Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace Analysis
Russian writer Leo Tolstoy was known for his famous works: war and peace, and Anna Karina. His philosophy of life was a philosophy of Christian anarchism that puts mistrust on all the legal and political institutions of the state and a philosophy that insists on nonviolence and pacifism.
War and Peace is a philosophical and literary work, a masterpiece that supports Tolstoy's Christian life. The new war and peace contains a chronicle of the initiation of Napoleon to Russia. Tolstoy's rhetoric is convincing and convincing. The aesthetic aspects of the work are minimal. The novel deals with the trivialities of life. War and peaceful idiom means something that is long and powerful.
The main characters of the novel are Anna Pavlona and Prince Vasily. The novel stands on the shore of an aristocratic family. Russia attacks Napoleon, and Russia's citizens are in a disadvantage. Pavlona and Vasily speak about the adverse effects of the war.
The novel is idealizing Christian beliefs and convictions. The novel background is the sermon of the mount. The novel describes the story of Christ: "Blessed are the gentle: for they inherit the earth." Christian anarchism is very important in the novel. The Tolstoy does not trust any institution in the state. He avoided commenting on the temptations of Jesus after fasting forty days in the wilderness. Satan shows Christ to all countries of the earth and says, all that I give to you, if you worship me, and Christ answers: "Only worship God".
The novel is a sublime epic. You can not praise the literary quality of the novel. But still, the novel deserves praise. In the minds of the characters we find psychological insights. Tolstoy uses many briefings of Christian religions. The novel is intellectual and psychological catharsis. The novel may also be the feeling of patio. The novel is a classic work of realism. Tolstoy's own autobiography enters the characters themselves. The novel is lyrical and great. The novel depicts the 18th century history of the Russians. Russia is moving through historical transformations. War and Peace are the Allegories of a Narration. The novel is the eclectic symphony of the syncretism of the cultural life of Russian aristocracy. The story of the novel is not particularly interesting. No tension. The novel follows the chronological order from beginning to end.