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19th-Century Master Novelists: Dostoevsky

SLA 516

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The course has four objectives: (1) an investigation of Dostoevsky's evolution as a writer, (2) an intensive analysis of his fiction and non-fiction, (3) an exploration of his religious, philosophical, political, and aesthetic ideas in the context of 19th, 20th, and now, 21st-century Russian intellectual and cultural history, and (4) an examination of 19th, 20th, and now, 21st-century Russian, Soviet, and Western critical approaches to Dostoevsky's writings.
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Section S01