Dostoevsky

Definitions

  • Feodor Dostoevsky
    Feodor Dostoevsky
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Dostoevsky Russian novelist who wrote of human suffering with humor and psychological insight (1821-1881)
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Quotations

  • William Faulkner
    William%20Faulkner
    “If I had not existed, someone else would have written me, Hemingway, Dostoevski, all of us.”

Usage

In literature:

Fedor Mikhailovich Dostoevski was born on the 30 October 1821, at Moscow.
"Essays on Russian Novelists" by William Lyon Phelps
Dostoevsky was no realist.
"Old and New Masters" by Robert Lynd
Dostoevsky used to groan that his poverty left him no time or chance to write his best as Tolstoy and Turgenev could write theirs.
"The Art of Letters" by Robert Lynd
Dostoevsky possessed all three requisites.
"Russian Rambles" by Isabel F. Hapgood
It might seem so, at least, if the fiction of Dostoevsky were not there with an example exactly opposed to the manner of Tolstoy.
"The Craft of Fiction" by Percy Lubbock
Dostoevsky would have handled it with relish.
"Jill the Reckless" by P. G. (Pelham Grenville) Wodehouse
Dostoevsky possessed all three requisites.
"A Survey of Russian Literature, with Selections" by Isabel Florence Hapgood
And it is here that Gorki seems to us almost to surpass Dostoevsky.
"Maxim Gorki" by Hans Ostwald
Dostoevsky, F., 142, 273.
"Introduction to the Science of Sociology" by Robert E. Park
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In news:

Following a commendable opening set from Dostoevsky-referencing Ivan & Alyosha, San Diego's Heavy Guilt took the stage and showcased a bevy of absorbing new material.
The Millennium & Dostoevsky : An Exchange.
I am grateful to Professor Aileen Kelly for her article on the fifth and final volume of my books about Dostoevsky 's life and work.
Dostoevsky & 'Don Quixote.
Since the 1950s Joseph Frank has been laboring steadily at one of the great biographical projects of our times, a five-volume life of Fyodor Dostoevsky.
Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, and Nietzsche by Lev Shestov, translated by Bernard Martin, translated by Spencer E Roberts Ohio University Press, 400 pp.
30 CRIME AND PUNISHMENT By Fyodor Dostoevsky.
Dostoevsky Language, Faith, and Fiction Rowan Williams Baylor University Press, $24.95, 290 pp.
L' Adolescent is an ingeniously condensed, modern-dress adaptation of Dostoevsky's story of a 19-year-old intellectual, directed by Moscow-born Pierre Léon.
0 Leo Tolstoy, left, Isaac Babel and Feodor Dostoevsky.
Daniel Joseph Martinez, "A Story for Tomorrow in 4 Chapters, Dostoevsky Loved the Hunchback of Notre Dame, Muhammad Ali and Dandelions, Lick my hunch".
In the mid-1960s, a book called Problems of Dostoevsky's Poetics, by an unknown Russian then in his seventies, came to the notice of literary critics in the West.
Dickens and Dostoevsky don't read The Inlander.
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