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The Dostoevsky archive : firsthand accounts of the novelist from contemporaries' memoirs and rare periodicals, most translated into English for the first time, with a detailed lifetime chronology and annotated bibliography

Author: Peter Sekirin
Publisher: Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., ©1997.
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Stocked partly with material from archives that opened after the fall of the Soviet Union, documents the life of Russian novelist Dostoevsky (1821-81), a major literary figure throughout the world. The texts are presented in chronological sections from his childhood through the various stages of his literary and political career to his last months. Supporting material includes substantial introductions to the volume  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Dostoevsky archive.
Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., ©1997
(OCoLC)607843569
Named Person: Fyodor Dostoyevsky; Fyodor Dostoyevsky; Fiodor Mikhaïlovitch Dostoïevski; Fiodor Mikhaïlovitch Dostoïevski; Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Sekirin
ISBN: 0786402644 9780786402649
OCLC Number: 36045746
Description: xiii, 370 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: History of the Dostoevsky Archive in Russia / Igor Volgin --
pt. I. Dostoevsky's Biography in Documents and Memoirs of His Contemporaries. 1. Childhood in Moscow, 1821-1837. The Raped Girl. Shelter for the Poor. About F.M. Dostoevsky / Orest Miller. The Dostoevsky Brothers in Their Childhood / Andrei Dostoevsky. 2. Studies in the St. Petersburg Military Engineering Academy. Father's Death. First Literary Success. The Father's Death. Fyodor Dostoevsky in the Forties / Andrei Dostoevsky. Literary Memoirs. Poor People, Dostoevsky's First Novel / Dmitry Grigorovich. Memoirs About Dostoevsky / Konstantin Trutovsky. First Accounts of a Doctor About Dostoevsky's Epilepsy / Stepan Ianovsky. Dostoevsky's First Literary Success / Pavel Annenkov. First Meeting with Dostoevsky / Vladimir Sollogub. 3. Socialist Circle, Arrest and Investigation, 1846-1849. The Beginning of Dostoevsky's Literary Career / Avdotia Panaeva. About Dostoevsky's Involvement in the Petrashevsky Secret Socialist Circle / Aleksandr Miliukov. The Catastrophe / Orest Miller. My Arrest and the Investigation of the Petrashevsky Case / Andrei Dostoevsky. About Dostoevsky's Youth: "He Was Never a Revolutionary" / Pyotr Semenov. The Near Execution of the Members of the Petrashevsky Circle: A Witness's Report / I. Vuich. 4. Prison, Army Service and Exile. Ten Years in Siberia: 1849-1859. Dostoevsky's Four Years in the Omsk Prison / Pyotr Martianov. Dostoevsky's Love Story in the Army / E.M. Feoktistov. My Meeting with Dostoevsky in Siberia / Pyotr Semenov. Dostoevsky's First Letters from Siberia / Andrei Dostoevsky. About Dostoevsky's Army Service and Exile in Siberia / Aleksandr Vrangel. New Version of Dostoevsky's Arrest: A Witness Report / A. Pinchuk. "Fyodor Dostoevsky ... Is to Be Executed by a Firing Squad": A Myth or a Fact? / Aleksei Pleshcheev. Secret Meeting with Dostoevsky on His Way to a Siberian Prison / M.D. Frantseva. Dostoevsky's Arrival at Prison / Boleslav Markevich. The Writer Talking to the Students About Christian Values / V. Abeldiaev. "The Dead Man": In Prison, They Called Him by a Nickname / A.K. Rozhnovsky. Dostoevsky in the Army: "He Did Not Talk Much" / Vladimir Iakovlev. Several New Letters by Dostoevsky / Evgeny Feoktistov. Life in the Army Was as Bad as in Prison / A. Ivanov. Private Dostoevsky During His Routine Service in the Army / A. Skandin. New Facts About Dostoevsky in Semipalatinsk / B. Gerasimov. After Siberian Exile: "We Saw Nervous Convulsions on His Face ..." / Boleslav Markevich. 5. Literary Journals and "Innocent" Novels: The Period of Transition. Why Was Dostoevsky Not Published in the Prestigious Journals? / P. Kovalevsky. My Memories About Journals Edited by Dostoevsky / Pyotr Boborykin. Memories of Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky as a Journalist / Nikolai Strakhov. A Visit to Fyodor Dostoevsky in St. Petersburg / Andrei Dostoevsky. Remembrances About Dostoevsky in the Summer of 1866 / Maria Ivanova. Dostoevsky's Writing Crime and Punishment / Nikolai Fon-Fokht. Dostoevsky Wanted to Stop the Revolutionary Terror in Russia / Nikolai Chernyshevsky. Dostoevsky During the Day of the First Assassination Attempt on the Tsar / Pyotr Veinberg. Literary Spectacles with Dostoevsky as an Actor / Pyotr Veinberg. How Dostoevsky Took Plots of His Novels from Real Life / Evgeny Opochinin. 