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CONTENTS

Biographical Note
v
The Principal Characters in War and Peace Arranged in Family Groups
xv
Dates of Principal Historical Events
xvi
1–5.
Anna Schérer’s soirée
 
1
6–8.
Pierre at Prince Andrew’s
 
11
9.
Pierre at Anatole Kurágin’s. Dólokhov’s bet
 
15
10.
A name day at the Rostóvs’
 
18
11–14.
Natásha and Borís
 
20
15.
Anna Mikháylovna and Borís go to the dying Count Bezúkhov’s
 
26
16.
Pierre at his father’s house: talks with Borís
 
27
17.
Countess Rostóva and Anna Mikháylovna
 
30
18–19.
Dinner at the Rostóvs’. Márya Dmítrievna
 
31
20.
Sónya and Natásha. Nicholas sings. The Daniel Cooper
 
35
21.
At Count Bezúkhov’s. Prince Vasíli and Catiche
 
37
22–23.
Anna Mikháylovna and Pierre at Count Bezúkhov’s
 
41
24.
Anna Mikháylovna and Catiche struggle for the inlaid portfolio
 
45
25.
Bald Hills. Prince N. A. Bolkónski. Princess Mary’s correspondence with Julie Karágina
 
47
26–27.
Prince Andrew at Bald Hills
 
51
28.
Princes Andrew leaves to join the army. Princess Mary gives him an icon
 
55
1–2.
Review near Braunau. Zherkóv and Dólokhov
 
60
3.
Kutúzov and an Austrian general. Le malheureux Mack. Zherkóv’s foolery
 
65
4.
Nicholas and Denísov. Telyánin and the missing purse
 
68
5.
Nicholas in trouble with his fellow officers
 
72
6–8.
Crossing the Enns. Burning the bridge. Rostóv’s baptism of fire
 
74
9.
Prince Andrew sent with dispatches to the Austrian court. The Minister of War
 
81
10.
Prince Andrew and Bilíbin
 
83
11.
Hippolyte Kurágin and les nôtres
 
86
12.
Prince Andrew received by the Emperor Francis. Bilíbin’s story of the Thabor bridge
 
87
13–14.
Prince Andrew returns to Kutúzov. Bagratión sent to Hollabrünn. Napoleon’s letter to Murat
 
89
15.
Prince Andrew reports to Bagratión. Captain Túshin. Soldiers at the front. Dólokhov talks to a French grenadier
 
94
16.
Prince Andrew surveys the position. The first shot
 
96
17.
Bagratión in action. Túshin’s battery. Setting Schön Grabern on fire
 
97
18–19.
Battle scenes. Quarrelsome commanders. Nicholas injured
 
99
20.
Panic. Timókhin’s counterattack. Dólokhov’s insistence. Túshin’s battery. Prince Andrew sent to order him to retreat
 
104
21.
Withdrawal of the forces. Nicholas rides on a gun carriage. Túshin called to account by Bagratión. Prince Andrew defends him. Nicholas’ depression
 
106
1–2.
Prince Vasíli and Pierre. A soirée at Anna Pávlovna’s. Hélène’s name day. Pierre’s marriage
 
111
3.
Prince Vasíli and Anatole visit Prince N. A. Bolkónski. Princess Mary’s appearance
 
119
4.
Lise, Mademoiselle Bourienne, Mary, Anatole, and old Bolkónski
 
122
5.
Her father’s opposition to Mary’s marrying. She finds Mademoiselle Bourienne and Anatole in the conservatory; declines marriage
 
126
6.
A letter from Nicholas. Sónya and Natásha
 
128
7.
Nicholas visits Borís and Berg in camp. Nicholas tells of Schön Grabern. His encounter with Prince Andrew
 
131
8.
The Emperor reviews the army. Enthusiasm of Nicholas
 
135
9.
Borís visits Prince Andrew at Olmütz. Prince Dolgorúkov
 
137
10.
Nicholas not in the action at Wischau. The Emperor. Nicholas’ devotion to him
 
