Fyodor Dostoyevsky

FYODOR DOSTOYEVSKY (1821-1881) used his novels to peer into the tortured depths of the human soul. Over the course of his difficult life, Dostoyevsky went from a confirmed revolutionary-socialist to a religious arch-conservative, managing to express through his literature all of the ideas and theories which enraptured, ennerved and invigorated Russian society in the middle of the 19th century.


Crime and Punishment (March/April 2019)
Crime & Punishment (July/August 2015)
White Nights (15: Summer)
The Idiot (11: Dacha Life)
A Writer's Diary (05: Winter Holidays)
Vlas (24: Dostoyevsky Bilingual)
Letter to Sofya (24: Dostoyevsky Bilingual)
The Crocodile (24: Dostoyevsky Bilingual)
Masha is Lying on the Table (24: Dostoyevsky Bilingual)
Letter Before Exile (24: Dostoyevsky Bilingual)
The Petersburg Feuilletons (24: Dostoyevsky Bilingual)

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