I'm reading this in a collection of Tolstoy's short works based on the (excellent) Maude translations. This informs me that there were two versions made, one for the public and one for private consumption - the lithograph version. The Maudes translate the public version, but give the variant lithograph text in 100 notes in an appendix. If you want a good reading experience I recommend just reading the public version right through and ignoring the notes! But if you read the notes after doing this, the notes suggest the Lithograph version is the more interesting one. So I'd like a "readable" version of the lithograph. Anyone know if there is one in existence? The ones I can "look inside" on Amazon look like the public version.