By Fyodor Dostoevsky, Constance Garnett, Priscilla Meyer, Nicholas Rice, Juliya Salkovskaya
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Fine, President and Publisher Š Printed in the United States of America QM 1 3 5 7 9 10 8 6 4 2 FIRST PRINTING FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky was born in Moscow on October 30, 1821. His mother died when he was fifteen, and his father, a former army surgeon, sent him and his older brother, Mikhail, to preparatory school in St. Petersburg. Fyodor continued his education at the St. Petersburg Academy of Military Engineers and graduated as a lieutenant in 1843. After serving as a military engineer for a short time, and inheriting some money from his father舗s estate, he retired from the army and decided instead to devote himself to writing.
She offers consolation and miracle by reading to Raskolnikov from John at the Kapernaumovs舗. This is the beginning of Raskolnikov舗s movement toward relinquishing his pride in favor of Sonia舗s faith. Raskolnikov舗s evidence at his trial contains further parodic inversion of Jesus舗 life. When on the third day the stone is removed from Jesus舗 tomb, all that remains of Jesus舗 earthly self are the linen cloths, including the one that had been on his head (20:6), indications of the resurrection of his body.
The identification of the two characters is signaled when Raskolnikov is almost run down by a carriage and whipped by the driver; he is taken for a drunkard when he staggers, delirious, in the street. Marmeladov is a victim of his alcoholism and attendant poverty, while simultaneously victimizing his family with his inability to keep a job. Russia and France Russian writers of the nineteenth century, like many others of the period, were consciously creating a new literary tradition, trying to free themselves from the imitation of French language and culture that had shaped the world of the Russian aristocracy from the time of Catherine the Great.