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The Hero and the Position of the Author with Regard to the Hero in Dostoevskys Art
The Idea in Dostoevsky
Characteristics of Genre and Plot Composition in Dostoevskys Works
Discourse in Dostoevsky
ii The Heros Monologic Discourse and Narrational Discourse in Dostoevskys Short Novels
iii The Heros Discourse and Narrative Discourse in Dostoevsky
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Page 6 - A plurality of independent and unmerged voices and consciousnesses, a genuine polyphony of fully valid voices is in fact the chief characteristic of Dostoevsky's novels.