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The second in a trilogy of books, written by a mid twenty year old Leo Tolstoy, has been described as a portrait of inner growth.
It describes in vibrant detail the emotions, perspectives and struggles, and all of the confusion and frustration that goes with that, felt by a young boy as his awareness of the world emerges from the relative unconsciousness of childhood.
Along with Childhood and Youth this trilogy is considered one of Tolstoy's greatest works.