The Cambridge Companion to Dostoevskii
W. J. Leatherbarrow
Cambridge University Press, Jul 18, 2002 - Literary Criticism - 244 pages
Key dimensions of Dostoevskii's writing and life are explored in this collection of specially commissioned essays. Contributors examines topics such as Dostoevskii's relation to folk literature, money, religion, the family and science. The essays are well supported by supplementary material including a chronology of the period and detailed guides to further reading. Altogether the volume provides an invaluable resource for scholars and students.
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