140
11.
Preparations for action. Dolgorúkov’s opinion of Napoleon and of his position. Kutúzov’s depression
 
142
12.
The Council of War. Weyrother’s plans. Kutúzov sleeps. Prince Andrew’s reflections
 
144
13.
Rostóv at the front. Visit of Bagratión and Dolgorúkov. Rostóv sent to reconnoiter. Napoleon’s proclamation
 
147
14–19.
Battle of Austerlitz. Prince Andrew badly wounded
 
150
1.
Nicholas home on leave
 
165
2.
Preparation for Club dinner
 
168
3.
The dinner. Bagratión as guest of honor
 
171
4.
Pierre challenges Dólokhov
 
173
5.
The duel
 
176
6.
Pierre’s separation from Hélène
 
177
7.
Andrew considered dead
 
179
8.
Lise’s confinement. Andrew arrives
 
180
9.
Death of Lise
 
182
10.
Denísov and Dólokhov at the Rostóvs’
 
183
11.
Sónya declines Dólokhov’s proposal
 
186
12.
Iogel’s ball. Denísov’s mazurka
 
186
13–14.
Nicholas loses 43,000 rubles to Dólokhov
 
188
15.
Nicholas at home. Natásha sings
 
190
16.
Nicholas tells his father of his loses. Denísov proposes to Natásha
 
192
1–2.
Pierre meets Bazdéev
 
194
3–4.
Pierre becomes a Freemason
 
198
5.
Pierre repulses Prince Vasíli
 
203
6.
A soirée at Anna Pávlovna’s. Hélène takes up Borís
 
204
7.
Hippolyte at Anna Pávlovna’s
 
206
8.
Old Bolkónski at commander-in-chief of the conscription. Andrew’s anxiety. A letter from his father
 
206
9.
Bilíbin’s letter about the campaign. The baby convalescent
 
208
10.
Pierre goes to Kiev and visits his estates. Obstacles to the emancipation of his serfs
 
211
11.
Pierre visits Prince Andrew
 
213
12.
Pierre’s and Prince Andrew’s talk on the ferry raft
 
216
13.
“God’s folk” at Bald Hills
 
218
14.
Old Bolkónski and Pierre
 
220
15.
Nicholas rejoins his regiment. Shortage of provisions
 
221
16.
Denísov seized transports of food, gets into trouble, is wounded
 
223
17–18.
Nicholas visits Denísov in hospital
 
225
19.
Borís at Tilsit. Nicholas’ inopportune visit
 
228
20.
Nicholas tries to present Denísov’s petition at the Emperor’s residence, but fails
 
230
21.
Napoleon and Alexander as allies. Perplexity of Nicholas. “Another bottle”
 
232
1–3.
Prince Andrew’s occupations at Boguchárovo. His drive through the forest—the bare oak. His visit to the Rostóvs at Otrádnoe. Overhears Natásha’s talk with Sónya. Return through the forest—the oak in leaf. He decides to go to Petersburg
 
235
4–6.
Speránski, Arakchéev, and Prince Andrew
 
238
7–8.
Pierre and the Petersburg Freemasons. He visits Joseph Alexéevich. Reconciliation with Hélène
 
243
9.
Hélène’s social success. Her salon and relations with Borís
 
247
10.
Pierre’s diary
 
248
11.
The Rostóvs in Petersburg. Berg engaged to Véra and demands her dowry
 
250
12.
Natásha and Borís
 
251
13.
Natásha’s bedtime talks with her mother
 
252
14–17.
Natásha’s first grand ball. She dances with Prince Andrew
 
254
18.
Bítski calls on Prince Andrew. Dinner at Speránski’s. Prince Andrew’s disillusionment with him and his reforms
 
