Dostoevsky Studies     Volume 9, 1988

CONTENTS

DEDICATION

Victor Terras : Professor Nadezhda Anatol 'evna Natov 3

Nadja Jernakoff: Nadine 7

THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV

Milivoje Jovanović: Tekhnika romana tain v Brat'iakh Karamazovykh 9

Michael Wegner: Zu den Teufelsgestalten bei Thomas Mann und Fedor Dostoevskij 33

Henrietta Mondry: Doktor Gertsenshtube - 'Obshoheshelovek' ili ideia rastvoreniia iudaizma v khristianstve? 45

NATURAL SCIENCE, PHILOSOPHY AND PSYCHOLOGY

Michael R. Katz: Dostoevsky and Natural Science 63

Roger Andersori: The Idiot and the Subtext of Modern Materialism 77

Miroslav Hanak: Dostoevsky's Diary of a Writer: A Vision of Plato's Erotic Immortality 91

Nadja Jernakoff: 'Muzhik Marei' Dostoevskogo 101

Nathan Rosen: Freud on Dostoevsky's Epilepsy: A Revaluation 107

DOSTOEVSKY'S POETICS: STRUCTURE DEVICES, CHARACTERS

Lewis Bagby: Vvedenie v Krotkuiu: Pisatel'/Chitatel '/Ob"ekt l27

Erik Egeberg: Geroi i povestvovatel' v romane Dostoevskogo Podrostok l37

Victor Peppard: The Acoustic Dimensions of Crime and Punishment l43

Slobodanka Vladiv: Dostoevsky's Major Models as Semiotic Models l57

Rado Pribić: Female Characters in Dostoevsky's Pre-Siberian Work l63

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COMPARATIVE STUDIES

I. Masing-Delic & P. King: General Epanchin as Germann. A Travesty on Pushkin's "Queen of Spades" in Dostoevsky's The Idiot 171

Nathalie Sinaiski: Otgoloski Dostoevskogo u dvukh bel'giskikh pisatelei 193

Veronica Shapovalov: They Came from Bleak House 201

REVIEWS

R.L. Busch: Humor in the Major Novels of F.M. Dostoevsky. (Liza Knapp) 207

Andrew R. MacAndrew (transl.): Selected Letters of Fyodor Dostoevsky. (Gene D. Fitzgerald) 208

G. Fridlender (ed.) : Dostoevskii: materialy i issledovaniia, no. 6. (Nicholas Rzhevsky) 211

Liza Knapp (transl.) : Dostoevsky As Reformer: The Petrashevsky Case. (Donald F. Fiene) 212

Geir Kjetsaa: Fyodor Dostoevsky: A Writer's Life. (Gary Rosenshield) 216

Robin Feuer Miller (ed.): Critical Essays on Dostoevsky. (Ellen Chances) 218

BIBLIOGRAPHY   221

(June Pachuta Farris)

PROFESSIONAL NEWS 267

Seventh International Dostoevsky Symposium in Ljubljana, July 1989 267

Starorusskie chteniia (Nadine Natov) 271

Letter to the Editor 277

All papers except those by Masing-Delic/King, Katz, Peppard, Pribic and Shapovalov were read at the Sixth International Dostoevsky Symposium in Nottingham in August 1986.

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

Copyright 1989 by the International Dostoevsky Society. Printed and distributed by

University of Toronto