Five Short Stories by Leo Tolstoy: A Free AudioBook

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Though known for his long epic nov­els War and Peace and Anna Karen­i­na, Leo Tol­stoy wrote short sto­ries too. Below, you can stream read­ings of five such sto­ries, “The Three Her­mits,” “Three Deaths,” “Albert,” “Ernak, and “God Sees the Truth But Waits.” They’re read by Bart Wolfe, and made freely avail­able on Spo­ti­fy. (If you need Spo­ti­fy’s soft­ware, down­load it here.) If you want to get it from iTunes, it will run you $6.95.

This three-hour record­ing will be added to our col­lec­tion, 1,000 Free Audio Books: Down­load Great Books for Free. Mean­while, if you’d like to down­load two pro­fes­sion­al­ly-read audio­books from Audi­ble for free, get more infor­ma­tion on that here.

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An Ani­mat­ed Intro­duc­tion to Leo Tol­stoy, and How His Great Nov­els Can Increase Your Emo­tion­al Intel­li­gence

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