[INDOLOGY] Russian scholarship on Tolstoj and his reception of early Buddhist thought
Karttunen, Klaus J
klaus.karttunen at helsinki.fi
Tue Aug 4 07:33:31 EDT 2020
Dear Omar Abu Dbei,
see Radha Balasubramanian: The Influence of India on Leo Tolstoy and Tolstoy’s Influence on India. A Study of Reciprocal Receptions. 15+274 p. Lewiston & Queenston & Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press 2013 (which I reviewed in Scando-Slavica 61, 2015, 125f.)
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Subject: [INDOLOGY] Russian scholarship on Tolstoj and his reception of early Buddhist thought
Dear List Members,
as I am interested in discovering some more about the inspiration Tolstoj drew from his Buddhist readings, I would like to ask if there is anyone among you who might recommend some scholarship in Russian - whether articles or essays - about this topic. As for the writing I have discovered so far, there's plenty indeed to read, but hardly anything that I would define as scholarship (Ivan Bunin).
I know the subject of this enquiry may appear somewhat divergent from the topics usually discussed on this list, but I wish to consult you as well and not limit myself to the information I can gather from the field of Slavic Studies. I would be extremely thankful for any suggestion.
With kindest regards,
Omar Abu Dbei
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