With Their Penetrating Psychological Insight And Their Emphasis On Human Dignity, Respect And Forgiveness, Dostoyevsky S Early Short Stories Contain The Seeds Of The Themes That Came To His Major Novels Poor Folk, The Author S First Great Literary Triumph, Is The Story Of A Tragic Relationship Between An Impoverished Copy Clerk And A Young Seamstress, Told Through Their Passionate Letters To Each Other In The Landlady Dostoyevsky Portrays A Dreamer Hero Who Is Captivated By A Curious Couple And Becomes Their Lodger Mr Prokharchin, Inspired By A True Story, Is A Sly Comedy Centring On An Eccentric Miser, And Polzunkov Is A Powerful Character Sketch Which, In Common With The Other Tales In This Volume, Questions The Very Nature Of Existence.Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky Was Born In Moscow In 1821, The 2nd Of 7 Children From 1849 To 1854 He Lived In A Convict Prison, And In Later Years His Passion For Gambling Led Him Deeply Into Debt In 1880 He Delivered His Famous Address At Theunveiling Of Pushkin S Memorial In Moscow He Died Six Months Later In 1881.David McDuff Has Translated A Number Of Works For The Penguin Classics, Including The Idiot, Crime And Punishment And The Brothers Karamazov, And Tolstoy S The Kreutzer Sonata And Other Stories.
[Lire] ➲ Poor Folk and Other Stories Par Fyodor Dostoyevsky – Varanus.us
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- 288 pages
- Poor Folk and Other Stories
- Fyodor Dostoyevsky
- 16 February 2017 Fyodor Dostoyevsky