Premium Content Ivan Ilych: Redemption in Mere Minutes
By Anonymous - September 24, 2004
Ivan Ilych is dead. His death is hardly what one would call "mourned", and his family and friends think only of how they can profit from his timely demise. He has led a terrible life, and suffered through a generally meaningless existence. One might wonder how the title character in Tolstoy's "The Death of Ivan Ilych" manages to find redemption in…
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