- Words: 1899
- Length: 5 Pages
- Topic: Death and Dying (general)
- Paper #: 53137732
…there was light-heartedness, friendship, and hope…they were the memories of a love for a woman. Then all became confused and there was still less of what was good; later on again there was still less that was good, and the further he went the less there was. His marriage, a mere accident, then the disenchantment that followed it... (Tolstoy, 1886, 29-30).
He realizes that all the while he thought he was