260
19.
Prince Andrew calls on the Rostóvs. Natásha’s effect on him
 
262
20–21.
The Bergs’s evening party
 
263
22.
Nátasha consults her mother. Prince Andrew confides in Pierre
 
265
23.
Prince B. Bolkónski insists on postponement of his son’s marriage. Natásha’s distress at Prince Andrew’s absence. He returns at they become engaged
 
267
24.
Prince Andrew’s last days with Nátasha
 
270
25.
Prince N. Bolkónski’s treatment of Mary. Her letter to Julie Karágina
 
271
26.
Prince N. Bolkónski threatens to marry Mlle. Bourienne
 
273
1.
Nicholas Rostóv returns home on leave. His doubts about Natásha’s engagement
 
275
2.
Nicholas settles accounts with Mítenka
 
277
3.
Nicholas decides to go hunting
 
278
4.
The wolf hunt begins
 
279
5.
The wolf is taken
 
281
6.
The fox hunt and the huntsmen’s quarrel. Ilágin’s courtesy. Chasing a hare. Rugáy’s triumph
 
284
7.
An Evening at “Uncle’s.” The balaláyka. Natásha’s Russian dance
 
287
8.
His mother urges Nicholas to marry Julie Karágina, and grumbles at Sónya
 
291
9.
Christmas at Otrádnoe. Natásha is depressed and capricious
 
292
10.
Nicholas, Natásha, and Sónya indulge in recollections. Dimmler plays and Natásha sings. The maskers. A troyka drive to the Melyukóvs’
 
294
11.
At Melyukóva. Sónya goes to the barn to try her fortune
 
298
12.
The drive home. Natásha and Sónya try the future with looking glasses
 
300
13.
His mother opposes Nicholas’ with to marry Sónya, and he returns to his regiment. Natásha becomes restless and impatient for Prince Andrew’s return
 
301
1.
Pierre’s life in Moscow. Asks himself, “What for?” and “Why?”
 
303
2.
Prince N. Bolkónski in Moscow. His harsh treatment of Princess Mary. She teaches little Nicholas. The old prince and Mlle. Bourienne
 
305
3.
Dr. Métivier treated as a spy by the old prince. The dinner on the prince’s name day
 
307
4.
Pierre and Princess Mary discuss Borís and Natásha
 
309
5.
Borís and Julie. Their melancholy. Borís proposes and is accepted
 
311
6.
Count Ilyá Rostóv, Natásha, and Sónya stay with Márya Dmítrievna in Moscow
 
313
7.
Count Rostóv and Natásha call on Prince N. Bolkónski. They are received by Princess Mary. Prince Bolkónski’s strange behavior. Mary and Natásha dislike one another
 
314
8.
The Rostóvs at the Opera. Hélène in the next box
 
316
9.
The Opera describe. Anatole and Pierre arrive. Natásha makes Hélène’s acquaintance. Duport dances
 
318
10.
Hélène present Anatole to Natásha. He courts her
 
320
11.
Anatole and Dólokhov in Moscow
 
321
12.
Sunday at Márya Dmítrievna’s. Hélène calls and invites the Rostóvs to hear Mlle. George recite. She tells Natásha that Anatole is in love with her
 
322
13.
The reception at Hélène’s. Mlle. George. Anatole dances with Natásha and makes love to her. Her perplexity as to her own feelings
 
324
14.
Princess Mary’s letter to Natásha, who also receives one from Anatole
 
325
15.
Sónya finds Anatole’s letter and remonstrates with Natásha, who writes to Princess Mary breaking off her engagement with Prince Andrew. A party at the Karágins’. Anatole meets Natásha. She is angry with Sónya, who resolves to prevent her elopement
 
327
16.
Anatole at Dólokhov’s. Balagá
 
329
17.
Anatole sets off to abduct Natásha, but encounters Márya Dmítrievna’s footman
 
332
18.
Márya Dmítrievna reproaches Natásha. Count Ilyá Rostóv is kept in ignorance
 
