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ple," see " Famine or no
Famine."

On Life, Tolstoi's book, notes

37 178-

On Life, transcript by Hall, p.
125; note 178.

" On Science," see " Preface to
Carpenter's article ' Contem-
porary Science.' "

" On War," an article by Tol-
stoi, p. 393 ; note 146.

" On War," a French pamphlet,

P-7-

" On Whipping," see " Shame."
" Only Possible Solution of the

Land Problem, the," Tolstoi's

article, note 96.
Open Court, The, a magazine,

note 206.
Orel, note 295.
Orenburg, note 63.
Ossipov, Peter, a peasant from

Yasnaya Polyana, p. 165;

note 241.
Ovsiannikovo, T. L., Sukhotin's

estate, pp. 6, 245; notes xx,

130, 350.



P., p. 218.

Paris, p. 216; note 87.
Pascal, Blaise, pp. 15, 273.
Pashkov Sect., p. 189; note 226.
Paths of Life, by L. Tolstoi,

p. 2; note 289.
"Patriotism or Peace?" set

" About Patriotism."

421



Paul, the apostle, p. 232; note

249.

Pavlenkov, F. F., note 398.
Peasant-Poet, from Kazan, p.

163-

Perer, p. 32.

Perfiluv, V. S., p. 105 ; note 163.

Persianninov, pp. 72, 182, 396.

Peter bur gskaia Viedomosti, a
newspaper, pp. 158, 160, 211,
395 ; note s 222-232.

Pet., p. 195.

Petrograd (St. Petersburg), pp.
124, 391; notes 47, 90, 138,
145, .174, 176, 192, 30, 379-

Petrovich, p. 182; note 397.

Pharisov, A. L, p. 210.

Phedoseev, N. I., p. 193; note
279.

Philosophov, N.A., p. 9 ; note 30.

Pickard, Elizabeth, />. 240 ; note
342.

Pirogovo, Count S. N. Tolstoi's
estate, pp. 52, 60, 85, 163,
246, 262, 269, 391 ; note 84.

Planidin, P. V., Dukhobor, note
300.

Plato, p. 95.

" Ploughman, the," a poem by
V. D. Liapunov, p. 199; note
288.

Podsolnechnaia, note 55.

"Politics," Aristotle's, p. 131;
note 187.

Poltava, note 314.

Popov, E. I. (" Evgeni Ivano-
vich"), pp. 143, 199, 205,
217; notes 38, 207.

Posha, see Biriukop, P. I.

" Posrednik," a Moscow pub-
lishing firm, notes i, 9, 19,
2 1 , 75, 96, 102, 115, 119, 135,
149, 150, 167, 182, 259, 286,
357, 366.

" Posrednik," a Slavonian pub-
lishing firm, p. 178 ; note 259.



Index



Posthumous Literary Works of
L, N. Tolstoi, published by
A. L. Tolstoi, notes 89, 112,
165, 244.

" Posthumous Notes of the
Monk, Fedor Kuzmich, the,"
by L. Tolstoi, p. 396 ; note
266.

Power of Darkness, the, Tol-
stoi's drama, p. 18; note 10.

Pozdniakov, V. N. ("The
Dukhobor"), p. 256; note
364.

Preface by L. Tolstoi, to the
English edition of What is
Artf p. 211 ; note 393.

Preface (by L. Tolstoi) to the
work of T. M. Bondarev,
note 90.

Preface (by L. Tolstoi) to
Carpenter's article, " Con-
temporary Science " (" On
Science," "Carpenter"), pp.
161, 165, 167, 171, 175, 206,
393; note 135.

Prescriptions, pp. 83, 88, 171,
403.

Priest, the, p. 185.

Problems of Philosophy and
Psychology, notes 129, 169,
238, 265, 268, 278, 298.

Progress, as an Evolution of
Cruelty, a book by M. A.
Engelhardt p. 293 ; note

39.

Pruiravin, A. S., note 222.
Public Library in Moscow, the,

p. 136.
Public Library in Petersburg,

the, note 138.
Pugachev, p. 277.
Purleigh, a town in England,

note 194.



