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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.

Author/creator Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881 author.
Other author/creatorKatz, Michael R., translator, editor.
Other author/creatorTranslation of: Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881. Prestuplenie i nakazanie.
Format Book and Print
Publication Info New York : W.W. Norton & Company, [2019]
Copyright Notice ©2019
Copyright Notice ©2018
Descriptionxi, 576 pages : map ; 24 cm.
Subject(s)
Uniform titlePrestuplenie i nakazanie. English. (Katz)
Series Norton critical editions
Norton critical edition. ^A538572
Contents The text -- Backgrounds and Sources -- Criticism: The Nihilists and Raskolnikov's new ideal / N. Strakhov -- How minute changes of consciousness caused Raskolnikov to commit murder / Leo Tolstoy -- The history of the writing of the novel / 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 / 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 / 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 / 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 / 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.
General 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 noteIncludes bibliographical references (pages 575-576).
Genre/formFiction.
Genre/formNovels.
Genre/formPsychological fiction.
Genre/formNovels.
Genre/formPsychological fiction.
LCCN 2018047643
ISBN9780393264272 (pbk.)
ISBN0393264270 (pbk.)

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