Dostoyevsky


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Related to Dostoyevsky: Anton Chekhov, Leo Tolstoy
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He visits a fairground where he meets the high-spirited Dostoyevsky and his enigmatic daughter, Nitasha, who run the Hook-a-Duck stall and Stan decides to join them and travel with the fair.
I have several bookcases full of titles, and here, now, I confess: on one shelf, I have a small dedicated collection of holy writing: Shel Silverstein next to Albert Camus, Arthur Rimbaud next to Khalil Gibran, and then Fyodor Dostoyevsky next to Paul Auster.
Dr Williams has written acclaimed books on Dostoyevsky and CS Lewis while Archbishop of Canterbury and, when he looks back on the tortured arguments over gender and sexuality that have dominated so much of his tenure, he may wonder if he would have made a greater contribution to the Christian mind if he had stayed in the academy.
The Head of Iran's Culture and Islamic Communications, for his part, referred to the Iranian nation's interest in reading the Russian literature by such great authors as Leon Tolstoy and Theodor Dostoyevsky, reiterating, "Fortunately, strengthening bilateral relations is based on both countries' leaders' will, and this would lead to deeper cooperation, including in bilateral cultural relations.
FYODOR DOSTOYEVSKY, the 19th century Russian writer and gambler, described money as "coined liberty".
Even among modern writers, one can point to the work of traditionalists such as Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Joseph Conrad, T.
The World Theater Day's future activities include several plays performed by students and teachers at the Higher Institute, including several plays such as Poor Folk by Dostoyevsky, a ballet performance, plays recitals, exhibitions and more.
Adapting a seminal text such as "The Brothers Karamazov" by Russian master Fyodor Dostoyevsky is even more formidable.
First I admired Dostoyevsky because of what he revealed to me about
Lifetime heros: Joyce, Dostoyevsky, Tolkien, King Arthur
For the modern Russia of Vladimir Putin is still struggling with the same political riddles that Fyodor Dostoyevsky described 130 years ago.
Psychologically, when I play against a top player, in my head something is telling me that if I go back and stop doing what I know best, which is attack, he's going to eat me alive," said Tipsarevic, who has one arm tattooed with a quote from 'The Idiot' by Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoyevsky.
Ironies of time, power, and love are discussed, as are the insights and interpretations of classic authors: Augustine, Dante, Shakespeare, Tolkien, Mauriac, Milton, Herbert, Hopkins, Dickens, Dostoyevsky, and the anonymous author of the medieval poem "Pearl", among others.
Vitebsky tells about these people with facts and figures, maps and illustrations, but primarily by telling their stories, as indicated by his early listing of "dramatis personae" with the names of the people who lived in the different camps he describes, which is rather reminiscent of reading a Dostoyevsky novel.
Meanwhile many popular book titles from the likes of Salman Rushdie (The Satanic Verses), Bill Clinton (My Life), Paulo Coelho (The Alchemist) and Fyodor Dostoyevsky (Crime and Punishment) are bought and part-read but never finished.