333
19.
Pierre at Márya Dmítrievna’s. He tells Natásha that Anatole is married
 
334
20.
Pierre’s explanation with Anatole
 
336
21.
Natásha tries to poison herself. Prince Andrew returns to Moscow and Pierre talks to him
 
337
22.
Pierre and Natásha. He tells her of his devotion. The great comet of 1812
 
339
1.
The year 1812. Rulers and generals are “history’s slaves”
 
342
2.
Napoleon crosses the Niemen and sees Polish Uhlans drowned swimming the Víliya
 
344
3.
Alexander I. at Vílna. The ball at Count Bennigsen’s. Borís overhears the Emperor speaking to Balashëv and learns that the French have crossed the frontier. Alexander’s letter to Napoleon
 
346
4.
Balashëv’s mission to Napoleon. He meets Murat, “the King of Naples”
 
347
5.
Balashëv taken to Davout, who treats him badly, but he is at last presented to Napoleon in Vílna
 
349
6.
Balashëv’s interview with Napoleon
 
350
7.
Balashëv dines with Napoleon
 
354
8.
Prince Andrew on Kutúzov’s staff in Moldavia. He is sent to Barclay’s army. Visits Bald Hills. His talks with his father and Princess Mary
 
355
9.
Prince Andrew in the army at Drissa. Eight conflicting parties
 
358
10.
Prince Andrew is introduced to Pfuel
 
361
11.
An informal Council of War. Pfeul’s dogmatism
 
363
12.
Nicholas writes to Sónya. He and Ilyín in a storm
 
365
13.
Mary Hendríkhovna. The officers and the doctor
 
367
14.
Courage. Rostóv goes into action at Ostróvna
 
369
15.
Rostóv’s hussars charge the French dragoons. He wounds and captures a prisoner
 
370
16.
Natásha’s illness. The use of doctors
 
372
17.
Natásha and Pierre. She prepares for communion with Belóva. The church service. Her health improves
 
373
18.
Natásha attends Mass and hears the special prayer for victory
 
374
19.
Pierre’s relation to life altered by his feeling for Natásha. 666. Napoleon as Antichrist. Pierre’s belief that he is destined to end Napoleon’s power. He gets news for the Rostóvs
 
377
20.
Pierre at the Rostóvs’. Natásha again takes up her singing. Sónya reads Alexander’s manifesto. Pétya declares that he will enter the army. Natásha realizes that Pierre loves her. He decides to cease going to the Rostóvs’
 
379
21.
Pétya goes to the Krémlin to see the Emperor. He gets crushed. He secures a biscuit thrown by the Emperor after dinner
 
382
22.
Assembly of gentry and merchants at the Slobóda Palace. A limited discussion. Pierre’s part in it
 
384
23.
Count Rostopchín’s remarks. The offer made by the Moscow nobility and gentry. The Emperor’s speech. Pierre offers to supply and maintain a thousand men
 
387
1.
Reflections on the campaign of 1812. The course of events was fortuitous and unforeseen by either side
 
389
2.
Princes N. Bolkónski and his daughter. His break with Mlle. Bourienne. Mary’s correspondence with Julie. The old prince receives a letter from Prince Andrew but does not grasp its meaning and confuses the present invasion with the Polish campaign of 1807
 
391
3.
The old prince sends Alpátych to Smolénsk with various commissions, and does not know where to have his bed placed. He remembers Prince Andrew’s letter and reads and understands it
 
393
4.
Princess Mary sends a letter to the Governor at Smolénsk. Alpátych sets off on August 4: reaches Smolénsk that evening and stays at Ferapóntov’s inn. Firing heard outside the town. Next day he does his business, but finds alarm spreading, and is advised by the Governor that the Bolkónskis had better go to Moscow. The town bombarded. Ferapóntov’s cook has her thigh broken by a shell. Retreating soldiers loot Ferapóntov’s shop and he declares he will set his place on fire himself and not leave it to the French. Alpátych meets Prince Andrew, who has an encounter with Berg
 
