Ebook comes with main table of contents and interlinked sub table of contents. Each chapter is clearly marked so user knows which book within the boxset is being read.
• The Cossacks. (Illustrated/Inline Footnotes)
• War and Peace. (Inline Footnotes)
• Anna Karenina. (Inline Footnotes)
• Resurrection. (Inline Footnotes)
• Family Happiness. (Inline Footnotes)
• The Death of Ivan Ilych. (Inline Footnotes)
• The Kreutzer Sonata.
• The Forged Coupon.
• Hadji Murad. (Inline Footnotes)
The Unfinished Novels.
• The Decembrists. (Inline Footnotes)
• A Morning of a Landed Proprietor. (Inline Footnotes)
The Complete Short Stories.
• The Power of Darkness.
• The First Distiller.
• The Light Shines in Darkness.
• Fruits of Enlightenment.
• The Living Corpse.
• The Cause of it All.
The Letters and Memoirs.
• A Letter to a Hindu.
• Letter to Ernest Howard Crosby.
• Letter on the Question of Negroes.
• Letters to His Son Ilya.
• Letters to Acquaintances. (Inline footnotes)
• The First Step.
• Early Days.
• The Beginning of the End.
• Three Days in the Village. (Inline footnotes)
• The Demands of Love.
• Last Will and Testament.
• Last Message to Mankind.
Tolstoy on Religion.
• What I Believe.
• The Gospel in Brief.
• A Confession. (Inline footnotes)
• The Kingdom of God Is Within You.
• Christianity and Patriotism.
• Reason and Religion.
• Persecution of Christians in Russia.
• Thoughts on God.
• 'Thou Shalt Not Kill'
• Two Wars.
• Reason and Morality.
• Church and State. (Inline Footnotes)
Tolstoy on Art and Literature.
• What is Art? (Inline Footnotes)
• Wherein Is Truth In Art?
• Shakespeare and the Drama.
• Works of Guy de Maupassant.
• A Stockham's Tokology.
• Amiel's Diary.
• S. T. Seménov's Peasant Stories.
• Stop and Think!
• Introduction to Modern Science.
Tolstoy on Politics and Social Reform.
• Patriotism or Peace.
• Patriotism and Government. (Inline Footnotes)
• To the Tsar and His Assistants. (Inline Footnotes)
• The Slavery of Our Times. (Inline Footnotes)
• To The Working People.
• Carthago Delenda Est.
• What Shall We Do?
• What to Do? Thoughts Evoked by the Census in Moscow. (Inline Footnotes)
• Shame! Translated by Nathan Haskell Dole. (Inline Footnotes)
• Two Wars.
• Bethink Yourselves!
• A Terrible Question.
• Why Do People Stupefy Themselves.
• On Anarchy.
• Three Methods of Reform.
• On Communal Life.
• The Emigration of the Doukhobors. (Inline Footnotes)
• A Great Iniquity. (Inline Footnotes)
• The Meaning of the Russian Revolution.
• Help for the Starving.
• In the Midst of the Starving.
• Means of Helping the Population Suffering from Bad Harvests. (Inline Footnotes)
• I Cannot Be Silent.
• An Appeal to Russians.
• Tolstoy on Lincoln.
• A Comparison of America and Europe.
The Criticism of Tolstoy.
• “Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky” by Maurice Baring.
• My Literary Passions: “Tolstoy” by William Dean Howells.
• Essays on Russian Novelists: “Tolstoi” by William Lyon Phelps. (Inline Footnotes)
• “Tolstoy the Artist” by Ivan Panin.
• “Tolstoy the Preacher” by Ivan Panin.
• “Tolstoy and the Cult of Simplicity” by G. K. Chesterton.
• “Count Tolstoi and the Public Censor” by Isabel Hapgood.
• The Russian Point of View By Virginia Woolf.
• The Revivalism of Leo Tolstoy By Otto Heller.
The Biographies on Tolstoy.
• Leo Tolstoy - His Life and Work by P. Biryukov (Illustrated)
• Reminiscences of Tolstoy by His Son Ilya Tolstoy. (Inline Footnotes)