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- The Tolstoyan movement
is a social movement based
on the philosophical
and religious views
of Russian novelist
(1828–1910). Tolstoy's views...
fan of Tolstoyanism
quit his career
as a lawyer
to live as a Tolstoyan
; he became farmer
at Virkkala. He also...
himself, and died." Novels portal Bibliography
of Leo Tolstoy Tolstoyanism
"ФЭБ: Мирский. Толстой после 1880 г. — 1992 (текст)". feb-web.ru...
- The Life and Labor Commune
was a Tolstoyan agricultural commune founded
in 1921 and disbanded
as a state
farm in 1937. The commune
- near Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK. The community
in 1898 by Tolstoyans
has no spare
with over sixty homes
and 120 colonists...
- for their
5th Congress. Subsequent communities
by a Tolstoyan named
John Coleman Kenworthy
in Croydon, Surrey, in 1894 and Purleigh...
- Hilkoff) (1858–1915) went from being
in the Czar's Army to a Tolstoyan preaching Pacifism
to a Socialist
Revolutionary. Prince Dmitry
, a walk over an old Malorossia
town, in which Poltava
be guessed, a romantic relations
with a girl. Tolstoyans
- runs from anarchist individualism
to anarcho-syndicalism, we come to Tolstoyanism
and to pacifist anarchism
that appeared, mostly
- became acquainted
with Leo Tolstoy. He became
a sincere follower
and its life principles
such as pacifism, vegetarianism, non-parti****tion...
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