Analysis Of The Uniqueness In Leo Tolstoy’s Critically Acclaimed Novel War And Peace
A masterpiece War and Peace a famous Russian masterpiece written by Leo Tolstoy in the year 1865-1867 and was firstly published 130 years ago (Murphy, 2016) and of 1225 pages.
The novel remained world acclaimed and is known for practicality of real life that he observed through his entire career. The realism of Leo’s novel showing the knowledge and expertise he was gifted from nature and his personal observations during his own participation in the war. He inspired his idea with using Napoleon’s war strategies and fictitious events.
As the French, Russian war happened a few decades earlier and was eye catching for the readers. The characters in the novel are fictitious in nature; however experienced well by Tolstoy himself at different political movements. This is really amazing that novel contains 361 chapters (Brian, 2016) but more interesting is that you still willing to complete it. This mainly revolves around the Russian movement, the Napoleon’s war and contain 559 characters (Well, 2018).
Versatility of characters and their feeling at different stages are showing the level of Leo’s experiences. As title suggest two ultimate opposite thoughts but Tolstoy combined cultural thoughts, family gatherings, lovable moments and war consequences at its extreme and in a unique approach. Key thoughts from the novel discussed to here for understanding of story.
Tolstoy’s epic story does not fall towards any single character. Andrei Bolkonsky and Natasha are not in a lead role. But as the requirement of story Leo shared the thoughts beautifully as none can be mix together and the main idea remained apart. Tolstoy focused Prince Bagration as hero of (heroes) the novel (War and Peace: 272). The main intention behind the story is the broadness, and showing the changing world.
History of warrior
Novel revealed a mix of warrior life and warmth of love but as the Napoleonic battles sense focused as were in the mind of people. They were not eager to see the dramas and movies but intended to learn the war consequences and benefits of it avoidance.
The novel has a particular technical feature; it passes from mind to mind, showing us the world as a consciousness moves through it. It doesn’t mean that the consciousness of the moment has any particular importance; it is just how these events were seen by one particular observer, and another observer will take up the baton in a page or two. (After 300 pages, you will agree that this is the best way to write a novel.
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A masterpiece War and Peace a famous Russian masterpiece written by Leo Tolstoy in the year 1865-1867 and was firstly published 130 years ago (Murphy, 2016) and of 1225 pages. […]