Count Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace
An ‘epic’ literary work in which no less than 500 characters play their intense and interwoven parts against the thundering background of Napoleon’s invasion of Russia – an historical event which changed the entire world.
But of all the characters, there is one you will never forget – Natasha. Utterly bewitching, she exemplifies Tolstoy’s own belief that life should be experienced instinctively . . . lived emotionally and naturally rather than to patterns dictated by man’s imperfect intellect.
A lavishly illustrated three-volume Edition sumptuously bound in midnight blue Kidron.