Dostoevsky : his life and work. / translated, with an introduction, by Michael A. Minihan.



[Princeton, N.J.] : Princeton University Press, 1967.

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Standard Title Dostoevskiĭ. English
Subjects Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881.
Description xxii, 687 pages : portrait ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Translator's introduction -- Author's preface -- Childhood and youth -- Poor people -- The Double and Mister Prokharchin -- Works of 1847-1848 -- The First attempt at a novel: Netochka Nezvanova -- Dostoevsky the revolutionary -- The Fortress and the penal servitude -- Exile -- First marriage -- Uncle's dream -- The Village of Stepanchikovo -- Notes from the house of death -- The Humiliated and the wronged -- The Journal time (1861-1863) -- Winter notes on summer impressions -- His intimacy with A. Suslova -- The Journal epoch -- Notes from underground -- Crime and punishment -- The Gambler -- Second marriage -- Life abroad (1866-1868) -- The Idiot -- Florence and Dresden -- The Eternal husband and the Life of a great sinner -- Work of the novel the Devils -- The Devils -- The Epoch of the Citizen -- The Diary of a writer for 1873 -- A Raw youth -- The Diary of a writer (1876-1877) -- The Final years -- The History of the Brothers Karamazov -- The Brothers Karamazov -- The Pushkin speech -- Death.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)178365
(OCoLC)ocm00178365
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WorldCat Identities Mochulʹskiĭ, K. 1892-1948.
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