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Dostoevsky in Context

edited by Deborah A. Martinsen and Olga Maiorova
Format
Book
Published
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2015.
Language
English
ISBN
9781107028760, 1107028760
Contents
  • Introduction: the many worlds of Dostoevsky / Olga Maiorova and Deborah Martinsen
  • Social, historical, and cultural contexts
  • Changing political, economic, and social landscape
  • The great reforms and the new courts / Richard Wortman
  • The abolition of serfdom / Nathaniel Knight
  • Punishment and crime / Anna Schur
  • Socialism, utopia, and myth / James P. Scanlan
  • Nihilism and terrorism / Derek Offord
  • - The "woman question, " women's work, women's options / Barbara Engel
  • The economy and the print market / Jonathan Paine
  • Political, social, and cultural institutions
  • Russian monarchy and the people / Richard Wortman
  • Empire / Olga Maiorova
  • Service ranks / Irina Reyfman
  • Education / Inessa Medzhibovskaya
  • Science, technology, and medicine / Michael D. Gordin
  • Jews, race, and biology / Harriet Murav
  • Suicide / Susan Morrissey
  • Children / Robin Feuer Miller
  • Gambling / Richard J. Rosenthal
  • Space and place --Symbolic geography / Anne Lounsbery
  • St. Petersburg / Robert L. Belknap
  • The crystal palace / Sarah J. Young
  • Religion and modernity
  • Orthodox spirituality / Nel Grillaert
  • Religious dissent / Irina Paert
  • Roman Catholicism / Mikhail Dolbilov
  • Islam / Robert Geraci
  • Literature, journalism, and languages
  • Modern print culture / Konstantine Klioutchkine
  • Realism / Liza Knapp
  • Dostoevsky: translator and translated / Carol Apollonio
  • Travel and travel writing / Susan Layton
  • Folklore / Linda Ivanits
  • Foreign languages / Karin Beck
  • Theater / Maude Meisel
  • Dostoevsky's journalism and fiction / Ellen Chances
  • Dostoevsky's journalism in the 1860s / Sarah Hudspith
  • Dostoevsky's journalism in the 1870s / Kate Holland
  • Censorship / Irene Zohrab.
Description
xxiii, 329 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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