Register with us and content you save will appear here so you can access them to read later.is a grand undertaking of humanity that is both epic and intimate.But after he tastes the thrill of fighting in a battle, he does not attain his long-coveted happiness which he thinks his marriage has divested.Honor and glory in the end almost spoil his whole life.They simply act in accordance with their natural dispositions, habits, circumstances, values, and aims; moved by fear and vanity, and supposed that they know what they are doing and do it of their own free will.This constitutes an that plays a significant role in warfare if one thinks of this individuality as a unit in human swarm.
The search of life’s meaning takes him to the midst of battlefield.
The novel mostly revolves around two families–the Rostovs and the Bolkonskys and an eclectic Pierre Bezuhov.
Napoleon’s invasion of Russia forms the backdrop of the novel.
The thought of being happy in the happiness of others provides the solace to her.
Natasha, whose impulsiveness leads her to utter disgrace and threatens to destroy all her happiness, forever lives in the daunting qualm of her wrongdoing.
What intrigues him is the moment of glory that transcends one’s lifetime.