Leo Tolstoy Essay | Tolstoys Children

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Tolstoys Children.
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Tolstoys Children

Summary: How Tolstoy uses his life encounter of people he knows and makes them characters in his book.
Tolstoy's' Children

Prompt: Compare and Contrast characters that most and least resemble the authors' personal life and beliefs.

When to adults love each other and willing to take the risk of sex they do it for a big sole purpose. That sole purpose to fill their lives with joy happiness and love for someone made by one special person and another special person to make a perfect person. Children are conceived so that way someone our in this crazy world will love them for who they are. The parents introduce them into this world and be able to get far in life and looking at a great past. Parents pass on their DNA to their children. As you can see children can also be seen as the author the parent and the characters as the children of the author. The author makes characters to also bring joy happiness...

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