395
5.
Prince Andrew passing Bald Hills with his regiment. The retreat: heat and terrible dust. He rides over to the house. The little girls and the plums. The soldiers bathe in a pond. “Cannon fodder.” Bagratión’s letter to Arakchéev
 
399
6.
Matter and form. Anna Pávolvna’s and Hélène’s rival salons. Prince Vasíli’s opinion of Kutúzov
 
403
7.
Napoleon orders and advance on Moscow. Napoleon’s conversation with Lavrúshka
 
405
8.
Prince Nicholas Bolkónski has a paralytic stroke and is taken to Boguchárovo. Princess Mary decides that they must move on to Moscow. Her last interview with her father. His affection for her. His death
 
406
9.
Character of the Boguchárovo peasantry and the baffling undercurrents in the life of the Russian people. The village Elder, Dron. Alpátych talks to him. The peasants decide not to supply horses or carts
 
410
10.
Mlle. Bourienne advises Princess Mary to appeal to the French for protection. Princess Mary speaks to Dron
 
412
11.
Princess Mary addresses the peasants. They distrust her and refuse to leave Boguchárovo
 
415
12.
Princess Mary at night recalls her last sight of her father
 
416
13.
Nicholas and Ilyín ride to Boguchárovo. They are asked by Alpátych to protect the princess. Nicholas maker her acquaintance and places himself at her service
 
417
14.
Nicholas calls the peasants to account and intimidates them. Carts and horses are provided for Princess Mary’s departure. Princess Mary feels the she loves him
 
419
15.
Prince Andrew goes to headquarters and meets Denísov, who wants guerrilla troops to break the French line of communication. Kutúzov’s reception of them. He transacts business
 
421
16.
The priest’s wife offers Kutúzov “bread and salt.” He has a further talk with Prince Andrew, who decline a place on the staff. Patience and Time. Prince Andrew’s confidence in Kutúzov
 
424
17.
Moscow after the Emperor’s visit. Rostopchín’s broadsheets. Julie’s farewell soirée. Forfeits for speaking French. Pierre hears of Princess Mary’s arrival in Moscow
 
426
18.
Rostopchín’s broadsheets. Pierre and the eldest princess. Leppich’s balloon. A public flogging. Pierre leaves Moscow for the army
 
428
19.
Senselessness of the battle of Borodinó, and erroneousness of the historians’ accounts of it. Where and how it was fought
 
430
20.
Pierre encounters cavalry advancing and carts of wounding retiring. He talks to an army doctor. Pierre looks for the “position” occupied by the army. Peasant militia digging entrenchments
 
432
21.
Pierre ascend a knoll at Górki, surveys the scene, and inquires at to the “position” occupied. A procession carrying the “Smolénsk Mother of God.” The reverence of the crowd and of Kutúzov
 
434
22.
Borís meets Pierre. Dólokhov makes his way to Kutúzov. Kutúzov notices Pierre. Dólokhov asks Pierre to be reconciled
 
436
23.
Pierre rides to the left flank with Bennigsen, who explains the “position” in a way Pierre does not understand and changes one of Kutúzov’s dispositions
 
438
24.
Prince Andrew’s reflections on life and death. Pierre comes to see him
 
439
25.
Timókhin’s opinion of Kutúzov. Prince Andrew on Barclay de Tolly. War and chess. The spirit of the army. Wolzogen and Clausewitz. “The war must be experienced widely.” Pierre understands the importance of this war. “Not take prisoners.” What is war? Prince Andrew thinks of Natásha
 
440
26.
De Beausset brings a portrait of the “King of Rome” to Napoleon. Napoleon’s proclamation
 
