Dialogues with Dostoevsky: The Overwhelming Questions

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Stanford University Press, 1993 - Literary Criticism - 346 pages
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One of the world's foremost Dostoevsky scholars explores several sets of interesting moral, philosophical, socio-historical, literary, and theological problems that engaged Dostoevsky and link him with major writers and thinkers of the past four centuries.
 

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Contents

Dostoevsky in Movement
1
Turgenevs Execution
29
The Tolstoyan Synthesis
55
The Punishment of the Tramp
75
On Nikolai Nikolaevich
104
Gorkys Polemic
121
Elective Affinities
134
Encounter
144
Two Views of Gogol and
188
Tolstoys Kreutzer Sonata
208
Early Shakespeare and Late
228
Nietzsche and Dostoevsky
237
Vyacheslav I Ivanovs
251
Bakhtins Poetics of Dostoevsky and Dostoevskys
269
Virtue and Immortality in The Brothers
293
Index
337

Dostoevsky and Turgenev
162

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