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Youth (Leo Tolstoy novel)

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Subject: Leo Tolstoy, Albert (short story), Quench the Spark, The Three Questions, Alyosha the Pot
Collection: 1856 Novels, 1857 Novels, Autobiographical Novels, Novels by Leo Tolstoy
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Youth (Leo Tolstoy novel)

Tolstoy as a young man, c. 1848
Author Leo Tolstoy
Original title Юность (Yunost)
Translator C.J. Hogarth
Country Russia
Language Russian
Published 1856 (Sovremennik)
Preceded by Boyhood
Youth (Russian: Юность [Yunost']; 1856) is the third novel in Leo Tolstoy's autobiographical trilogy, following Childhood and Boyhood. It was first published in the popular Russian literary magazine Sovremennik.

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