Contributed by Glenn Pease on Apr 1, 2021
No woman in history has been so severely condemned for so few words. She only steps on the stage for a moment, and she utters about ten words. On the basis of those few words she has been psychoanalyzed by preachers and scholars, and they have concluded, she was to Job what Judas was to Jesus.
Because of his great novel, War and Peace, Leo Tolstoy became
one of the most famous Russians that ever lived. His fame and
fortune did not bring him happiness, however, because of his wife.
They were about as compatible as a porcupine and a bubble. She
loved luxury, and he hated it. She loved