The Power Of Darkness by Leo Tolstoy

"The Power of Darkness" is a harrowing drama that delves into the depths of human depravity and the struggle for redemption. Set in rural Russia, the narrative follows a peasant named Nikita, who, driven by lust and greed, becomes entangled in a web of tragic events, including adultery, infanticide, and deception. As the consequences of his actions spiral out of control, the story exposes the stark realities of the moral decay and the social ills of the time. The play ultimately confronts the audience with the profound impact of sin and the possibility of forgiveness, posing challenging questions about the nature of evil and the potential for moral transformation.

The 4773rd greatest book of all time


Published
1886
Nationality
Russian
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Russian

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