Rachinsky, S. A., p. 27; note
57-

Rakhmanov, V. V., note 140.

Raphael, pp. 103, 128.

Razin, Stenka., p. 277.

Reading Circle, the, by L. Tol-
stoi, notes 167, 177, 366, 387.

Religion des Geistes, die, Ger-
man magazine, note 56.

Repine, I. E., pp. 93, 194; notes
147, 282.

Resurrection, Tolstoi's novel

(Konevsky), pp. 5, 6, 21, 51,
58, 85, 113, 182, 243, 245, 246,
252, 256, 258, 262, 269, 270,
277, 283, 286, 289, 292, 296,
39, 392. 397, 407; notes i,
23, 96, 158, 190, 266, 342, 346,
362, 371, 374, 376, 381.

" Resurrection of Hell and its
Destruction, the," a legend
by L. Tolstoi, pp. 182, 195,
397; notes 266, 284.

Revolutionaries, the, p. 272.

Riazan, the Province of, note
303.

Riga, note 379.

Robinson, a teacher, p. 185.

Rostovtzev, M. N., p. 247 ; note

354-

Rostovtzev, N. D., note 354.

Rozanov, V. V., p. 173 ; note
253.

Rusanov, G. A., pp. 95, 182;
notes 151, 180.

Rusanovs, p. 183.

Russ, a newspaper, note 321.

Russki Trud, a magazine, p.
236; note 336.

Russkia Viedomosti, a news-
paper, pp. 222, 390, 395;
notes 218, 304, 390, 395.



Quakers, notes 221, 342, 353.



S., see Tolstoi, S. A., countess.
Safonova, a village, p. 133;
note 191.



422



Index



Sakia-Muni, p. 81.

Salomon, K. A., pp. 53, 160;

note 87.
Samara, the Province of, pp. 58,

396; notes 102, 222.
Samara, p. 148.
Sasha, see Tolstoi, A. L.,

Countess.
Schmidt, Eugene, pp. 25, 85,

87, 394; note 56.
Schmidt, M. A. (" Maria Alex-

androvna"), pp. 6, 8, 162,

165, 172, 292; notes 13, 177,

252.
Schopenhauer, Arthur, pp. 8,

400; note 24.

Sectarians, />. 252; note 218.
Seminary student, p. 53.
Sereda, Cyril, p. 394; HO/*

134-
Serezha, see Tolstoi, S. L.,

Count.
Serezha, see Tolstoi, S. N.,

Count.
Sergei, see Tolstoi, S. N.,

Count.
Sergienko, P. A., notes 53, 56,

130, 178, 206.
Sergiev, I. I. (Kronstad), p.

57; note 99.
"Sergius," see "Father Ser-

gius."

Servia, note 46.
Shakespeare, William, pp. 55,

103, 128, 138, 152; note 94.
Shameful, an article by Tolstoi
(on whipping), pp. 8, 393;

notes 27, 50.

Shamordin (Province of Ka-
luga, "The Monastery"),

PP- 7> 39 1 5 notes 121, 257.
Sharapov, S. F., note 336.
Shelkovo, a village, p. 135 ;

note 191.
Shenshins, the landlords, pp.

69, 142; note 1 1 8.



Shidlovsky, a peasant, #. 140;

note 202.
Shkarvan, A. A., pp. 5, 7, 10,

32, 53; notes 8, 31, 91, 233.
Shokhor-Trosky, K. S., note

90.

Shorin, Mme., p. 132; note 189.
Should it really be so? an arti-
cle by Tolstoi, note 315.
Siaskov, M. V. (Maria Vasili-

evna), p. 8; note 21.
Siberia, p. 390; note-f 90, 134,

218, 237, 270, 279, 364.
Sidorovo, a village, ^. 226 ;

note 305.
Sieverni Viestnik, a magazine,

##. 161, 207; note* 53, 135.
Siegfried, Wagner's opera, pp.

