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But Fyedka simply told how the sister brought vodka and he did not start to drink it . . And consider, if he did not start to drink at a moment like that, then he really had reformed’ (1982: 238). Further evidence of the 22 Children writing stories father’s reform comes with the almost casual revelation that Gordei has learned to read. ‘When we had had supper my sister kissed Father again and went off home. Then Father began to rummage in his pack and Mother and I watched. ’ It was not the book, however, that Gordei was looking for but the fortune.
It was Coleridge, rather than Rousseau, who had most elegantly and provocatively formulated Tolstoy’s pedagogic goal, in an essay published in his journal The Friend in 1818, an essay which Tolstoy almost certainly had never read: not to assist in storing the passive mind with the various sorts of knowledge most in request, as if the human soul were a mere repository or banqueting house, but to place it in such relations of circumstance as should gradually excite the germinal power that craves no knowledge but what it can take up into itself, what it can appropriate and reproduce in fruits of its own.
In this instance, he confirms his intention to resurrect the dead parents even as he offers an implausibly mundane interpretation of the miraculous event. The forest is a magical world where the lost can be mysteriously found and the dead brought back to life. In almost every case the encounter in the forest brings about a transformation. But the resolution of this first adventure is not quite as we may have anticipated. ’ With this, the child is returned to the care, protection and authority of his parents.