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SLL 330 21:14 Avvakum – beat as a kid Martyr Boris and Gleb Talks about dung  Doesn’t elevate things, gloss over them
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Dostoevsky 21:14 1821-1881 Youth: Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky Father, Mikhail – doctor and devout Christian Attended military engineering institute in St. Petersburg at 16 Suffered from epilepsy Literary beginnings Strange father-son relationship said to have influenced some of owrks Hated math yet strongly influenced by schiller, Shakespeare, hugo Began military career in 1842 but then devoted himself to writing
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Unformatted text preview: Poor Folk (Bednie Lyudi) completed in 1846 Exile and Mid-Career, and Philosophy Sentenced to exile in Siberia in 1849 for membership in Petrashevsky Circle Return to Petersburg in 1854 Works praise the virtues of humility and suffering Part of Slavophile movement LATE CAREER AND DEATH Last work was Brothers Karamazov Died in 1881 Anti-revolutionary work Orthodox believer Nechaev – cataclysm of the revolutionary Nihilist – believe in nothing 21:14...
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2011 for the course SLL 330 taught by Professor Damare during the Spring '10 term at USC.

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