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Disk 1 von 4

  1. 1 July 1805 - "This Means War"
  2. 2 Pierre, Illegitimate Son of Count Behuzov
  3. 3 Prince Andrei Queries Pierre's Future
  4. 4 Rum, a Ledge and a Dancing Bear
  5. 5 Name Day of St. Natalya - At the Rostovs
  6. 6 Ball at the Rostovs
  7. 7 At Bleak Hills, the Home of the Bolkonsky Family
  8. 8 Old Prince Bolkonsky Says Farewell to His Son
  9. 9 Kutuzov, Commander in Chief
  10. 10 Héléne Kuragin Meets Pierre
  11. 11 November 1805 - The Battle of Austerlitz

Disk 2 von 4

  1. 1 Prince Andrei Takes up the Flag
  2. 2 Nikolay Rostov, Lieutenant of the Hussars
  3. 3 Pierre and Héléne - A Separation
  4. 4 New Direction for Pierre
  5. 5 New Inspiration for Prince Andrei
  6. 6 Ball and a Betrothal
  7. 7 Natasha Goes to the Opera
  8. 8 Anatole Kuragin
  9. 9 Kuragin and Dolohov Plan an Abduction

Disk 3 von 4

  1. 1 Broken Engagement and Threats of War
  2. 2 Trappings for Another War
  3. 3 War Comes to Smolensk, Near Bleak Hills
  4. 4 Old Prince Bolkonsky Falls Unconscious
  5. 5 Civil Breakdown in Moscow - Pierre Reacts
  6. 6 August 25 - The Eve of the Battle of Borodino
  7. 7 Prince Andrei in Battle
  8. 8 Rostovs Prepare to Flee Mascow
  9. 9 Last Day in Moscow
  10. 10 Conquerors Arrive in the Capital
  11. 11 Pierre Makes Contact - And a Decision

Disk 4 von 4

  1. 1 Natasha Discovers the Wounded Andrei
  2. 2 Pierre Captured
  3. 3 In Petersburg - An Unexpected Death
  4. 4 Pierre Captured
  5. 5 Prince Andrei Weakens
  6. 6 Tide of the War Turns
  7. 7 Flight of the French, the Plight of the Russians
  8. 8 Pierre Meets Old Friends
  9. 9 Marriage and New Lives
  10. 10 New Generation, Fresh With Hope

Produktinfo

War and Peace is one of the greatest monuments in world literature. Set against the dramatic backdrop of the Napoleonic Wars, it examines the relationship between the individual and the relentless march of history. Here are the universal themes of love and hate, ambition and despair, youth and age, expressed with a swirling vitality which makes the book as accessible today as it was when it was first published in 1869.

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