 135, 142, 147,



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160, 181, 183, 187, 205, 237,

245. ?5 ; notes 234, 264.
Nagornov, N. M., pp. 19, 20,

388 ; note 42.
Nagornov, V. V., Tolstoi's

niece ("Varia") p. 228;

notes 42, 257.
Nakashidze, I. P., Prince, pp.

114, 136, 198.
Napoleonic Wars, p. 212.
Nazarenes, the, p. 20; note

33-
Nekhliudov, Dimitri, hero of

Resurrection, Konevsky, p.

113 ; notes 6, 166.
New Collection of Letters of L.

N. Tolstoi, compiled by P.

S. Sergienko, notes 53, 398.
New Guinea, note 243.
Newton, Isaac, p. 83.
New York, p. 95, notes 127,

215, 388.

Nietzche, Friedrich, p. 163.
Nicholaev, in Kazan, p. 185.
Nicholaev Grigori, an outlaw,

PP. 155, 396.

Nicholaev, note 96.

Nicholas, see Tolstoi, N. N.,
Count.

Nicholas II, Alexandrovich,
ex-Emperor, pp. 21, 149, 395;
notes 49, 225.

Nicholas I, Pavlovich, Em-
peror, p. 43.

Nicholskoe, estate of the
counts Olsuphiev, pp. 24, 29,
30, 117, 123, 124, 125, 127,
129, 132, 133, 134, 135, 391;
notes 55, 191.

Nicholskoe, estate of Count S.
L. Tolstoi, p. 228 ; note

3"-

Niva, a magazine (No. 51) p.

296; notes 346, 352, 392, 399.
Nobel, Alfred, p. 148 ; note

220.



Nobel prize, pp. 148, 395 ; notes
220, 227.

Notes of a Madman, by L. Tol-
stoi, pp. 109, 113, 392, 396;
note 165.

Nov, a newspaper, note 129.

Novaia, Alexandria, note 379.

Novikov, the brother of M. P.
Novikov, pp. 31, 143, 163.

Novikov, M. P., pp. 31, 143,
144, 160; notes 61, 205.

Novoe Vremia, a newspaper,
notes 74, 147, 182, 204, 253.

Obdorsk (government of To-
bolsk), notes 130, 300, 364.

" Obnovlenie," a publishing
firm, notes 125, 126, 134, 377.

Obolensky, E. V., princess, Tol-
stoi's niece, p. 262 ; notes 257,
370.

Obolensky, N. L., prince, Tol-
stoi's son-in-law, " Ko-
lasha," " Kolia,' pp. 5, 142,
233, 262, 277, 292, 389, 405 ;
notes 12, 32, 60, 199, 201, 290.

Obolensky, M. L., Princess,
Tolstoi's daughter " Mesha,"
pp. 14, 23, 53, 85, too, 140,
142, 185, 194, 262, 228, 233,
237, 245, 256, 277, 292, 389;
notes 12, 32, 54, 105, 131, 193,

198, 2OI.

Odessa, pp. 182, 397; note 379.

Ohne Staat, a German news-
paper, note 56.

Olga, see Tolstoi, O. C.,
Countess.

Olkhovik, P. V., pp. 85, 394;
note 134.

Olsuphiev, A. M., Countess, p.
132; note 190.

Olsuphiev, A. V., Count, p.
149; note 224.

Olsuphiev, M. A., Count, pp.
129, 391 ; notes 185, 391.



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Olsuphievs, the Counts, pp. 21,
24, "5, 3?i ; notes 48, 55.

" On Abyssinians," an article
by Tolstoi, see " Letter to the
Italians."

On a Cart, a story by Chekhov,
p. 186.

" On Art," see What is Art?

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