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90-volume Collection Of the Works of Leo Tolstoy Will Be Digitized
29.08.2013 23:14
90-volume Collection Of the Works of Leo Tolstoy Will Be Digitized

90-volume collection of the works of Leo Tolstoy will be digitized and laid out in the network.


Museums of Leo Tolstoy in Moscow and Yasnaya Polyana in partnership with ABBYY Linguistic company announced about a large-scale project on the digitization and computation of 90-volume collected works of a classic.


For rapid implementation of the project organizers have expressed the need to attract at least 2,500 volunteers who will be engaged in proofreading the texts. 


According to the organizers, the main aim of the project is to attract the attention of a wide audience to the works of Leo Tolstoy, and to acquaint the reader with little-known works of the writer.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian Literature Leo Tolstoy    

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