Dostoevsky by Konstantin Mochulsky

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Konstantin Mochulsky's critical biography is, in the words of George Gibian, "the best single work in any language about Dostoevsky's work as a whole." Through its close and insightful analysis of individual writings, relating them to his personal life and fortunes, it provides a sustained account of Dostoevsky's evolution as a novelist. Already established as a modern classic in the original Russian and in the French translation, this superb book is now available in English.


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Published November 1, 1971 by Princeton University Press. 712 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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To speak of Dostoevsky is to speak of madness, obsession, revolutionary terror, guilt, and prophetic Christianity.

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