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Dostoevsky and The Idea of Russianess

A New Perspective on Unity and Brotherhood (Basees/Curzon Series on Russian & East European Studies)

by Sarah Hudspith

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Published by RoutledgeCurzon .
Written in English


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Number of Pages240
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Open LibraryOL7490791M
ISBN 10041530489X
ISBN 109780415304894

  The article investigates Dostoevsky’s juridical discourse and demonstrates that the apologist of the Russian soul had a genuinely European mind. In his novel The Idiot in particular, in which the death penalty and imprisonment are explored, Dostoevsky unmasks—more radically even than Victor Hugo—the supposedly civilised and lenient forms Author: Andrea Zink. The idea to start writing this novel came to Dostoyevsky when he moved to St Petersburg, after having spent time in exile. To a certain extent, the novel is autobiographical and is told from the point of view of a young writer, Vanya, who is struggling to make a living in the s.

Hudspith, Sarah, Dostoevsky and the Idea of Russianness (London, Curzon Routledge, ) Ivanits, Linda, Dostoevsky and the Russian People (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ) Jackson, Robert Louis, Dostoevsky’s Quest for Form: A Study of His Philosophy of Art (New Haven, CN: Yale University Press, ). “[An] admirable new translation of Dostoevsky’s masterpiece.” –New York Review of Books “The merit in this edition of Demons resides in the technical virtuosity of the translators They capture the feverishly intense, personal explosions of activity and emotion that manifest themselves in Russian life.” –New York Times Book Review “Demons is the Dostoevsky novel for our age /5().

In Section 7, Dostoevsky broadens his attack against scientific rationalism, utilitarianism, and against all of the assumptions of modern civilization concerning the establishment of utopias. Historically speaking, Dostoevsky is attacking the ideas expressed in a novel by Nikolai Chernyshevsky entitled What To Do?   He should have been familiar, as Anna Schur suggests in Wages of Evil: Dostoevsky and Punishment (), with the Western idea that punishment is a product of a nation’s degree of.


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This book examines Dostoevsky's interest in, and engagement with, "Slavophilism" - a Russian mid-nineteenth century movement of conservative nationalist thought. It explores Dostoevsky's views, as expressed in both his non-fiction and fiction, on the religious, spiritual and moral ideas which he considered to be innately by: 1.

This book examines Dostoevsky's interest in, and engagement with, "Slavophilism" - a Russian mid-nineteenth century movement of conservative nationalist thought.

It explores Dostoevsky's views, as expressed in both his non-fiction and fiction, on the religious, spiritual and moral ideas which he considered to be innately by: 7. Overview This book examines Dostoevsky's interest in, and engagement with, "Slavophilism" - a Russian mid-nineteenth century movement of conservative nationalist thought.

It explores Dostoevsky's views, as expressed in both his non-fiction and fiction, on the religious, spiritual and moral ideas which he considered to be innately : Sarah Hudspith. Book Description. This book examines Dostoevsky's interest in, and engagement with, "Slavophilism" - a Russian mid-nineteenth century movement of conservative nationalist thought.

It explores Dostoevsky's views, as expressed in both his non-fiction and fiction, on the religious, spiritual and moral ideas which he considered to be innately Russian. This book examines Dostoevsky's interest in, and engagement with, "Slavophilism" - a Russian mid-nineteenth century movement of conservative nationalist thought.

It explores Dostoevsky's views, as expressed in both his non-fiction and fiction, on the religious, spiritual and moral ideas which he considered to be innately : Taylor And Francis. This book examines Dostoevsky's interest in, and engagement with, "Slavophilism" - a Russian mid-nineteenth century movement of conservative nationalist thought.

It explores Dostoevsky's views, as. In Dostoevsky, ideas may lead those they fasten on to extreme suffering, but they can also be bringers of redemption, the one in fact leading to the other, as had happened in his own case.

Moreover, once an idea has possessed Dostoevsky, he seldom lets it drop but continues to examine it from all sides, at the risk of a certain monotony. Dostoevsky’s critique of socialism, then, begins with its atheism. Dismissing the essential spiritual nature of human beings, the socialists can concern themselves only with man’s material needs.

