Seeking: Russian version of "War and Peace" online
January 3, 2005 1:47 AM   Subscribe

ISO a Russian version of "War and Peace" online. Googling is particularly difficult here, since they are common words. Russian title transliterated = "Voyna i Mir".
posted by RavinDave to Media & Arts (5 answers total)
posted by Gyan at 2:15 AM on January 3, 2005


I bow to your Google-Fu. How'd you find that?

Much thanx and appreciation.
posted by RavinDave at 2:23 AM on January 3, 2005

I went to Google Russia, searched for 'Tolstoy', and limited scope to pages in Russian. 7th result.
posted by Gyan at 2:32 AM on January 3, 2005

But you need to know about

Also, you can just type the Russian title into the search box, and the first hit is a winner: like so.
posted by Wolfdog at 3:17 AM on January 3, 2005

You mean: "you need to know about" (main page -- you linked to the "classics"). I don't know how Moshkov gets away with it -- Russian copyright laws are obviously less stringently observed than ours -- but you can find just about anything there.
posted by languagehat at 7:45 AM on January 3, 2005

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