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The Resource Crime and punishment : a new translation, backgrounds and sources, criticism, Fyodor Dostoevsky ; translated and edited by Michael R. Katz, Middlebury College

Crime and punishment : a new translation, backgrounds and sources, criticism, Fyodor Dostoevsky ; translated and edited by Michael R. Katz, Middlebury College

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Crime and punishment : a new translation, backgrounds and sources, criticism
Title
Crime and punishment
Title remainder
a new translation, backgrounds and sources, criticism
Statement of responsibility
Fyodor Dostoevsky ; translated and edited by Michael R. Katz, Middlebury College
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Genre
Language
  • eng
  • rus
  • eng
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1821-1881
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Dostoyevsky, Fyodor
Dewey number
891.73/3
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maps
Index
no index present
LC call number
PG3326
LC item number
.P7 2019
Literary form
novels
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1821-1881
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  • Katz, Michael R.
  • Dostoyevsky, Fyodor
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Norton critical editions
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  • Dostoyevsky, Fyodor
  • Murder
  • Saint Petersburg (Russia)
  • Murder
  • Russia (Federation)
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Crime and punishment : a new translation, backgrounds and sources, criticism, Fyodor Dostoevsky ; translated and edited by Michael R. Katz, Middlebury College
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[A] new translation accompanied by his preface and detailed explanatory footnotes; names of principal characters, a note on characters' names, and a map of St. Petersburg, [and] key excerpts from Dostoevsky's notebooks, letters, and his early draft of Part II, Chapter 2. Twenty-eight scholarly essays on the novel from Russian, European, and American sources; a chronology and a selected bibliography.--Back cover. ----Translation is based on the authoritative text published in Vol. 6 of the author's Complete Collected works in Thirty Volumes [Polnoe sobranie sochinenii v triditsati tomakh] (Leningrad, 1973) -- Preface
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 575-576)
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
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text
Content type code
txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Sergei V. Belov
  • Religion of suffering
  • Vicomte E. M. de Vogue
  • Crime and Punishment (1866)
  • Vladimir Nabokov
  • Dostoevsky's search for motives in the notebooks
  • Konstantin Mochulsky
  • The first sentence in Crime and Punishment, the word "Crime", and other matters
  • Vadim Kozhinov
  • Philosophical pro and contra in Part one of Crime and Punishment
  • The text
  • Robert Louis Jackson
  • The death of Marmeladov
  • Konrad Onasch
  • The nihilism of Sonia Marmeladova
  • Michael R. Katz
  • The wisdom of a Iurodivaia
  • Harriet Murav
  • Dunia Raskol'nikov, the aesthetic consequence of virtue in Crime and Punishment
  • Gary Rosenshield
  • Self-sacrifice vs. saving a sister, the roles of sister and brother
  • Backgrounds and Sources
  • Anna Berman
  • Traditional symbolism in Crime and Punishment
  • George Gibian
  • The world of Raskolnikov
  • Joseph Frank
  • The revolt against Mother Earth
  • Vyachselav Ivanov
  • Recurrent imagery in Crime and Punishment
  • Ralph E. Matlaw
  • The problem of guilt in Dostoevsky's fiction
  • Criticism:
  • A Bem
  • "It was I who killed the old woman and her sister", modes of confession in Crime and Punishment
  • Julian W. Connolly
  • The construction of the novel; Dostoevsky's descriptions; the character and the city
  • Leonid P. Grossman
  • Plot structure and Raskolnikov's oscillations
  • F. I. Evnin
  • The hero in Dostoevsky's art; the idea in Dostoevsky
  • Mikhail Bakhtin
  • Puzzle and mystery; the narrative poles of knowing, Crime and Punishment
