Dostoevski and the Human Condition After a Century

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Among nineteenth-century novelists, there is probably none who speaks so directly to the modern reader as Fedor Dostoevski. His visions of alienation and terror have not lost their power to shake our complacency even in this present age, hardened as it is to violence and social decay. In this stimulating collection of essays, a distinguished group of specialists in comparative literature and the social sciences explores the themes and problems with which Dostoevski struggled as both a writer and as a man and assesses their ...

Dostoevski and the Human Condition After a Century 1986, Praeger Publishers Inc, Westport

ISBN-13: 9780313253799

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