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'''''The Cossacks''''' (1863) is the name of a short novel by [[Russian]] author [[Leo Tolstoy]].  The story is centered on a man who leaves leaves [[Moscow]] to live among the [[kozak]]s/[[cossack]]s of the [[Caucasus]].  It is famous for its colorful portrayal of the kozak life.
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'''''The Cossacks''''' (1863) is the name of a short novel by [[Russia]]n author [[Leo Tolstoy]].  The story is centered on a man who leaves leaves [[Moscow]] to live among the [[kozak]]s/[[cossack]]s of the [[Caucasus]].  It is famous for its colorful portrayal of the kozak life.
  
  
 
[[Category:Books|Cossacks]]
 
[[Category:Books|Cossacks]]

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The Cossacks (1863) is the name of a short novel by Russian author Leo Tolstoy. The story is centered on a man who leaves leaves Moscow to live among the kozaks/cossacks of the Caucasus. It is famous for its colorful portrayal of the kozak life.