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Fyodor Mikhailovich . 1821--81, Russian novelist, the psychological perception of whose works has greatly influenced the subsequent development of the novel. His best-known works are Crime and Punishment (1866), The Idiot (1868), The Possessed (1871), and The Brothers Karamazov (1879--80)
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Instead, I have a small holy collection wherein it once made perfect sense to tuck Auster beside Dostoyevsky.
The phenomenon of romantic self-consciousness that Josipovici views as a crucial step toward modernist cultural emancipation is for Dostoyevsky a tragic misstep.
Abdallah's next project is another Dostoyevsky adaptation; this time though, he will return to monodrama, utilizing the acting talent of Ahmad Hassan.
human nature, then I loved in Dostoyevsky the person who lived and
State-run Rossiya television said the main dome was the second-largest wooden cupola in Europe, and Channel One said that writer Fyodor Dostoyevsky was married there.
We demonstrate that Singer's offering is permeated by a universalising discourse marked by asymmetric power relations clearly described by Edward Said in Orientalism and, more surprisingly, by Fyodor Dostoyevsky in The Possessed.
Numberless works have been lost to the sands of time, not to mention the floods, demolitions, thefts, fires, and even lungs of time: "Mikhail Bakhtin, exiled in Kazakhstan, used his work on Dostoyevsky as cigarette papers, after having smoked a copy of the Bible.
Smith maintains, however, that the many cultural references were inadvertent, and takes pains to note the non-black voices included here, such as painter Brice Marden, model Lauren Hutton and Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoyevsky.
The author supports these stereotypes by taking refuge in his reading of Dostoyevsky whom he praises as a guardian of "true values" and a fighter against socialism (p.
Throughout Crime and Punishment, Dostoyevsky provides examples of physical actions and reactions that demonstrate Raskolnikov's consciousness of his guilt.
Chatman concludes, though, that even a writer of the narrative energy of Dostoyevsky does not give the reader all the information he intends to communicate in the language itself.
Therein Dostoyevsky describes a small town under siege by Illuminati-inspired revolutionaries.