31, 388; note 65.
Sinet, p. 270; note 380.
Siutaev, V. K., note 90.
Smolensk, the Province of,

note 211.
Sobolev, M. N., p. 144; note

214.
Social Gospel, an American

magazine, note 296.
Socialists, pp. 16, 213, 214, 272,

275.
Soloviev, S. M., p. 188; note*

277.
Solovievs, Vladimir and Vse-

volod Sergeevich, note 277.
Sonya, see Tolstoi, S. N.,

Countess.

Sophocles, p. 81; note 103.
Sopotsko, M. A., pp. 22, 394;

note 52.
Sovremennik, a magazine

edited by Chernishevsky,

note 81.
Spielhagen, Friedrich, p. 16;

note 38.
Spier, A. A., pp. 31, 32, 35, 56,

US, 3^8, 400; notes 66, 67,

169.



423



Index



Spiritualists, p. 188.

St., p. 195.

St. John, p. 49.

St. John, A. K., p. 148; note

221.
St. Thomas, L. Tolstoi's tutor,

p. 69; note 119.
Stakhovich, A. A., note 212.
Stakhoviches, />. 144.
Stakhovich, M. A., pp. 145,

226, 253 ; note 212.
Stakhovich, S. A., note 212.
Stasov, V. V., pp. 87, 124, 194;

note 138.

Stcheglov, I. L., note 185.
Stead, William, note 342.
" Step by Step " people, p. 214.
Stockholm, p. 158; notes 71,

220.

Stockholms Dagbladet, a Swed-
ish newspaper (Tagblatt

Stokholm), p. 150.
" Stones, the," a legend by

L. Tolstoi, note 387.
Storozhenko, N. I., p. 180; note

262.

Storozhenko, O. I., p. 388.
Strakhov, N. F. (" Natasha

Strakhova"), p. 52; note

82.
Strakhov, N. N., pp. 20, 37, 228,

388; notes 47, 76, 316.
Strakhov, Th. A., pp. 37, 185 ;

note* 75 77, 82.
Students, from Kharkov, p. 5.
Student Movement of 1899, the,

p, 270; note 379.
Sudakova, Shenshins' estate,

note 1x8.
Sudzha (the Province of

Kursk), note 38.
Sukhotin, M. S., L. Tolstoi's

son-in-law, p. 390; note 62.
Sukhotin, T. L., L. Tolstoi's

daughter ("Tania"), pp.

31, 60, 129, 133, 136, 167, 173,



194, 237, 262; note* ii, 13,

62, 71, 144, 185.
Suller, see Suller Zhitsky.
Sullerzhitsky, L. A. ("Sul-
ler"), pp. 199, 253, 258;

noteJ 287, 357, 367.
Sumsk, the district of (Province

of Kharkov), notes 134, 240.
Sverbeev, D. D., p. 32; note 69.
Svobodnaia Mysl, a magazine

edited by P. I. Biriukov, note

220.

Swede, the, see Langlet.
Swedes, the, note 378.
Sweden, p. 35; note* 71, 326.
" Swedish Letter, the," see

"Letter to the Swedish

Papers."

Swift, Jonathan, p. 95.
Switzerland, p. 237; note 46.
Sytin, I. D., note 5.



Tagblatt Stokholm, see Stok-

holms Dapbladet.
Tania, see Sukhotin, T. L.
Tanyeev, Sergei Ivanovich, pp.

53, 66; notes 88, 117.
Tarovat, p. 199.
"Teaching of the Twelve

Apostles, the," p. 71 ; note

128.
" Thousand and One Nights,

the," p. 288.
" Three Problems," a story by

L. Tolstoi, note 331.
Tiflis, p. 5; note* 9, 155.
Tischenko, F. F., p. 96; note

156.

Tod, the Hindu, p. 71.
Tolbolsk, Province of, note*

130, 364.
Tolstoi, A. A., Countess, L.

Tolstoi's aunt, p. 124; notes

94, 176.
Tolstoi, A. L., Countess, L. Tol-



424



Index



stoi's daughter ("Sasha"),
p. 194; notes 71, 283.

''Tolstoi Annual, 1913," notes
90, 258.

