Aylmer and Louise Maude

Aylmer And Louise Maude

Aylmer Maude (28 March 1858 – 25 August 1938) and Louise Maude (1855–1939) were English translators of Tolstoy's works, and Aylmer Maude also wrote his friend Tolstoy's biography. After living many years in Russia the Maudes spent the rest of their life in England translating Tolstoy's writing and promoting public interest in his work. Aylmer Maude was also involved in a number of early 20th century progressive and idealistic causes.

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... To a large extent, it was Louise who worked on Tolstoy's fiction, and Aylmer who tackled his philosophical writing ... brought out a translation of What is Art? in 1899, while Louise’s translation of Resurrection was published in 1900 by the Brotherhood Publishing Company ... Series, but they also used the smaller firm of Grant Richards, and Constable published Aylmer Maude's two volume Life of Tolstoy in 1908 and 1910 ...

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