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Author: Leo Tolstoy
The lives of Russian aristocrats become intertwined between the years 1805 and 1812 and during Napoleon's invasion of Russia.
I have read this fantastic book several times, and yet I wonder despite all of Mankind's advances in history and Science we still have not learned tolerance and rezspect of other peoples beliefs.
It is very good book. This will be third reading.
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