But by the love for them that is in
God does not wish men to live apart, and
therefore he does not reveal to them what each one needs for
himself; but he wishes them to live united, and therefore
reveals to each of them that
they are needful to each other's Happiness.
1885-1889 "What Men Live by" Leo Tolstoy
Walter Scott Publishers, London.
Gilded Cover and edges of pages. Also includes "What Shall It
Profit a Man" Volume II of a 3 Volume set of Tolstoy's
1951 "What Men Live By" Leo Tolstoy,
Allen Press Belvedere, California. #1 out of
Limited Edition of 150 copies. The type face is Romanee,
hand-set; the paper is hand-made
Maidstone, printed damp.
The book was designed, printed on a hand-press and bound by
Lewis & Dorothy Allen at the L-D Allen Press. Wood
Mallette Dean. From
Oak Knoll Books, New
1965 "What Men Live By" Leo Tolstoy,
Pauper Press Version, Mount Vernon, NY. 1st Edition Copy.
Jeff Hill. There have been a number of printings of this
volume over the years from 1965 to mid 1970's as
far as I can tell.
A number are still available on the internet, even
Abe Books, Victoria, Canada.