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1. Толстой Л. Н. - Дэниэлю К. В. (C. W. Daniel), 22 декабря 1906 г.
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Часть текста: of the Crank. Dear sir, I thank you very much for the Crank Magazine, which I enjoy very much. To-day I have read the last article of Worland: 1 «The earth for all», 2 it is very good, especially his criticism of Malthus’s theory, 3 which notwithstanding its weakness has had such a large spreading. I think that true Christianity with its ideal of chastity is the best remedy of the imaginary future excess of the population. I will take care that it should be translated in russian, if he will allow it. I liked it very much, also your answer to Schaw, 4 as I like all the pages signed by «Odd Man». I would be very glad to know your name and be in direct intercourse with you. Have you many subscribers to your magazine? I wish the greatest success to your work, so very necessary in our time. Yours truly Leo Tolstoy. P. S. Reading your very good note to the word «anarchism» I remembered on the same matter the saying of Lao-Tze; he says: when great sages have power over the people, the people do not notice them, if the power is in the hands of sages (not great ones), the people like them and...
2. Letter to a Hindoo (Письмо к индусу)
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Часть текста: to thoughts and desires, for if thou dost, thou wilt be dragged through the rough wilderness of life, which is not of Me. Whenever thou feelest that thy feet are becoming entangled in the interlaced roots of life, know then that thou hast strayed from the path to which I beckon thee, for I have placed thee in broad smooth paths which are strewn with flowers. I have put a light before thee, which thou can’st follow and thus run without stumbling. Krishna P. 212. I received your letter and the two issues of the magazine. Both were intensely interesting to me; indeed, the oppression of a majority by the minority of a people and the corruption which flows from it, is a phenomenon which has always occupied my mind and at present is entirely occupying my attention. I will endeavour to convey to you what I think, both in a particular and a general way, about those causes from which those dreadful calamities have arisen and do arise, of which you write in your letter and which are also mentioned in the two numbers of the Hindoo magazine you sent me. The causes, owing to which this astonishing spectacle arises, of the majority of the labouring classes submitting to a mere handful of idlers whom it permits to dispose not only of its labour but also of its very life, are always and everywhere the same; whether the oppressors and the oppressed belong to the same, or, as is the case in India and in other countries, where the dominant class belongs to an entirely different nation from those oppressed. It appears especially strange of India, for here we have a people of 200 millions of individuals, highly endowed with spiritual and physical powers, in absolute subjection to a small clique, composed of persons utterly...
3. Толстой Л. Н. - Кенворти Джону (John Kenworthy), 10 ноября 1896 г.
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Часть текста: knowing, how you explained it, and therefore I was the more interested in your article. Your arguments for perfect truthfulness always are very strong and seem to me indisputable, but I missed in your article the exposition of the relation between Truth and Love and a more profound definition of Truth than of B. Johnson. I think that Love is God, is life itself, is that, what is godly in man, and that Love, which is God and therefore infinite, being enclosed in man, tends to expand itself, and that is the motion of life, which we feel in ourselves, and that the unique means for Love to manifest itself and to expand is Truth. Falsehood, and especially falsehood against oneself, hinders Love to manifest itself and to expand. Therefore truth is so necessary and is the first of our duties; therefore also all the so often hypocritically used admonitions to love one’s neighbour are false and vain. Love is God and God is infinite, and man cannot augment God. All what a man can and must do, is to put aside all hindrances for the manifestation of God, i. e. Love, which is in him. And there is only one thing, that hinders this manifestation: that is falsehood. And not to think and to speak lies, when a man knows, that what he thinks and what he says is not true, is in the power of man. Therefore the first duty of man, who wishes to live a real life, is to be truthful in thoughts, words and deeds. And to this every man can tend and attain this «but». To be truthful in reference to your article, I must say, that I expected it stronger and shorter, especially the first part. You can write much better. You notice, that I always criticize your writings, it is because I love and esteem you and feel myself obliged to be so strict and...
4. Толстой Л. Н. - Ролcтону Вильяму (William Ralston), 27 октября 1878 г.
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Часть текста: and therefore, notwithstanding my wishes, I cannot partake the temporary illusion of some friends of mine, which seem to be sure, that my works must occupy some place in the Russian literature. Quite sincerely not knowing, if my works shall be read after hundred years, or will be forgotten in a hundred days, I do not wish to take a ridiculous part in the very probable mistake of my friends. Hoping, that on consideration of my motives you will kindly excuse my refusal, I am Yours faithfully C. L. Tolstoy. На конверте: Лондон. Г-ну Ралстону. London. M-r Ralston. Exquire. 8 Alfred Place. Bedford Square. Милостивый государь. Я очень сожалею, что не могу дать на ваше письмо положительного ответа. Дело в том, что я очень сомневаюсь, чтобы я был таким значительным писателем, события жизни которого могли бы представлять интерес не только для русской, но и для европейской публики. Я вполне убежден многочисленными примерами писателей, которых современники ставили сначала очень высоко, но которые затем были совершенно забыты еще при жизни, что современники не могут правильно судить о достоинствах литературных произведений. Поэтому, несмотря на мое желание, я не могу разделять временную иллюзию нескольких друзей, утверждающих с уверенностью, что мои произведения должны будут занять некоторое место в русской литературе. Я совершенно искренно не знаю, будет ли кто-нибудь читать мои произведения через сто лет, или же они будут забыты через сто дней, и поэтому не хочу оказаться в смешном положении, в случае весьма вероятной ошибки моих друзей. В надежде, что вы примете во внимание эти мотивы и любезно извините мой отказ, остаюсь искренно преданный вам гр. Л. Толстой. Примечания Впервые опубликовано в книге H. Н. Апостолова «Толстой и русское самодержавие», М. 1930, стр. 61. Уильям Ролстон-Шедден (William Ralston-Shedden, 1828—1889) — исследователь русской литературы и переводчик на английский язык произведений русских писателей, член-корреспондент...

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