As Dostoevsky wrote in his notebook for ‘The socialists want to regenerate humans, to liberate them, to present them without God and Author: Daniel Lattier. Sarah Hudspith, Dostoevsky and the Idea of Russianness: A New Perspective on Unity and Brotherhood, BASEES/RoutledgeCurzon Series on Russian and East European Studies, 6.

RoutledgeCurzon, London, New York,Bibliography Nel Grillaert Page No. Line No. Incorrect Correct 4 | is was 10 T shortly briefly 6 1 Slavophile tinted.

Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment refashioned the idea of what a novel could be By the s Dostoevsky had been orphaned, imprisoned, conscripted and widowed.

Lumbered with debts and immersed in the nihilism of St Petersburg, he set. Dostoevsky and the idea of Russianness: a new perspective on unity and brotherhood. [Sarah Hudspith] -- This book examines Dostoevsky's interest in, and engagement with, "Slavophilism", and his views on the religious, spiritual and moral ideas which he considered to be innately Russian.

Demons (pre-reform Russian: Бѣсы; post-reform Russian: Бесы, tr. Bésy; sometimes also called The Possessed or The Devils) is a novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky, first published in the journal The Russian Messenger in – It is considered one of the four masterworks written by Dostoevsky after his return from Siberian exile, along with Crime and Punishment (), The Idiot () and Author: Fyodor Dostoevsky.

Lee "Dostoevsky and The Idea of Russianness A New Perspective on Unity and Brotherhood" por Sarah Hudspith disponible en Rakuten Kobo. This book examines Dostoevsky's interest in, and engagement with, "Slavophilism" - a Russian mid-nineteenth century move Brand: Taylor And Francis.

Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky (/ ˌ d ɒ s t ə ˈ j ɛ f s k i, ˌ d ʌ s-/; Russian: Фёдор Михайлович Достоевский, tr. Fyódor Mikháylovich Dostoyévskiy, IPA: [ˈfʲɵdər mʲɪˈxajləvʲɪtɕ dəstɐˈjɛfskʲɪj] (); 11 November – 9 February ), sometimes transliterated Dostoyevsky, was a Russian novelist, short story writer, essayist and en: Sonya (), Lyubov (–).

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The Theme of Demons By Bob Morley Fyodor Dostoevsky’s novel Demons is a piece that observes Russian ideals during the 's. A background of Dostoevsky is necessary to comprehend the plot of the story.

Dostoevsky was influenced by a murder in Moscow in in which a File Size: 26KB. Read "Sarah Hudspith, Dostoevsky and the Idea of Russianness: A New Perspective on Unity and Brotherhood, BASEES/RoutledgeCurzon Series on Russian and East European Studies, 6, Studies in East European Thought" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

Dostoevsky and the idea of Russianness: a new perspective on unity and brotherhood. [Sarah Hudspith] -- This work examines Dostoevsky's interest in, and engagement with, 'Slavophilism' - a Russian midth century movement of conservative nationalist thought. Sarah Hudspith, Dostoevsky and the Idea of Russianness: A New Perspective on Unity and Brotherhood, BASEES/RoutledgeCurzon Series on Russian and East European Studies, 6.

RoutledgeCurzon, London, New York,Bibliography. Index. Nel Grillaert 1Author: Nel Grillaert. Discusses the Russian novelist's major works, examines his themes and writing techniques, and assesses Dostoevsky's place in modern literature From inside the book What people are saying - .Dostoevsky and the Idea of Russianness by Sarah Hudspith eBook: ISBN ISBN New not available: Used not available: Rentals not available: Digital not available: No copies of this book were found in stock from online book stores and marketplaces.

Alert me when this book becomes : Sarah Hudspith.Analysis Of The Book ' Dostoevsky ' Words 4 Pages Xiaolu Wu In the beginning of “Five Articles,” Dostoevsky talks about how Russia remains an enigma to the western world, and how the European view of Russia is narrow, stereotypical, superficial and largely imaginary.