The Notebooks for Crime and Punishment
University of Chicago Press, 1967 - 246 pages
Dostoyevsky's notebook provide a key to understanding one of the world's greatest novels. It offers the reader a glimpse into the heart of the creative process, with schematic plans of major portions of the novel; variants of scenes; and reflections on philosophical and religious ideas.
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