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1983, ISBN: 019812645X

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[EAN: 9780198126454], LITERATURWISSENSCHAFT, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1983. X; 365 S. Fadengehefteter Originalpappband mit Schutzumschlag. Sehr gutes Ex. - First -- Note -- Poor People The Double -- PART ONE: POET -- PART TWO: PRISONER -- The Next Four Years The Dead House Under the Floor -- PART THREE: PARAJOURNALIST -- Crime and Punishment -- The Possessed -- The Brothers Karamazov -- Index // John Jones, novelist, critic, and currently Professor of Poetry at Oxford, here turns to Dostoevsky. In a passionate and tender book, Jones discusses the narrative techniques and linguistic subtleties of the novels, what he calls 'conspiracies between novelist and reader behind the back of the narrator and his narrative'. His object always is to question orthodox readings, in particular those of the editors of the current Soviet edition, and to lay bare ' Dostoevsky's power to generate seemingly inexhaustible psychic energy in the form of his readers' diverse intellectual passions'. Readers familiar with his studies of Aristotle and the English romantic poets, or with his novel The Same God, will appreciate, as will those reading him for the first time, the suggestive, unconventional, brilliantly 'seen' yet intellectually rigorous exposition of one of the greatest and most 'modern' of established classics. ISBN 019812645X Russische Literatur, Roman, [PU: Oxford University Press]

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Oxford, Clarendon Press, X; 365 S. Fadengehefteter Originalpappband mit Schutzumschlag. Sehr gutes Ex. - First -- Note -- Poor People The Double -- PART ONE: POET -- PART TWO: PRISONER -- The Next Four Years The Dead House Under the Floor -- PART THREE: PARAJOURNALIST -- Crime and Punishment -- The Possessed -- The Brothers Karamazov -- Index // John Jones, novelist, critic, and currently Professor of Poetry at Oxford, here turns to Dostoevsky. In a passionate and tender book, Jones discusses the narrative techniques and linguistic subtleties of the novels, what he calls 'conspiracies between novelist and reader behind the back of the narrator and his narrative'. His object always is to question orthodox readings, in particular those of the editors of the current Soviet edition, and to lay bare ' Dostoevsky's power to generate seemingly inexhaustible psychic energy in the form of his readers' diverse intellectual passions'. Readers familiar with his studies of Aristotle and the English romantic poets, or with his novel The Same God, will appreciate, as will those reading him for the first time, the suggestive, unconventional, brilliantly 'seen' yet intellectually rigorous exposition of one of the greatest and most 'modern' of established classics. ISBN 019812645XLiteraturwissenschaft [Russische Literatur, Roman] 1983, [PU: Oxford University Press]

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Erscheinungsjahr: 1983., Verlag/Ort: Oxford: Clarendon Press, X; 365 S. Fadengehefteter Originalpappband mit Schutzumschlag. Sehr gutes Ex. - First -- Note -- Poor People The Double -- PART ONE: POET -- PART TWO: PRISONER -- The Next Four Years The Dead House Under the Floor -- PART THREE: PARAJOURNALIST -- Crime and Punishment -- The Possessed -- The Brothers Karamazov -- Index // John Jones, novelist, critic, and currently Professor of Poetry at Oxford, here turns to Dostoevsky. In a passionate and tender book, Jones discusses the narrative techniques and linguistic subtleties of the novels, what he calls 'conspiracies between novelist and reader behind the back of the narrator and his narrative'. His object always is to question orthodox readings, in particular those of the editors of the current Soviet edition, and to lay bare ' Dostoevsky's power to generate seemingly inexhaustible psychic energy in the form of his readers' diverse intellectual passions'. Readers familiar with his studies of Aristotle and the English romantic poets, or with his novel The Same God, will appreciate, as will those reading him for the first time, the suggestive, unconventional, brilliantly 'seen' yet intellectually rigorous exposition of one of the greatest and most 'modern' of established classics. ISBN 019812645X [Russische Literatur, Roman]

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Sehr gutes Ex. - First -- Note -- Poor People The Double -- PART ONE: POET -- PART TWO: PRISONER -- The Next Four Years The Dead House Under the Floor -- PART THREE: PARAJOURNALIST -- Crime and Punishment -- The Possessed -- The Brothers Karamazov -- Index // John Jones, novelist, critic, and currently Professor of Poetry at Oxford, here turns to Dostoevsky. In a passionate and tender book, Jones discusses the narrative techniques and linguistic subtleties of the novels, what he calls 'conspiracies between novelist and reader behind the back of the narrator and his narrative'. His object always is to question orthodox readings, in particular those of the editors of the current Soviet edition, and to lay bare ' Dostoevsky's power to generate seemingly inexhaustible psychic energy in the form of his readers' diverse intellectual passions'. Readers familiar with his studies of Aristotle and the English romantic poets, or with his novel The Same God, will appreciate, as will those reading him for the first time, the suggestive, unconventional, brilliantly 'seen' yet intellectually rigorous exposition of one of the greatest and most 'modern' of established classics. ISBN 019812645X - , ISBN-13: 9780198126454, X; 365 S. Fadengehefteter Originalpappband mit Schutzumschlag., [Russische Literatur, Roman], Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1983.

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Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1983., Sehr gutes Ex. - First -- Note -- Poor People The Double -- PART ONE: POET -- PART TWO: PRISONER -- The Next Four Years The Dead House Under the Floor -- PART THREE: PARAJOURNALIST -- Crime and Punishment -- The Possessed -- The Brothers Karamazov -- Index // John Jones, novelist, critic, and currently Professor of Poetry at Oxford, here turns to Dostoevsky. In a passionate and tender book, Jones discusses the narrative techniques and linguistic subtleties of the novels, what he calls 'conspiracies between novelist and reader behind the back of the narrator and his narrative'. His object always is to question orthodox readings, in particular those of the editors of the current Soviet edition, and to lay bare ' Dostoevsky's power to generate seemingly inexhaustible psychic energy in the form of his readers' diverse intellectual passions'. Readers familiar with his studies of Aristotle and the English romantic poets, or with his novel The Same God, will appreciate, as will those reading him for the first time, the suggestive, unconventional, brilliantly 'seen' yet intellectually rigorous exposition of one of the greatest and most 'modern' of established classics. ISBN 019812645X, ISBN-13: 9780198126454, X; 365 S. Fadengehefteter Originalpappband mit Schutzumschlag., [Russische Literatur, Roman]

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Dostoevsky

In this passionate and tender book, John Jones discusses the narrative techniques and linguistic subtleties of the novels of Dostoevsky.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780198126454
ISBN (ISBN-10): 019812645X
Version reliée
Date de parution: 1983
Editeur: OXFORD UNIV PR
376 Pages
Poids: 0,649 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780198126454

ISBN - Autres types d'écriture:
0-19-812645-X, 978-0-19-812645-4


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