Fyodor Dostoyevsky

FYODOR DOSTOYEVSKY (1821-1881) used his novels to peer into the tortured depths of the human soul. Over the course of his difficult life, Dostoyevsky went from a confirmed revolutionary-socialist to a religious arch-conservative, managing to express through his literature all of the ideas and theories which enraptured, ennerved and invigorated Russian society in the middle of the 19th century.

Stories

Crime and Punishment (March/April 2019)
Crime & Punishment (July/August 2015)
White Nights (15: Summer)
The Idiot (11: Dacha Life)
A Writer's Diary (05: Winter Holidays)
Vlas (24: Dostoyevsky Bilingual)
Letter to Sofya (24: Dostoyevsky Bilingual)
The Crocodile (24: Dostoyevsky Bilingual)
Masha is Lying on the Table (24: Dostoyevsky Bilingual)
Letter Before Exile (24: Dostoyevsky Bilingual)
The Petersburg Feuilletons (24: Dostoyevsky Bilingual)

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