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God Sees The Truth But Waits, an Analysis

Summary: Discusses thethemes and symbolisms in the story "God Sees The Truth But Waits," written by Leo Tolstoy.
"Like Aksionov, money and material things may be of greater importance to you...But are you also like him when he abandoned his materialism""

One may say that what is shown in the story is the destruction of Aksionov, an innocent man, through the unequal treatment of law. Ironically, one will find him unknowing rather than innocent, when one looks at it in the spiritual point of view because Aksionov does not know the truth about himself. However, in the end of the story, he realizes that he is not merely a material body but rather a spiritual being and I can consider this justice, for God gives him great compassion, maybe not in his ephemeral "material" life, but in his eternal "spiritual" life.

Aksionov's home represents his materialism. Its appearance, together with the two shops, in the first part of the...

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