Dostoevsky Studies     Volume 6, 1985

CONTENTS

ARTICLES

Nadine Natov: The Theme of 'Chantage' (Blackmail) in The Possessed: Art and Reality    3

Dennis Patrick Slattery: Idols and Icons: Comic Transformation in Dostoevsky 's The Possessed    35

Gene M. Moore: The Voices of Legion: The Narrator of The Possessed    51

Elena Dryzhakov: Сегментация времени в романе Преступление и наказание    67

David K.. Danow: The Deconstruction of an Idea (Crime and Punishment and The Brothers Karamazov)    91

Henrietta Mondri: Еще об одном литературном и историческом прототипе Версилова (роман Ф.Ф. Достоевского Подросток    103

Ludmila Koehler: Five Minutes too Late . . .    113

Lucjan Suchanek: "Молча говоря". Повесть Ф.М. Достоевского Кроткая"    125

Liza Knapp: The Forces of Inertia in Dostoevsky 's Krotkaja    143

Thomas E. Berry: Dostoevsky and Socrates: The Underground Man and the "Allegory of the Cave"    157

Victor Terras: Dostoevsky 's Detractors    165

NOTE (173)

 C. J. G. Turner: Dostoevsky's Idiot: Treasure in Earthen Vessels    173

REVIEWS (181)

Gary Cox, Tyrant and Victim in Dostoevsky (Nathan Rosen)    181

F. M. Dostoevsky, The Double: Two Versions and The Crocodile (Suzette Adler Lemson)    183

Anatolij Ivanov-Natov, Иконография Ф.М. Достоевского (Donald M, Fiene)    185

Attila Faj, I Karamazov tra Poe e Vico. Gеnеre poliziesco e consezione ciclica della storia nell'ultimo Dostoevskij (Ivan Verc)    187

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Geir Kjetsaa, Dostoevsky and His Нew Testament (Donald M. Fiene)    190

Nina Perlina, Varieties of Poetic Utterance: Quotation in "The Brothers Karamazov" (Helena Goscilo)    191

T. M. Rodina, Достоевский:  Повествование и драма (Jerome H. Katsell)    193

N. Vil'mont, Достоевский и Шиллер (Pierre R. Hart)    194

BIBLIOGRAPHY (195)

PROFESSIONAL NEWS

Sixth International Dostoevsky Symposium Nottingham 9-16 August 1986 215




* The papers by N. Natov, H. Mondri, and Liza Knapp were read at the Fifth International Dostoevsky Symposium in Cerisy-la-Salle in August 1983.



 

Published with the support of the Russian and East European Studies Committee of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, USA

 

Copyright 1985 by the International Dostoevsky Society

University of Toronto