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Author: Lonny Harrison

Nights and elsewhere, descends in concrete ways from De Quincey’s opium eater. Moreover, both Alekseev and Ipatova posit that De Quincey’s character Anne of Oxford Street, the kind-hearted prostitute whom the narrator of Confessions credits with saving his life, is a conceptual model for an assortment

In: The Dostoevsky Journal

the ‘closed’ text of the poetic genre to disintegrate, rendering discourse a space for conflicting languages and voices. Belinsky’s assertion, for a long time omnipotent (and therefore monologic), that “ Onegin [is] an encyclopaedia of Russian life,” 3 is corrected by Bakhtin, who claims that

In: The Dostoevsky Journal

surmising from the words and the forms of their organization the specific, living interrelations of the author with the world he depicts and entering into those interrelations as a third participant (the listener’s role). 34 This fragment from Discourse in Life and Discourse in Art does not

In: The Dostoevsky Journal
Author: Irene Zohrab

launches them into adult life with responsibilities that include sacrifice and inevitable death, albeit with the promise of an afterlife, at least in the memories of the living. The poetry of Hugh Clough (1819–1861), a former pupil of the school, is quoted repeatedly, especially from his volume Ambarvalia

In: The Dostoevsky Journal

people living in coastal areas near the Baltic Sea and islands, presents the oceanic lands of Iceland and Greenland after a description of Sweden (Svetjud) and Norway, 27 and finally presents Newfoundland (which in the chronicle is called Vinlandia). 28 The whole work ends with an epilogue

In: The Slavic Religion in the Light of 11th- and 12th-Century German Chronicles (Thietmar of Merseburg, Adam of Bremen, Helmold of Bosau)
Author: Jordi Morillas

implies that Raskolnikov’s doctrine had nothing in common with socialism, since his philosophy of the great men would come from the “the living soul” of history [“живoй дуx иcтopии”]. Unlike the socialists, who “instinctively dislike history […], the living process of life”, since “they don’t need a

In: The Dostoevsky Journal