444
27.
Napoleon’s dispositions for the battle of Borodinó
 
445
28.
Napoleon’s cold. Why the battle had to be fought
 
447
29.
Napoleon’s talk to de Beausett and Rapp. The game begins
 
448
30.
Pierre views the battlefield from the knoll at Górki
 
450
31.
Pierre at the Borodinó bridge. Under fire. Goes to Raévski’s Redoubt. His horse wounded under him. The Raévski Redoubt. The young officer. Pierre is accepted at the redoubt as one of the family. The flame of the hidden fire in the men’s souls. Shortage of ammunition. Pierre sees ammunition wagons blown up
 
451
32.
The redoubt captured by the French. Pierre’s conflict with a French officer. The redoubt taken by the Russians
 
455
33.
The course of the battle. Difficulty of discerning what was going on. Things take their own course apart from the orders issued
 
456
34.
Reinforcements. Belliard appeals to Napoleon. De Beausett proposes breakfast. Friant’s division sent in support. The expected success not secured. Continuous and useless slaughter
 
457
35.
Kutúzov. His rebuke to Wolzogen. An order of the day for an attack tomorrow. The spirit of the army
 
459
36.
Prince Andrew with the reserve under fire. Hit by a bursting shell. Outside the dressing station
 
461
37.
The operating tent. Portion of Prince Andrew’s thighbone extracted. Anatole’s leg amputated. Prince Andrew pities him
 
464
38.
Napoleon is depressed. His mind and conscience darkened. His calculation that few Frenchmen perished in Russia
 
465
39.
Appearance of the field at the end of the battle. Doubts maturing in every soul. Only a little further effort needed to secure victory, but such effort impossible. Could Napoleon have used his Old Guard? The Russians had gained a moral victory
 
467
1.
Continuity of motion. Achilles and the tortoise. The method of history: its explanation of events compared withe explanations of the movement of a locomotive
 
469
2.
Summary of the campaign before Borodinó and explanation of Kutúzov’s subsequent movements
 
470
3–4.
Kutúzov and his generals at Poklónny Hill. Council of War at Filí
 
472
5.
The author’s reflections on the abandonment of Moscow. Rostopchín’s conduct and that of private individuals
 
475
6–7.
Hélène in Petersburg. Conversion to Catholicism and plans for remarriage
 
476
8–9.
Pierre walks to Mozháysk. His night lodging there. His dream, and his return to Moscow
 
480
10–11.
Pierre at Rostopchín’s. The affair of Klyucharëv and Vereshchágin. Pierre leaves home secretly
 
482
12–17.
The Rostóvs: packing up and leaving Moscow. They allow wounded officers to stay in their house and avail themselves of their carts to leave Moscow. Berg’s wish to borrow a cart. Natásha when leaving Moscow sees and speaks to Pierre. Prince Andrew travels in their train of vehicles
 
485
18.
Pierre at Bazdéev’s house. He wears a coachmen’s coat
 
496
19.
Napoleon surveys Moscow from Poklónny Hill. He awaits a deputation of les boyars
 
497
20–23.
Moscow compared to a queenless hive. The army’s departure. Looting by Russian soldiers. The Moskvá bridge blocked, and cleared by Ermólov. A brawl among workmen. Reading a Rostopchín broadsheet to a crowd. Scene with the superintendent of police
 
499
24–25.
Rostopchín. The killing of Vereshchágin. The released lunatics. Rostopchín’s encounter with Kutúzov at the bridge
 
505
26.
The French enter Moscow. Shots from the Krémlin gate. The Fire of Moscow discussed
 
511
27–29.
Pierre: his plan to kill Napoleon. Bazdéev’s drunken brother fires at Captain Ramballe, who regards Pierre as a friend
 
513
30–32.
The Rostóvs at Mytíshchni. Natásha sees Prince Andrew
 
521
33–34.
Pierre sets out to meet Napoleon. He saves a child, defends an Armenian girl from a French soldier, and is arrested as an incendiary
 
527
1–3.
Anna Pávolvna’s soirée. Talk of Hélène’s illness. The Bishop’s letter. Victory at Borodinó reported. Death of Hélène. News of abandonment of Moscow. Michaud’s report
 
