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Dagboek por Sofia Tolstoj
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Dagboek (original 1978; edição 1984)

por Sofia Tolstoj

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"[A] testament to a great spirit, a woman who lived in terrifying proximity to one of the greatest writers of all time, and who understood exactly the high price she would have to pay for this privilege." --Jay Parini, author of The Last Station   Translated by Cathy Porter and with an introduction by Nobel Laureate Doris Lessing,The Diaries of Sofia Tolstoy chronicles in extraordinary detail the diarist's remarkable marriage to the legendary man of letters, Count Leo Tolstoy, author of War and Peace and Anna Karenina. Set against the backdrop of Russia's turbulent history at the turn of the 20th century, The Diaries of Sofia Tolstoy offers a fascinating look at a remarkable era, a complicated artist, and the extraordinary woman who stood at his side.… (mais)
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Título:Dagboek
Autores:Sofia Tolstoj
Informação:Amsterdam De Arbeiderspers cop. 1984
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sad. she was so busy, so unappreciated. she discovered her husband loved another man. she wanted to save him from eternal damnation. she looked after his properties, wrote out his compositions, looked after 12? children without much help. ( )
  mahallett | Mar 10, 2016 |
Sofia was very upset with Tolstoy for many years as he seemed to be in love with a man. She felt she had to stop this so she kept on and on and on and on. ( )
  mahallett | Feb 28, 2016 |
"The rocks in her head fitted the holes in his"


This is a difficult book to review, as many people have pointed out, because a a diary meant for only Sofia's eyes that served (as she herself pointed out) as a vent in dealing with her admittedly impossible husband suffers from distortion and bias. It unfortunately was also sporadically set aside as events grew too difficult for even Sofia to write down, particularly as depression and illness left her poorly equipped to write about the turmoil of early revolutionary Russia. If one can wade through the hysterical outbursts (which start on page one when Leo very unwisely reveals his bachelor sins to his very unworldly teenage fiancee) the reader can have a rewarding view of the seasons's turnings in 19th century Russia, the sheer work in keeping a manor house running, and a portrait of a mutally dependent, psychologically unhealthy marriage. ( )
  gaeta1 | Nov 9, 2013 |
"The rocks in her head fitted the holes in his"This is a difficult book to review, as many people have pointed out, because a a diary meant for only Sofia's eyes that served (as she herself pointed out) as a vent in dealing with her admittedly impossible husband suffers from distortion and bias. It unfortunately was also sporadically set aside as events grew too difficult for even Sofia to write down, particularly as depression and illness left her poorly equipped to write about the turmoil of early revolutionary Russia. If one can wade through the hysterical outbursts (which start on page one when Leo very unwisely reveals his bachelor sins to his very unworldly teenage fiancee) the reader can have a rewarding view of the seasons's turnings in 19th century Russia, the sheer work in keeping a manor house running, and a portrait of a mutally dependent, psychologically unhealthy marriage. ( )
  gaeta | Aug 31, 2011 |
"The rocks in her head fitted the holes in his"This is a difficult book to review, as many people have pointed out, because a a diary meant for only Sofia's eyes that served (as she herself pointed out) as a vent in dealing with her admittedly impossible husband suffers from distortion and bias. It unfortunately was also sporadically set aside as events grew too difficult for even Sofia to write down, particularly as depression and illness left her poorly equipped to write about the turmoil of early revolutionary Russia. If one can wade through the hysterical outbursts (which start on page one when Leo very unwisely reveals his bachelor sins to his very unworldly teenage fiancee) the reader can have a rewarding view of the seasons's turnings in 19th century Russia, the sheer work in keeping a manor house running, and a portrait of a mutally dependent, psychologically unhealthy marriage. ( )
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8th October. My diary again. It's sad to be going back to old habits I gave up since I got married.
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"[A] testament to a great spirit, a woman who lived in terrifying proximity to one of the greatest writers of all time, and who understood exactly the high price she would have to pay for this privilege." --Jay Parini, author of The Last Station   Translated by Cathy Porter and with an introduction by Nobel Laureate Doris Lessing,The Diaries of Sofia Tolstoy chronicles in extraordinary detail the diarist's remarkable marriage to the legendary man of letters, Count Leo Tolstoy, author of War and Peace and Anna Karenina. Set against the backdrop of Russia's turbulent history at the turn of the 20th century, The Diaries of Sofia Tolstoy offers a fascinating look at a remarkable era, a complicated artist, and the extraordinary woman who stood at his side.

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