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Annotated: comprises essays approximately Leo Tolstoy and his works

Childhood (Russian: Детство, Detstvo) is the 1st novel in Leo Tolstoy's quasi-autobiographical trilogy first released within the Russian literary magazine "Sovremennik" in 1852. This e-book describes the main physiological judgements of boyhood that every one boys experience.


"Will the freshness, lightheartedness, the necessity for romance, and energy of religion that you have in adolescence ever go back? What greater time than whilst the 2 most sensible virtues -- blameless pleasure and the boundless hope for romance -- have been the single factors in life?"

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