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Seen as Dostoevsky's most powerful indictment of man's propensity to violence, this darkly humorous work, shot through with grotesque comedy, is presented here in Roger Cockrell's masterful new translation.
A new anthology of Dostoevsky's remarkable work 'A Writer's Diary'. A voluminous and variegated miscellany in which the celebrated author spoke to his readers about issues concerning Russia, it is a work as eerily prescient of global preoccupations in the twenty-first century as it is frequently overlooked.
The Double, Dostoevsky's second published work of fiction, which foreshadows in its themes many of his mature novels, is the surreal and hallucinatory tale of an unfortunate anti-hero, at once chilling in its depiction of the dark sides of human nature and exuberantly comical.
Crime and Punishment is one of the most important novels of the nineteenth century. It is the story of a murder committed on principle, of a killer who wishes to set himself outside and above society. It is marked by Dostoevsky's own harrowing experience in penal servitude, and yet contains moments of wild humour.
Brand-new translation of one of Dostoevsky's most important early works, fully annotated.
Both a Bildungsroman and a novel of ideas, dealing with themes such as the relationship between fathers and sons and the role of money in modern society, The Adolescent - here presented in a brand-new translation by Dora O'Brien - shows Dostoevsky at his finest as a social commentator and observer of the workings of a young man's mind.
Part of Alma Classics Evergreen series at GBP4.99, this edition of the gambler in a brand new translation includes pictures and an extensive section on Dostoevsky's life and works
Part of Alma Classics Evergreen series, this new edition includes pictures and section on Dostoevsky's life and works. Seen by many as the first existentialist novel, Notes from Underground was a pivotal moment in the development of modern literature and has inspired countless novelists, thinkers and film-makers.
The second volume of the complete collection of writings that has been called Dostoevsky's boldest experiment with literary form; it is a uniquely encyclopedic forum of fictional and nonfictional genres.
Introducing the first in a long line of underground's characters, Poor People, Dostoevsky's first full-length work of fiction, is a poignant, tragi-comic tale which foreshadows the greatness of his later novels.
The Crocodile is an outstanding piece of satire: It is vicious, dreamlike, scatological, and one of the funniest things that Dostoevsky ever wrote. In this brief work, he reveals his hatred of communism and socialism in an unusually direct caricature.
A collection of Dostoevsky's short stories, including Notes From The Underground which is considered to be one of the first works of existential literature.
A fully annotated paperback learner's edition of Dostoevsky's short story "The Meek One". It is intended for intermediate and advanced Russian students. It includes an introduction discussing the story's historical context, literary significance, and critical response; an extensive glossary and a learner's dictionary; and, discussion questions.
A ground-breaking new translation of Dostoyevsky's most radical work of fiction. Introduced by DBC Pierre
Populated by an unforgettable cast of characters, from the beautiful, self-destructive Nastasya Filippovna to the dangerously obsessed Rogozhin and the radical student Ippolit, The Idiot is one of Dostoevsky's most personal and intense works of fiction presented here in a new translation.
Dostoevsky's short novel is told in the first person by a young man, Alexei, who is addicted to gambling.
In these stories Dostoevsky explores both the figure of the dreamer divorced from reality and also his own ambiguous attitude to utopianism, themes central to many of his great novels. This new translation captures the power and lyricism of Dostoevsky's writing, while the introduction examines the stories in relation to one another and to his novels.
A masterful adaptation exploring the mental anguish and moral dilemmas of Raskolnikov, a poor St. Petersburg student, who murders a miserly pawnbroker. Illustrated by Alain Korkos, a French writer and artist whose most recent graphic novel, Introducing Camus, adapted by David Mairowitz, has been a great success.
In this almost documentary account of his own experience of penal servitude in Siberia, renowned Russian writer Dostoevsky describes the physical and mental suffering of the convicts in relentless detail. Written several years after his release, with a strikingly uncharacteristic detachment, MEMOIRS FROM HOUSE OF THE DEAD ranks among Dostoevsky's greatest masterpieces.