Great Short Works of Leo Tolstoy Setting & Symbolism

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Petersburgappears in Family Happiness, The Death of Ivan Ilyich, The Devil, Fathe

Probably the second most important city in Russia, Petersburg is a governmental and cultural hub. It is a nerve center second only to Moscow in importance.

Moscowappears in The Cossacks, Master and Man

As the capitol city of Russia, Moscow represents the ultimate destination of success for Russians of all kinds, in all places throughout the empire.

Crimeaappears in The Devil

Crimea is an area of Russia famous for its resorts.

Goryachkin Forestappears in Master and Man

The Goryachkin Forest is the property that Vasili Andreevich hopes to buy in an auction, in "Master and Man."

Grishkinoappears in Master and Man

Grishkino is the village where Vasili Andreevich and Nikita stop during a blizzard on their way to Goryachkin.

Khan Mahoma appears in Hadji Murad

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