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A CUMULATIVE FORCE 15239
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VOLUME XXXVIII, NO. 43 OCTOBER 23, 1985 A CUMULATIVE FORCE THE question of whether, after a man ... s so terrified by its impenetrable mystery. REVIEW DOSTOEVSKY IN SIBERIA IN April of 1849, Feodor Dostoevsky, th ... " The charge was understood to be exaggerated, but Dostoevsky was a member of a secret group within the Petrashe ... that fifteen of the twenty-three accused—including Dostoevsky— should be executed by firing squad. The Tsar Nich ... elist's latest biographer, Joseph Frank, puts it, "Dostoevsky thus underwent the extraordinary emotional adventu ...
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THERE IS REALLY SOMETHING THERE 13761
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VOLUME XXI, NO. 18 MAY 1, 1968 THERE IS REALLY SOMETHING THERE A TERRIBLE "timeliness" afflicts ... ell armed to the task he set himself in Tolstoy or Dostoevsky (Knopf, 1959). These two, one could say, are the g ... igion almost as though he had invented it himself; Dostoevsky made Ivan Karamazov his spokesman in The Brothers ... acrifice, it may be, lies the power of Tolstoy and Dostoevsky over the minds of other men. Mr. Steiner has this ... passage: The works of Tolstoy and Dostoevsky are cardinal examples of the problem of belief in ...
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THE MEN AND THE BOYS 8811
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VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 52 DECEMBER 28, 1983 THE MEN AND THE BOYS and down business, the lighter but g ... is what we want to know. Another example is Feodor Dostoevsky. After his threatened execution as a youthful plot ... and go: the reward of true merit. Drawing on what Dostoevsky wrote about the Volume XXXVI, No. 52 penal colony ... the conditions and the inmates. "I was terrified," Dostoevsky wrote, "at the awful baseness and degradation into ... ng a walk in the woods on his father's small farm, Dostoevsky was frightened by what he thought was the sound of ...
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CURRENTS OF CHANGE 8318
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VOLUME XXVII, NO. 40 OCTOBER 2, 1974 CURRENTS OF CHANGE AN image useful in thinking about the ps ... the quest for moral verity is the central theme of Dostoevsky's works. The worst evil-doing of all results from ... distortion of moral longing. In Dostoevsky (Macmillan, 1947), Janko Lavrin traces this theme ... through all his major works, showing Dostoevsky to be perhaps the greatest of psychologists. When ... bloodshed." In the legend of the Grand Inquisitor, Dostoevsky shows that an inverted moral emotion is behind the ...
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THE LIVES OF INDIVIDUALS 8318
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VOLUME XXV, NO. 26-35 JUNE 28, 1972 THE LIVES OF INDIVIDUALS IN Aspects of the Novel, E. M. Fors ... h in their way great reformers as well—Tolstoy and Dostoevsky; and that two of the most courageous spokesmen for ... name for his ideal (among some others) than, say, Dostoevsky. The story of our age may indeed be the story of t ... rmed in a book we have just started reading. It is Dostoevsky and the Legend of the Grand Inquisitor (Cornell Un ... first real attempt by anyone "to look deep inside Dostoevsky." The translator informs us that Rozanov, who died ...
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THE REVIVAL OF SLAVERY 7654
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VOLUME II, NO. 31 AUGUST 3, 1949 THE REVIVAL OF SLAVERY UNTIL quite recently, the subject of hum ... 0 CHILDREN . . . and Ourselves A PASSAGE in Feodor Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov recommends itself as one ... ecessity. In The Brothers Karamazov, for instance, Dostoevsky speaks from the vantage point of metaphysical conv ... and "kindness" and writing such as this passage of Dostoevsky's. The deep meaning he gives these words and the i ... r the imagination and a quest which seldom palls.) Dostoevsky's first fundamental proposition is that each man i ...
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WITHOUT TECHNOLOGY 7493
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VOLUME XLI, NO. 48 NOVEMBER 30, 1988 WITHOUT TECHNOLOGY IN the September issue of Harper's, Wend ... questions, but serious readings in Shakespeare and Dostoevsky and a few other writers might bring the beginning ... of my life. This is especially true of Chekhov and Dostoevsky. I find it impossible to close their books and for ... get about them. At present Dostoevsky haunts me almost every minute of my life. I find i ... one. You are the only person who knows it—you and Dostoevsky himself. Last night I read the chapters on the rec ...
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BACKGROUND FOR EDUCATION 6989
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VOLUME VII, NO. 10 MARCH 10, 1954 BACKGROUND FOR EDUCATION AN article printed here last July 15— ... asy it Volume VII, No. 10 is to comprehend part of Dostoevsky and yet miss other qualities of the great Russian ... novelist. Dostoevsky has tremendous unsettling power, which drives men ... can never be achieved by morbidity alone. Some of Dostoevsky's characters exhibit great strength and integrity, ... ionment. It was certainly necessary, especially in Dostoevsky's time, to introduce realism to the novel, so that ...
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DOES THINKING MAKE IT SO? 6668
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VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 44 OCTOBER 29, 1975 DOES THINKING MAKE IT SO? PERIODICALLY, those who write, ... —asked by Ivan in The Brothers Karamazov? Not even Dostoevsky, although the author of Ivan's deep moral intuitio ... evolution. Volume XXVIII, No. 44 Ivan,—the Ivan of Dostoevsky's Brothers Karamazov,—we might argue, knew enough ... t Mr. Cousins lists. Something similar was said of Dostoevsky by Louis J. Halle in his essay on The Brothers Kar ... rty-five years ago. This is the reason for reading Dostoevsky, to which his "settlements"—his Pan-Slav loyalties ...
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DOES THINKING MAKE IT SO? 6668
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VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 44 OCTOBER 29, 1975 DOES THINKING MAKE IT SO? PERIODICALLY, those who write, ... —asked by Ivan in The Brothers Karamazov? Not even Dostoevsky, although the author of Ivan's deep moral intuitio ... evolution. Volume XXVIII, No. 44 Ivan,—the Ivan of Dostoevsky's Brothers Karamazov,—we might argue, knew enough ... t Mr. Cousins lists. Something similar was said of Dostoevsky by Louis J. Halle in his essay on The Brothers Kar ... rty-five years ago. This is the reason for reading Dostoevsky, to which his "settlements"—his Pan-Slav loyalties ...
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