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What Men Live By pdf

“What Men Live By” is a short story written by Russian author Leo Tolstoy in 1885. It is one of the short stories included in his collection What Men Live By, and Other Tales, published in 1885. The compilation also included the written pieces “The Three Questions”, “The Coffee-House of Surat”, and “How Much Land Does a Man Need?”.

What Men Live By

What Men Live By Summary

A kind and humble shoemaker called Simon goes out one day to purchase sheep-skins in order to sew a winter coat for his wife and himself to share. Usually the little money which Simon earns would be spent to feed his wife and children. Simon decides that in order to afford the skins he must go on a collection to receive the five rubles and twenty kopeks owed to him by his customers. As he heads out to collect the money he also borrows a three-rouble note from his wife’s money box. While going on his collection he only manages to receive twenty kopeks rather than the full amount. Feeling disheartened by this, Simon rashly spends the twenty kopeks on vodka and starts to head back home.

Details What Men Live By pdf Book

Name Of the Novel: What Men Live By
Author: Leo Tolstoy
Country: Russian
Language: Russian
Genre: Fiction
then Dodd, Mead (US)
Published in English: 2000
Media type: Print
Pages: 49
Book Type: pdf / ePub

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