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Brief Lives: Fyodor Dostoevsky Paperback – 25 Nov 2011


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Anthony Briggs is a Senior Research Fellow at Bristol University, and Emeritus Professor of Russian Language and Literature at Birmingham University. He has written, translated and edited widely in the field of Russian literature, and published a translation of War and Peace in 2007.

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Decent, short treatment of a great author 11 Feb. 2013
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I am a Dostoevsky fan and I've read all of his major works. This was my first reading into the life of the author himself. It's a decent read that helped me put a perspective on his development as a writer.

This book doesn't pretend to be a comprehensive treatment of Dostoevsky's life. It does a good job of being a short read that gives a non-academic decent insights into Dostoevsky's life. The tone is readable, but sometimes felt flippant or a little too casual.
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