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Albert (short story)

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Albert (short story)

"Albert" (ISBN 1-55742-789-5) is a short story by Leo Tolstoy. It was originally published in 1858.

The lead character, Albert, is a homeless, yet brilliant, violinist. The kind Delesov wanted to save the young violinist, but after taking him home, discovers that Albert's drinking and temper threaten to destroy his entire family.

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External links

Albert at the Internet Archive

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