6. Three Love Stories in the 1860s, in Russia and Abroad. The Years of My Intimacy with Dostoevsky / Polina Suslova. How Dostoevsky Proposed to Anna Korvin-Krukovskaya / Sofia Kovalevskaya. Memoirs / Anna Dostoevskaya. 7. Socialists Become "the Demons." The Citizen, A Writer's Diary, The Idiot, and The Brothers Karamazov. Friendship with the Royal Family. He Was the Most Loyal, Dedicated and Conservative Monarchist / Vladimir Meshchersky. Memoirs of a Close Personal Friend / Vsevolod Soloviev. Dostoevsky Speaks About Italian Art / Aleksandr Briullov. Dostoevsky at Literary Parties / Elena Stakenshneider. Memoirs of a Publishing House Worker / Mikhail Alexandrov. Dostoevsky Talking to Activists of the Women's Movement in Russia / Liudmila Simonova. Most Novels Were Based on Criminal Cases Taken from Real Life / Anatoly Koni. Dostoevsky and Spiritualism / V. Pribytkova. Fyodor Mikhailovich in Staraya Russa / Anatoly Alexandrov. The House and the Study of Dostoevsky / Orest Miller. Dostoevsky Speaks About Russian Writers / Vladimir Korolenko. Dostoevsky's Meeting with Anti-Christ / I. Iasinsky. According to Dostoevsky, the Idea of Socialism Was Alien to Russia and Was Brought from the West / N.F. Bunakov. Scars Left by Prison Shackles Were Displayed in Public / V.M. Peretz. Frequent Epileptic Fits --
A Terrible Experience / A.G. Shile. Meeting with the Royal Family During the Creation of Crime and Punishment / V. Vasiliev. Anna Dostoevskaya Recollects About the Writer's Epilepsy / I. Izmailov. The Dostoevsky Family: Romance Which Never Ended / Maria Stoiunina. A Story About Dostoevsky's Brief Incarceration in the 1870s / P.I. Karepin. My Meeting with My Uncle, Fyodor Dostoevsky / V.A. Sevastianova (Dostoevskaya). Memoirs of a Senior Officer from the Parole Department of the Ministry of Justice / K.I. Maslennikov. My Visit to Dostoevsky's Apartment in St. Petersburg / N. Pruzhansky. Dostoevsky and the Beggar / N. Repin. Rare Reminiscences from the Personal Diary / Anna G. Dostoevskaya. 8. The Pushkin Speech: Triumph in Moscow. In the Editorial Office of The Russian Speech / N. Firsov. Dostoevsky's Portrait in the Society / D.I. Stakheev. A Reading by Dostoevsky / D.N. Sadovnikov. Memoirs About Turgenev and Dostoevsky / E.M. Garshin. Four Meetings with Turgenev / S.A. Vengerov. About the Unveiling of the Pushkin Monument in Moscow / S. Bobchev. Dostoevsky's in the Seventies / M. Kamenetskaya. From My Memoirs: Dostoevsky's Speech About Pushkin / D. Liubimov. Writer's Report About Pushkin's Festival: "A Great, Overwhelming Success" / Gleb Uspensky. A Few Days Later / Gleb Uspensky. Those Were Really Unforgettable Days! / Alexei Slivitsky. More About the Pushkin Speech / Anna I. Suvorina. The Pushkin Anniversary and Dostoevsky's Speech / K.M. Staniukovich. 9. Dostoevsky's Last Month: January 1881. Dostoevsky: In Memoriam / A. Toliverova. A Student Meets Dostoevsky / A. Doganovich. A Childhood Encounter with Dostoevsky / D.S. Merezhkovsky. A Writer Remembers the Funeral / A. Kruglov. Dostoevsky in Literary Gatherings / A. Moshin. Dostoevsky in the Late 1870s / I.I. Ianzhul. Sketches of Dostoevsky / G. De Vollan. Memories of a Close Associate / Nikolai Strakhov. About the Deceased / Alexei Suvorin. Dostoevsky as a Psychologist: Notes by a French Literary Critic / M. De Vogue. A Brief Report About Dostoevsky's Death / B. Markevich. Russian Actors at Dostoevsky's Funeral / Vladimir Davydov. Dostoevsky's Last Public Appearances / P. Gnedich. Letters to the Bride About Dostoevsky's Funeral / I.P. Pavlov. From the Diary of a Composer / I.F. Tiumenev. "I Wept as I Have Never Wept Over a Book Before" / Pyotr Tchaikovsky. About Dostoevsky Reading His Works and His Funerals / Katerine Letkova. To the Memory of Dostoevsky / Anatoly Alexandrov. Several Words About Dostoevsky / Apollon Maikov. pt. II. Chronology of Dostoevsky's Life --
App. A. Dictionary of Persons Mentioned --
App. B. Translations and Abbreviations of Russian Periodical Titles.
Responsibility: [compiled] by Peter Sekirin ; with an introduction by Igor Volgin.

Abstract:

Stocked partly with material from archives that opened after the fall of the Soviet Union, documents the life of Russian novelist Dostoevsky (1821-81), a major literary figure throughout the world. The texts are presented in chronological sections from his childhood through the various stages of his literary and political career to his last months. Supporting material includes substantial introductions to the volume as a whole and to each section, a chronology, biographical sketches of people mentioned, and a selected bibliography annotated in considerable detail. c. Book News Inc.

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