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Dostoevsky : the major fiction

Author: Edward Wasiolek
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass., The M.I.T. Press, ©1964.
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In the past, critics have considered Dostoevsky an artist, thinker or psychologist, according to their own temperment. Now, with the appearance of Dostoevsky: The Major Fiction, it is at last possible to see him whole - for in this close, critical reading of Dostoevsky's major works the aesthetic, ideological, and psycholgical factors are as thoroughly interwoven and interdependant as they are in the novels  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Wasiolek, Edward.
Dostoevsky: the major fiction.
Cambridge, Mass., M.I.T. Press [1964]
(OCoLC)576896051
Online version:
Wasiolek, Edward.
Dostoevsky: the major fiction.
Cambridge, Mass., M.I.T. Press [1964]
(OCoLC)609191259
Named Person: Fyodor Dostoyevsky; Fyodor Dostoyevsky; Fyodor Dostoyevsky; Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Wasiolek
OCLC Number: 1175474
Description: xiv, 255 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: The early works --
The Petrashevsky circle and The house of the dead --
Chernyshevsky and The insulted and the injured --
Notes from the underground and Dostoevsky's moral dialectic --
Crime and punishment --
The idiot --
The possessed --
The adolescent and The dream of the ridiculous man --
The Brothers Karamazov.
Responsibility: Edward Wasiolek.

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In the past, critics have considered Dostoevsky an artist, thinker or psychologist, according to their own temperment. Now, with the appearance of Dostoevsky: The Major Fiction, it is at last possible to see him whole - for in this close, critical reading of Dostoevsky's major works the aesthetic, ideological, and psycholgical factors are as thoroughly interwoven and interdependant as they are in the novels themselves.

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