“Funny, he thinks, how terror ages a man much more quickly than any passage of time.”
My first reaction to this novel is that I have never hated two antagonists so much. 687 palabras más
The Dastardly Past: the Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat.
On July 13, 1793, the French scientist-turned-radical-revolutionary Jean-Paul Marat took a bath. This was a common occurrence due to an uncomfortable skin condition from which he suffered—modern doctors suspect… 98 palabras más
First edition: https://insiderobbie.wordpress.com/2017/03/20/a-war-peace-odyssey/
Part Two: Pages 112 – 200
This part is definitely the War part of the novel. Tolstoy is detailing a battle between the Russian and the French army, as well as the diplomacy that comes with it. 171 palabras más