The Kreutzer Sonata

; Isai Kamen (Oversetter) ; Doris Lessing (Introduksjon)

From the internationally known Russian master Leo Tolstoy, a searing
novella about sex, love jealousy, feminism, and the hyprorisies of marriage.
'The Kreutzer Sonata' is an end-of-the-19th century polemic on the dangers of
lust, obsession, and hypocrisy. Les mer
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From the internationally known Russian master Leo Tolstoy, a searing
novella about sex, love jealousy, feminism, and the hyprorisies of marriage.
'The Kreutzer Sonata' is an end-of-the-19th century polemic on the dangers of
lust, obsession, and hypocrisy. The themes tackled in this short, sharp tragedy
will strike a chord with anyone who has ever loved, lusted and been consumed
with a terrible guilt. It will also appeal to anyone interested in sexual
politics and feminism.This Modern Library version will draw people into the
new, lucid, contemporary introduction to this penetrating criticism of the
institution of 19th century marriage, along with new notes, and a readers
guide.

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