Resurrection, by Leo Tolstoy

Table of Contents

Translator’s Preface

Book I.

  1. Maslova in Prison.
  2. Maslova’s Early Life.
  3. Nekhludoff.
  4. Missy.
  5. The Jurymen.
  6. The Judges.
  7. The Officials of the Court.
  8. Swearing in the Jury.
  9. The Trial — The Prisoners Questioned.
  10. The Trial — The Indictment.
  11. The Trial — Maslova Cross-Examined.
  12. Twelve Years Before.
  13. Life in the Army.
  14. The Second Meeting with Maslova.
  15. The Early Mass.
  16. The First Step.
  17. Nekhludoff and Katusha.
  18. Afterwards.
  19. The Trial — Resumption.
  20. The Trial — The Medical Report.
  21. The Trial — The Prosecutor and the Advocates.
  22. The Trial — The Summing up.
  23. The Trial — The Verdict.
  24. The Trial — The Sentence.
  25. Nekhludoff Consults an Advocate.
  26. The House of Korchagin.
  27. Missy’s Mother.
  28. The Awakening.
  29. Maslova in Prison.
  30. The Cell.
  31. The Prisoners.
  32. A Prison Quarrel.
  33. The Leaven at Work — Nekhludoff’s Domestic Changes.
  34. The Absurdity of Law — Reflections of a Juryman.
  35. The Procureur — Nekhludoff Refuses to Serve.
  36. Nekhludoff Endeavours to Visit Maslova.
  37. Maslova Recalls the Past.
  38. Sunday in Prison — Preparing for Mass.
  39. The Prison Church — Blind Leaders of the Blind.
  40. The Husks of Religion.
  41. Visiting Day — The Men’s Ward.
  42. Visiting Day — The Women’s Ward.
  43. Nekhludoff Visits Maslova.
  44. Maslova’s View of Life.
  45. Fanarin, the Advocate — The Petition.
  46. A Prison Flogging.
  47. Nekhludoff Again Visits Maslova.
  48. Maslova Refuses to Marry.
  49. Vera Doukhova.
  50. The Vice-Governor of the Prison.
  51. The Cells.
  52. No. 21.
  53. Victims of Government.
  54. Prisoners and Friends.
  55. Vera Doukhova Explains.
  56. Nekhludoff and the Prisoners.
  57. The Vice-Governor’s “At-Home”.
  58. The Vice-Governor Suspicious.
  59. Nekhludoff’s Third Interview with Maslova in Prison.

Book II.

  1. Property in Land.
  2. Efforts at Land Restoration.
  3. Old Associations.
  4. The Peasants’ Lot.
  5. Maslova’s Aunt.
  6. Reflections of a Landlord.
  7. The Disinherited.
  8. God’s Peace in the Heart.
  9. The Land Settlement.
  10. Nekhludoff Returns to Town.
  11. An Advocate’s Views on Judges and Prosecutors.
  12. Why the Peasants Flock to Town.
  13. Nurse Maslova.
  14. An Aristocratic Circle.
  15. An Average Statesman.
  16. An up-To-Date Senator.
  17. Countess Katerina Ivanovna’s Dinner Party.
  18. Officialdom.
  19. An Old General of Repute.
  20. Maslova’s Appeal.
  21. The Appeal Dismissed.
  22. An Old Friend.
  23. The Public Prosecutor.
  24. Mariette Tempts Nekhludoff.
  25. Lydia Shoustova’s Home.
  26. Lydia’s Aunt.
  27. The State Church and the People.
  28. The Meaning of Mariette’s Attraction.
  29. For Her Sake and for God’s.
  30. The Astonishing Institution Called Criminal Law.
  31. Nekhludoff’s Sister and Her Husband.
  32. Nekhludoff’s Anarchism.
  33. The Aim of the Law.
  34. The Prisoners Start for Siberia.
  35. Not Men but Strange and Terrible Creatures?
  36. The Tender Mercies of the Lord.
  37. Spilled Like Water on the Ground.
  38. The Convict Train.
  39. Brother and Sister.
  40. The Fundamental Law of Human Life.
  41. Taras’s Story.
  42. Le Vrai Grand Monde.

Book III.

  1. Maslova Makes New Friends.
  2. An Incident of the March.
  3. Mary Pavlovna.
  4. Simonson.
  5. The Political Prisoners.
  6. Kryltzoff’s Story.
  7. Nekhludoff Seeks an Interview with Maslova.
  8. Nekhludoff and the Officer.
  9. The Political Prisoners.
  10. Makar Devkin.
  11. Maslova and Her Companions.
  12. Nabatoff and Markel.
  13. Love Affairs of the Exiles.
  14. Conversations in Prison.
  15. Novodvoroff.
  16. Simonson Speaks to Nekhludoff.
  17. “I have Nothing More to Say.”
  18. Neveroff’s Fate.
  19. Why is it Done?
  20. The Journey Resumed.
  21. “Just a Worthless Tramp.”
  22. Nekhludoff Sees the General.
  23. The Sentence Commuted.
  24. The General’s Household.
  25. Maslova’s Decision.
  26. The English Visitor.
  27. Kryltzoff at Rest.
  28. A New Life Dawns for Nekhludoff.

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