Youth
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Youth

By Leo Tolstoy, graf
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Table of Contents
  • YOUTH
  • Translated by C. J. Hogarth
  • I. WHAT I CONSIDER TO HAVE BEEN THE BEGINNING OF MY YOUTH
  • II. SPRINGTIME
  • III. DREAMS
  • IV. OUR FAMILY CIRCLE
  • V. MY RULES
  • VI. CONFESSION
  • VII. THE EXPEDITION TO THE MONASTERY
  • VIII. THE SECOND CONFESSION
  • IX. HOW I PREPARED MYSELF FOR THE EXAMINATIONS
  • X. THE EXAMINATION IN HISTORY
  • XI. MY EXAMINATION IN MATHEMATICS
  • XII. MY EXAMINATION IN LATIN
  • XIII. I BECOME GROWN-UP
  • XIV. HOW WOLODA AND DUBKOFF AMUSED THEMSELVES
  • XV. I AM FETED AT DINNER
  • XVI. THE QUARREL
  • XVII. I GET READY TO PAY SOME CALLS
  • XVIII. THE VALAKHIN FAMILY
  • XIX. THE KORNAKOFFS
  • XX. THE IWINS
  • XXI. PRINCE IVAN IVANOVITCH
  • XXII. INTIMATE CONVERSATION WITH MY FRIEND
  • XXIII. THE NECHLUDOFFS
  • XXIV. LOVE
  • XXV. I BECOME BETTER ACQUAINTED WITH THE NECHLUDOFFS
  • XXVI. I SHOW OFF
  • XXVII. DIMITRI
  • XXVIII. IN THE COUNTRY
  • XXIX. RELATIONS BETWEEN THE GIRLS AND OURSELVES
  • XXX. HOW I EMPLOYED MY TIME
  • XXXI. "COMME IL FAUT"
  • XXXII. YOUTH
  • XXXIII. OUR NEIGHBOURS
  • XXXIV. MY FATHER'S SECOND MARRIAGE
  • XXXV. HOW WE RECEIVED THE NEWS
  • XXXVI. THE UNIVERSITY
  • XXXVII. AFFAIRS OF THE HEART
  • XXXVIII. THE WORLD
  • XXXIX. THE STUDENTS' FEAST
  • XL. MY FRIENDSHIP WITH THE NECHLUDOFFS
  • XLI. MY FRIENDSHIP WITH THE NECHLUDOFFS
  • XLII. OUR STEPMOTHER
  • XLIII. NEW COMRADES
  • XLIV. ZUCHIN AND SEMENOFF
  • XLV. I COME TO GRIEF
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