40% done with War and Peace


The strain is even getting to Maira – she acts irrationally, though always regrets and repents for her actions. And she always sees how even when her father is cruel to her, that he is old and weak and failing and that she must forgive him. It’s theme moments that make his last moments later on the more touching.

Yet I still question the rightness of Maria’s sacrifice. I still feel she should live more.