Tolstoi, A. I., Count, L. Tol-
stoi's son (" Andrusha "), p.
143 ; note 208.

Tolstoi, D. F., Countess, born
Vesterlund, wife of Count
L. I. Tolstoi, pp. 70, 144;
notes 71, 123, 216, 326.

Tolstoi, I. L., Count, L. Tol-
stoi's son ("Idya," " Ili-
usha"), pp. 14, 70, 143, 150,
277, 39i; notes 30, 33, 85,
123, 208, 303, 322.

Tolstoi, L. L., Count, L. Tol-
stoi's son ("Leo"), pp. 70,
146; notes 71, 98, 123, 216,
326, 332.

Tolstoi, M. K., Countess, born
Rachinsky, first wife of
Count S. L. Tolstoi, p. 70;
notes 57, 123.

Tolstoi, M. L., Count, L.
Tolstoi's son, notes 71,
214.

Tolstoi, M. L., see Obolensky,
M. L.

Tolstoi, M. N., Countess, L.
Tolstoi's sister (" Ma-
shenka," " Maria Nicho-
laevna"), pp. 176, 246, 253,
291 ; notes 121, 257, 352, 358,
370.

Tolstoi, M. S., Countess, L.
Tolstoi's niece (" the
girls"), p. 53; note 86.

Tolstoi Museum in Petrograd,
note 223.

Tolstoi, N. N., Count, L. Tol-
stoi's brother ("Nicholai"),
p. 173; note 253.

Tolstoi, O. C., Countess, born
Ditterichs, first wife of Count
A. L. Tolstoi ("Olga"), pp.



158, 277, 289; notes 231, 338,
389, 394-

Tolstoi, S. A., Countess L. Tol-
stoi's wife ("S," "Sonya,"
"Wife"), pp. 5, 8, 10, 35,
68, 70, 86, 124, 125, 136, 150,
163, 172, 226, 231, 243, 245,
246, 256, 283, 286, 374, 404;
notes 3, 66, 71, 96, 121, 129,
199, 242, 258, 303, 359, 365,
374, 404.

Tolstoi, S. L., Count, L. Tol-
stoi's son ("Serezha"), pp.
70, 86, 223, 226, 258, 292;
notes 57, 96, 12-5, 135, 136,
257, 3", 367-

Tolstoi, S. N., Count, L. Toi-
stoi's brother ("Sergei,"
"Serzha," "Brothers"), pp.
52, 60, 85, 246, 276, 286, 391 ;
notes 65, 84, 85, 86, no, 133,
351, 360.

Tolstoi, S. N., Countess, born
Philosophov, wife of Count
I. L. Tolstoi ("Sonya,"
" Daughter-in-Law "), pp.
70, 232, 277; notes 30, 123,
322, 385.

Tolstoi, T. L., Countess, see
Sukhotin, T. L.

Tolstoi, Vera S., Countess, L.
Tolstoi's niece ("The
Girls"), pp. 53, 253; note
86.

Tolstoi, V. P., Count, the hus-
band of L. Tolstoi's sister,
note 257.

Tolstoyanism, p. 178.

Tomsk, note 379.

Transvaal, note 395.

Tregubov, I. M. ("Ivan
Mikhailovich "), pp. 93, 133,

35, 139, 183, 145, 146, 181,
185, 195, 198, 253, 389, 393;
notes 148, 160, 173, 195, 196,
219.



425



Index



Trilby, p. 25.

Trophime, a peasant, p. 59.

Trubetzkoi, S. N., Prince, p.

181 ; note 265.
Tsurikovs, the landlords, pp.

226, 232; note 308.
Tula, pp. S3, 69, 89, 174, 195,

198; notes 63, 98, 236, 325.
Tula District Court, notes 49,

237-

Tula, the Province of, pp. 390,
391 ; notes 61, 84, 236, 261,

303.

Tver, pp. 19, 198 ; note 41.
" Two Wars," the article by L.

Tolstoi, p. 393.
Typist, the, p. 148.

Ukhtomsky, E. E., Prince, p.
236; note 334.

