by Leo Tolstoy
Enter your search query for this book.
Results will appear here as you type.
This short novel, published after Tolstoy's death, is the last novel the great author wrote.
The novel tells the true story of Hadji Murad (or Hadji Murat, alternatively), an Avar
who commanded the peoples of Dagestan and Chechnya in their resistance against
assimilation into Russian Empire. Tolstoy had first heard of Murad during his travels, and
the author became inspired by his refusal to give in to the demands of a corrupt world.
Hadji Murad shares many of the same themes found in War and Peace. Those enchanted
by Tolstoy's work may find yet another treasure in this lesser-known historical novel.