533
4–8.
Nicholas sent to Vorónezh. An evening at the Governor’s. Nicholas and Princess Mary. A letter from Sónya
 
537
9–13.
Pierre’s treatment as a prisoner. He is questioned by Davout. Shooting of prisoners. Platón Karatáev
 
547
14–16.
Princess Mary goes to the Rostóvs’ in Yaroslávl. Prince Andrew’s last days and death
 
555
1–7.
The cause of historical events. A survey of movements of the Russian army after leaving Moscow. Napoleon’s letter to Kutúzov. The camp at Tarútino. Alexander’s letters to Kutúzov. Ermólov and others absent when wanted. The battle postponed. Kutúzov’s wrath. The action next day. Cossacks surprise Murat’s army and capture prisoners, guns, and booty. Inactivity of the rest of the army
 
563
8–10.
Napoleon’s measures. Proclamation in Moscow. Effects of pillage on French discipline
 
571
11–14.
Pierre: four weeks in captivity. Karatáev and a French soldier. The French leave Moscow. The drum. Pierre’s mental change; he recovers his grip on life. Exit of troops and prisoners. The road blocked. Pierre’s reflections
 
575
15–19.
The Russian army. Dokhtúrov. News of the French having left Moscow reaches Kutúzov at night. His emotion. Cossacks nearly capture Napoleon at Málo-Yaroslávets. He retreats by the Smolénsk road. A third of his army melts away before reaching Vyázma
 
582
1–2.
National characters of the war. A duelist who drops his rapier and seizes a cudgel. Guerrilla warfare. The spirit of the army
 
588
3–11.
The partisans or guerrillas. Denísov, Dólokhov, Pétya Rostóv, and Tíkhon. A French drummer boy. A visit to the enemy’s camp. Attack on a French convoy. The death of Pétya
 
590
12–15.
Pierre’s journey among the prisoners. Karatáev. His story of the merchant. His death. Pierre rescued
 
604
16–18.
The French retreat. Berthier’s report to Napoleon. Their flight beyond Smolénsk
 
609
19.
Why the French were not cut off by the Russians
 
611
1–3.
The Rostóvs. Natásha’s grief. The news of Pétya’s death. Natásha leaves with Princess Mary for Moscow
 
614
4–5.
Analysis of Kutúzov’s movements
 
618
6–9.
Kutúzov at Krásnoe; his speech to the army. Encampment for the night: soldier scenes. Ramballe’s appearance with his orderly. The song of Henri Quatre
 
621
10–12.
The crossing of the Berëzina. Vílna. The Emperor Alexander. Kutúzov; his failing health
 
626
13–21.
Pierre. Illness and recovery at Orël. His new attitude to life and his fellow men. His affairs. He goes to Moscow; the town’s animation and rapid recovery. Pierre meets Natásha at Princess Mary’s. Love
 
631
1–4.
Discussion of forces operating in history. Chance and genius. The ideals of glory and grandeur. Alexander’s renunciation of power. The purpose of a bee
 
645
5–9.
Death of old Count Rostóv. Nicholas in retirement. His mother. His meeting with Princess Mary. Their wedding; estate management in the country; their family life. Sónya a sterile flower. Denísov. Nicholas’ name day
 
650
10–14.
Natásha’s and Pierre’s family life. His return after a visit to Petersburg. The old countess in decay. Conversation about social tendencies, and indignation at reactionary trend of the government. Views of Pierre and Nicholas
 
659
15–16.
The two married couples and their mutual relations. Natásha’s jealously. Young Nicholas Bolkónski’s aspirations
 
669
1–12.
A general discussion on the historians’ study of human life, and on the difficulty of defining the forces that move nations. The problem of free will and necessity
 
675
I.
Battle of Austerlitz
 
697
II.
War of 1805
 
697
III.
Advance and Retreat of Napoleon, 1812
 
698 and 699
IV.
Borodinó
 
698
V.
Moscow
 
699