- Title Pages
- Note to the Reader
- 1 Tolstoy on War, Russia, and Empire
- 2 The Use of Historical Sources in <i>War and Peace</i>
- 3 Moscow in 1812
- 4 The French at War
- 5 Symposium of Quotations
- 6 The Great Man in <i>War and Peace</i>
- 7 <i>War and Peace</i> from the Military Point of View
- 8 Tolstoy and Clausewitz
- 9 The Awful Poetry of War
- 10 Tolstoy and Clausewitz
- 11 The Disobediences of <i>War and Peace</i>
- 12 Tolstoy the International Relations Theorist
- <i>War and Peace</i> at West Point
- Works Cited
- Tolstoy On War
- Cornell University Press
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