Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment from a Contemporary Australian Legal Perspective: Notes for a Discussion

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Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment from a Contemporary Australian Legal Perspective: Notes for a Discussion

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  • Dostoevsky F.M. Crime and Punishment trans. Oliver Ready (Penguin 2014).

  • Bhat Girish The Consensual Dimension of Late Imperial Russian Criminal Procedure: The Example of Trial by Jury” in: Reforming Justice in Russia 1864–1996: Power Culture and the Limits of Legal Order ed. Solomon Peter H. Jr . (Armonk: M.E. Sharpe1997).

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  • Bury Liz “Edward Snowden’s Russian reading list” The Guardian http://www.theguardian.com/books/booksblog/2013/jul/25/edward-snowden-crime-and-punishment-dostoevsky.

  • Conlon Brian Dostoevsky v. the Judicial Reforms of 1864: How and Why One of Nineteenth-Century Russia’s Greatest Writers Criticized the Nation’s Most Successful Reform” vol. 4 no. 2 Russian Law Journal (2014): 7.

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  • LeBlanc Ronald D. Dostoevsky and the trial of Nastasia Kairova: carnal love, crimes of passion and spiritual redemption”The Russian Review vol. 71 (2012): 630.

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