3 edition of Dostoevskii found in the catalog.
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He advocated social change instead, for example removal of the feudal system Dostoevskii a weakening of the divisions between the peasantry and the affluent classes. He described her as educated, interested in literature, and a. To pay the school fees, his father borrowed money and extended his private medical practice. "Another Man's Wife and a Husband under the Bed" 1848• However, his relationship Dostoevskii Belinsky became increasingly strained as Belinsky's and dislike of religion clashed with Dostoevsky's Russian Orthodox beliefs.
Allen, James Sloan 2008"Condemned to Be Free," Dostoevskii Wisdom: Great Books and the Meanings of Life, Savannah: Frederic C. Like Christ, Myshkin is a teacher, confessor and mysterious outsider. It was as if he were trying to look into my soul and discover what kind of man I was. The Notebooks for "The Possessed," Notebooks for "The Possessed," translated by Victor Terras, [Chicago], 1968.
Terras, Victor, A Karamazov Companion: Commentary on the Genesis, Language and Style of Dostoevsky's Novel, University of Wisconsin Press, 1981. " In an 1881 edition of his Diaries, Dostoevsky stated that the Tsar and the people should form a unity: "For the people, the tsar is not an external power, not the power of some conqueror.
Compounding matters, Epoch, the magazine he and his brother had founded, failed. They had two more children: Fyodor, born in 1871, and Alexey, born in 1875. Ivan's philosophical essay, Dostoevskii Legend of the Grand Inquisitor, is a work now famous Dostoevskii its own right. Dostoevsky contacted Pavel Olkhin from Saint Petersburg, who recommended his pupil, the twenty-year-old. At his father's insistence, Dostoyevsky trained as an engineer in St. His first published work, a translation of Balzac's novel Eugenie Grandet, appeared in a St.
An analysis of the collected information clarifies the existing knowledge Dostoevskii the activities and views of Samoilo in the Wilno period and complements the general picture of the life of the Russian minority in the Wilno region and in the interwar Poland as a whole. " He also wrote that "even if someone were to prove to me that the truth lay outside Christ, I should choose to remain with Christ rather than with the truth.
National Review, May 22, 1987. He wrote more than 700 letters, a dozen of which are lost.
He participated in discussions about the works of the Russian philosopher Nikolai Berdyaev, organized by the literary-artistic section of the Wilno Russian Society in 1925.
, Of War and War's Alarms: Fiction and Politics in the Modern World, Macmillan, 1976.
Slonim, Marc, Three Loves of Dostoevsky, Rinehart, 1955.