U ma risk, the district of (Prov-
ince of Kiev), note 270.

United States of America, notes
36, 37, 46-

Ursin, M., see Zdiekhovsky,
M. E.

Usev, P. S., note 394.

Vanderveer (" The Hol-
lander"), pp. 70, 89, 146,
163 ; notes 124, 125.

Van-Duyl, note 18.

Varia, see Nagornova.

Vegetarian Review, the maga-
zine, note 13.

Venezuela, note 36.

Verigin, P. V., a Dukhobor, pp.
75, 3945 notes 9, 130, 300,
364.

Verkholensk, p. 193; note 134.

Verus, note 284.

Viatka, the village of, p. 94.

Viazemskv, Prince, p. 185.

Viestnik Evropa, p. 236.

Vietrova, M. F., pp. 136, 389;
note 192.

426



Virgil, p. 128.

Vivekananda, Svami, note \VJ.

Vladimir, the ikon of, p. 165.

Vladivostok, notes 17, 134.

Voronezh, the disciplinary bat-
talion of, note 38.

Voronezh, the prison of, note
3.

Volkonsky, G. M., Prince, p.

395-

Vrede, a Dutch magazine, note
124.

Wagner, Richard, pp. 31, 388;
note 65.

Walz, p. 6 ; note 10. "

JFar Against War, Stead's
magazine, note 342.

Westerlund, Ernest, p. 233;
note 326.

Westrup, p. 286; ote 388.

What is Art? L. Tolstoi's book
on art, pp. 88, 90, 96, 117,
120, 125, 127, 129, 136, 137,
139, 14, 144. 1 45, ISO, 160,
161, 162, 163, 174, 175, 178,
180, 181, 182, 185, 195, 199,
206, 393, 398, 400; notes 65,
93, 142, 181, 238, 247, 254,
255, 265, 267, 268, 269, 278.

What is my Faith, Tolstoi's
book, p. 31.

What Then Shall W Do? L.
Tolstoi's book, note 90.

" Where is Thy Brother? " the
article by V. G. Chertkov, p.
226; note 312.

" Where is the Way Out? " the
article by Tolstoi, note 315.

"Who is Right?" Tolstoi's
story, pp. 5, 392; note 5.

"Whom to Serve?" the book
by A. I. Arkhangelsky, p.
113; note 167.

Willard, p. 240; note 343.

Witte, S. I., p. 91 ; note 145.



Index



Women, Tolstoi's attitude to-
ward them, note 177.

" Works of the St. Petersburgh
Philosophic Society," note
189.

Works of Count L. N. Tolstoi,
published by Countess S. A.
Tolstoi, note 398.

Workingman from Tula, a, />.

53-
Workingman, the, p. 57.



Yakutsk, note 270.

Yakutsk, the region of, pp.

256, 390; note 134.
Yaremichov, p. 59.
Yaroshenko, N. A., p. 124; note

175-

Yasenki, a post-office branch,
pp. 35, 142, 160, 161, 167,
172.

Yasnaya, Polyana, pp. 3, 4, 5,
7, 3i, 32, 33. 34, 35, 37, 52,
56, 58, 59, 60, 68, 70, 74, 78,
85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 93, 136,



139, 140, 142, 143, 144, 145,
146, 148, 149, 150, 158. 159,
160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165,
167, 168, 171, 173, 174, 175,
177, 232, 236, 237, 240, 243,
245, 253, 256, 258, 262, 265,
269, 270, 275, 276, 277, 283,
286, 289, 388, 390, 394, 406.
Yeniseisk, the government of,
note 90.



Zakaz, the forest near Yasnaya
Polyana, />. 58, note 101.

Zakharin, G. A., p. 176; note
256.

Zanini, pp. 90, 96; notes 144,

55-
Zdiekhovski, M. E., p. 22 ; note

S3-

Zhebelev, S. A., note 187.
Zyabrev, C. N., a peasant from

Yasnaya Polyana ("Bieli"),

p. 6; note 16.
Zyabrev, A. T., a peasant from

Yasnaya Polyana, note 16.



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