1. spellbanisher

    Dostoevsky, Turgenev, and Russian Nihilism--Part 1

    Works such as Young Russia and A History of Russian Thought from Enlightenment to Marxism similarly narrate the radicalization of the Russian Intelligentsia as well as the emergence of nihilism. Exposure to French culture in the aftermath of the Napoleonic Wars engendered in Russians an...
  2. Gile na Gile

    Raskolnikov's Napoleonic Mare: Redemption in Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment

    Why Raskolnikov begins to view himself as a Napoleonic figure is clearly one of the central pivots of the story and it is around this axis which revolve a moral dilemna whose satisfactory resolution alone can only lead to that redemption that we find in the novel's final pages. To recap on...
  3. avon

    Dostoevsky, The Idiot

    Image source. Presented by irishcrusader: Fyodor Dostoevsky, The Idiot, 1868. Text available from The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoevsky. Search eText, Read Online, Study, Discuss. Open for discussion on Sunday, 18 December, 2011. ...
  4. okamido

    Dostoevsky, Crime and Punishment

    Join us on June 3rd for a discussion on Dostoevsky's, Crime and Punishment (hosted by Historum's own, Blacksmit049) :) Like a refresher?