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Dostoevsky. The stir of liberation, 1860-1865

Author: Joseph Frank
Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1988, ©1986.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st Princeton pbk. printView all editions and formats
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Begins with the writer's return to St. Petersburg, after a ten-year Siberian exile. Having met with sudden fame as the highly praised young author of Poor Folk in 1845, Dostoevsky was abruptly forgotten after his arrest and exile for political conspiracy. He came back to the capital determined to reestablish his literary reputation. Now as the editor of and writer for two literary journals that joined in the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Fyodor Dostoyevsky; Fyodor Dostoyevsky; Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Frank
ISBN: 0691014523 9780691014524
OCLC Number: 33953981
Description: xv, 395 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 23 cm
Contents: Part I: A time of hope --
Introduction --
Exile's return --
"A bit of liberty, a bit of freedom" --
A new movement: Pochvennichestvo --
Into the fray --
Petersburg visions --
AN aesthetics of transcendence --
Polemical skirmishes --
The insulted and injured Part II: The era of proclamations --
The first leaflets --
Young Russia --
Portrait of a nihilist --
"The land of holy wonders" --
Time: the final months --
House of the dead --
Winter notes on summer impressions Part III: Polina --
An emancipated woman --
A tormented lover --
Part IV: The prison of utopia --
Epoch --
"Will I ever see Masha again?" --
Notes from underground --
The end of epoch --
"The vitality of a cat."
Responsibility: Joseph Frank.

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Begins with the writer's return to St. Petersburg, after a ten-year Siberian exile. Having met with sudden fame as the highly praised young author of Poor Folk in 1845, Dostoevsky was abruptly forgotten after his arrest and exile for political conspiracy. He came back to the capital determined to reestablish his literary reputation. Now as the editor of and writer for two literary journals that joined in the cultural and social ferment of Russia in the early 1860s, Dostoevsky was to discover the themes that would underlie his mature masterpieces.

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