Fyodor Dostoevskys Crime and Punishment: A Casebook by Richard PeaceFyodor Dostoevskys Crime and Punishment: A Casebook by Richard Peace

Fyodor Dostoevskys Crime and Punishment: A Casebook

EditorRichard Peace

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This Casebook is a collection of interpretations of Crime and Punishment. The selection not only reflects earlier work by major critics in the field, but also more recent studies. At the same time the choice of critical approaches has been made on the basis of covering the novel's variousaspects: Dostoevsky's debt to other novelists in the European tradition; his roots as a writer in the so-called "Natural School" of the 1840s with its emphasis on the theme of the city; the thematic and symbolic structure of the novel itself; the psychology of the hero; the philosophical content ofthe novel and its relationship to contemporary thought; the novel's religious dimension. This latter approach has long been established in western criticism, but the two essays with which the Casebook concludes are by modern Russian scholars, who examine the novel in the light of their own Orthodoxtradition.
Richard Peace is Professor Emeritus, University of Bristol.
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Title:Fyodor Dostoevskys Crime and Punishment: A CasebookFormat:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 5.39 × 8.19 × 0.59 inPublished:October 31, 2005Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195175638

ISBN - 13:9780195175639

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Table of Contents

Richard Peace, Professor Emeritus, University of Bristol: IntroductionDonald Fanger: Apogee: Crime and PunishmentAdele Lindenmeyr: Raskolnikov's City and the Napoleonic PlanEdward Wasiolek: Crime and PunishmentRichard Peace: Motive and SymbolR. D. Laing: A Psychologist's ViewDerek Offord: Crime and Punishment and Contemporary Radical ThoughtV. E. Vetlovskaya: "The Other World" in Crime and PunishmentTatyana Kasatkina: The Epilogue of Crime and PunishmentSuggested ReadingIndex