  • The Nihilists and Raskolnikov's new ideal
  • Michael Holquist
  • Sideshadowing and its possibilities; disease #3; hypothetical time, crime and chronicity
  • Gary Saul Morson
  • Raskolnikov, Karakazov and the etiology of a 'new word'
  • Claudia Verhoeven
  • A triple take: Crime and Punishment in Woody Allen's cinematic universe
  • Ellen Chances --
  • Serialization of Crime and Punishment in The Russian Herald (1866)
  • Selected bibliography
  • N. Strakhov
  • How minute changes of consciousness caused Raskolnikov to commit murder
  • Leo Tolstoy
  • The history of the writing of the novel
Control code
1057733642
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xi, 576 pages
Isbn
9780393264272
Lccn
2018047643
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
map
System control number
(OCoLC)1057733642
Label
Crime and punishment : a new translation, backgrounds and sources, criticism, Fyodor Dostoevsky ; translated and edited by Michael R. Katz, Middlebury College
Publication
Copyright
Note
[A] new translation accompanied by his preface and detailed explanatory footnotes; names of principal characters, a note on characters' names, and a map of St. Petersburg, [and] key excerpts from Dostoevsky's notebooks, letters, and his early draft of Part II, Chapter 2. Twenty-eight scholarly essays on the novel from Russian, European, and American sources; a chronology and a selected bibliography.--Back cover. ----Translation is based on the authoritative text published in Vol. 6 of the author's Complete Collected works in Thirty Volumes [Polnoe sobranie sochinenii v triditsati tomakh] (Leningrad, 1973) -- Preface
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 575-576)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Sergei V. Belov
  • Religion of suffering
  • Vicomte E. M. de Vogue
  • Crime and Punishment (1866)
  • Vladimir Nabokov
  • Dostoevsky's search for motives in the notebooks
  • Konstantin Mochulsky
  • The first sentence in Crime and Punishment, the word "Crime", and other matters
  • Vadim Kozhinov
  • Philosophical pro and contra in Part one of Crime and Punishment
  • The text
  • Robert Louis Jackson
  • The death of Marmeladov
  • Konrad Onasch
  • The nihilism of Sonia Marmeladova
  • Michael R. Katz
  • The wisdom of a Iurodivaia
  • Harriet Murav
  • Dunia Raskol'nikov, the aesthetic consequence of virtue in Crime and Punishment
  • Gary Rosenshield
  • Self-sacrifice vs. saving a sister, the roles of sister and brother
  • Backgrounds and Sources
  • Anna Berman
  • Traditional symbolism in Crime and Punishment
  • George Gibian
  • The world of Raskolnikov
  • Joseph Frank
  • The revolt against Mother Earth
  • Vyachselav Ivanov
  • Recurrent imagery in Crime and Punishment
  • Ralph E. Matlaw
  • The problem of guilt in Dostoevsky's fiction
  • Criticism:
  • A Bem
  • "It was I who killed the old woman and her sister", modes of confession in Crime and Punishment
  • Julian W. Connolly
  • The construction of the novel; Dostoevsky's descriptions; the character and the city
  • Leonid P. Grossman
  • Plot structure and Raskolnikov's oscillations
  • F. I. Evnin
  • The hero in Dostoevsky's art; the idea in Dostoevsky
  • Mikhail Bakhtin
  • Puzzle and mystery; the narrative poles of knowing, Crime and Punishment
  • The Nihilists and Raskolnikov's new ideal
  • Michael Holquist
  • Sideshadowing and its possibilities; disease #3; hypothetical time, crime and chronicity
  • Gary Saul Morson
  • Raskolnikov, Karakazov and the etiology of a 'new word'
  • Claudia Verhoeven
  • A triple take: Crime and Punishment in Woody Allen's cinematic universe
  • Ellen Chances --
  • Serialization of Crime and Punishment in The Russian Herald (1866)
  • Selected bibliography
  • N. Strakhov
  • How minute changes of consciousness caused Raskolnikov to commit murder
  • Leo Tolstoy
  • The history of the writing of the novel
Control code
1057733642
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xi, 576 pages
Isbn
9780393264272
Lccn
2018047643
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
map
System control number
(OCoLC)1057733642

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