Dostoyevsky


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47) Therefore, Dostoyevsky recognized the conflict between the sacred and the secular mindsets as the main conflict of the future long before Camus.
Yet both Dostoyevsky and Bernanos portray a reality in which not only does joy exist before freedom, it can even exist without freedom, at least that freedom which is nothing more than an infinity of choices and possibilities.
Dostoyevsky wanted 'to pose all the questions' in his novel and that's exactly the idea of our exhibition, which reflects several aspects of this work," explained Natalya Ashimbayeva, director of Saint Petersburg's Dostoyevsky Museum which is hosting the exhibit.
Returning to Stead's important point, why shouldn't contemporary readers read the actual great novelists of the 19th century--Balzac, Dickens, Melville, Eliot, James, Wharton, Twain, Stendhal--not to mention Tolstoy and greatest of all Dostoyevsky, instead of Catton's ersatz and inferior version?
El idiota, escrita con maestria por Fedor Dostoyevsky, permite conocer la complejidad de los sentimientos de los personajes y la profundidad de los conflictos con los que se enfrentan en una realidad ubicada en pleno siglo XIX.
The phenomenon of romantic self-consciousness that Josipovici views as a crucial step toward modernist cultural emancipation is for Dostoyevsky a tragic misstep.
Mixed reviews and poor sales of the hurriedly published novel and its follow-up, The Game of Dostoyevsky, made Astrachan too expensive for Farrar, Straus and Cudahy to publish.
Fyodor Dostoyevsky, a 19th century Russian writer best remembered for the novels Crime and Punishment and The Brothers Karamazov, found himself drawn irresistibly to the casinos of German spa towns like Baden-Baden.
Adapting a seminal text such as "The Brothers Karamazov" by Russian master Fyodor Dostoyevsky is even more formidable.
In a statement to SANA on Sunday, the artist saidAahis works reflected his literary background and interests, and from literary works of great writers like Shakespeare, Dostoyevsky and Sydney, he inspired many ideas into his works.
Lifetime heros: Joyce, Dostoyevsky, Tolkien, King Arthur
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.
State-run Rossiya television said the main dome was the second-largest wooden cupola in Europe, and Channel One said that writer Fyodor Dostoyevsky was married there.