War and Peace simple family tree War and Peace detailed family tree Natasha Rostova, a postcard by Elisabeth Bohm The novel tells the story of five families—the Bezukhovs, the Bolkonskys, the Rostovs, the Kuragins, and the Drubetskoys. The main characters are:
War and Peace simple family tree War and Peace detailed family tree Natasha Rostova, a postcard by Elisabeth Bohm The novel tells the story of five families—the Bezukhovs, the Bolkonskys, the Rostovs, the Kuragins, and the Drubetskoys.
The main characters are: The central character and often a voice for Tolstoy's own beliefs or struggles. Pierre is the socially awkward illegitimate son of Count Kirill Vladimirovich Bezukhov, who has fathered dozens of illegitimate sons.
Educated abroad, Pierre returns to Russia as a misfit. His unexpected inheritance of a large fortune makes him socially desirable.
The father of Andrei and Maria, the eccentric prince possesses a gruff exterior and displays great insensitivity to the emotional needs of his children. Nevertheless, his harshness often belies hidden depth of feeling.
Prince Andrei Nikolayevich Bolkonsky: A strong but skeptical, thoughtful and philosophical aide-de-camp in the Napoleonic Wars. Princess Maria Nikolayevna Bolkonskaya: Sister of Prince Andrei, Princess Maria is a pious woman whose father attempted to give her a good education. The caring, nurturing nature of her large eyes in her otherwise plain face are frequently mentioned.
The pater-familias of the Rostov family; hopeless with finances, generous to a fault.
As a result, the Rostovs never have enough cash, in spite of having many estates. Countess Natalya Ilyinichna "Natasha" Rostova: A central character, introduced as "not pretty but full of life", romantic, impulsive and highly strung.
She is an accomplished singer and dancer. Count Nikolai Ilyich "Nikolenka" Rostov: A hussarthe beloved eldest son of the Rostov family. Sofia Alexandrovna "Sonya" Rostova: Countess Vera Ilyinichna Rostova: Eldest of the Rostov children, she marries the German career soldier, Berg.
Pyotr Ilyich "Petya" Rostov: Youngest of the Rostov children.
A ruthless man who is determined to marry his children into wealth at any cost. A beautiful and sexually alluring woman who has many affairs, including it is rumoured with her brother Anatole.War & Peace is a historical period drama television serial first broadcast on BBC One on 3 January , produced by BBC Cymru Wales, in association with The Weinstein Company, Lookout Point and .
War and Peace (pre-reform Russian: Война и миръ; post-reform Russian: Война и мир, translit.
Voyná i mir [vɐjˈna i ˈmʲir]) is a novel by the Russian author Leo Tolstoy. It is regarded as a central work of world literature and one of . Set against the backdrop of Napoleon’s invasion of Russia, "War and Peace" is a story of passion, romance, scandal, and deceit surrounding the rising and falling fortunes of five aristocratic families – the Bezukhovs, Bolkonskys, Drubetskoys, Kuragins and Rostovs – in the waning days of imperial Russia.
By weakening the independence and strength of individuals’ minds and forcing them to live in a constant state of propaganda-induced fear, the Party is able to force its subjects to accept anything it decrees, even if it is entirely illogical—for instance, the Ministry of Peace is in charge of waging war, the Ministry of Love is in charge of political torture, .
Jan 03, · Watch video · The Rostovs leave Moscow as the French army draws near, leading to an unexpected reunion, Pierre performs a heroic act which has repercussions for both he and his wife, while Sonya makes an important /10(K). Online shopping from a great selection at Digital Music Store.