This week, I’m talking Dostoevsky, a writer I respect but am not necessarily a fan of. Don’t worry, I was gentle. This is not a hate show.

Show Notes

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This is the article from which I did my reading for this episode.  There’s some opinions and insights in this that made me cock an eyebrow, but overall, it’s a good insight into Dostoevsky’s work.

This is a very fair, even discussion about Dostoevsky’s works.  The good and the bad are discussed.

Siberian prison camps!  The places of nightmares!

Russia: European or Asian?

Here’s that academic paper that details the literary instances of Dostoevsky’s antisemitism.