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1970

 

1. Stern J. P. The Testing of the Prince: On the Realism of Dostoyevsky's "The Idiot" // Gorski Vijenac: A Garland of Essays Offered to Professor Elizabeth Hill. Cambridge, 1970. P. 252 - 267.

 

1971

 

2. Jones M. V. Some Echoes of Hegel in Dostoyevsky // The Slavonic and East European Review. 1971. Vol. 49. P. 500 - 520.

 

3. Peace R. Dostoyevsky: An Examination of the Major Novels. Cambridge, 1971.

 

4. Thody P. Jeeves, Dostoievski and the double paradox // University of Leeds Review. 1971. Vol. 14. N 2. P. 319 - 331.

 

1972

 

5. Crome L. Recollections of Dostoevsky // Anglo-Soviet Journal. 1972. Vol. 32. N3. P. 5 - 11.

 

6. Jones M. V. Dostoievskii's Notebooks // Journal of European Studies. 1972. Vol. 2. N 3. P. 277 - 284.

 

7. Jones M. V. Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, Leskov and Redstokizm // Journal of Russian Studies. 1972. Vol. 23. P. 3 - 20.

 

8. O'Toole L.M. Structure and Style in the Short Story: Dostoevsky's "A Gentle Spirit" // Tijdschrift voor Slavische Taalen Letterkunde. 1972. Vol. 1. P. 81 - 116.

 

1973

 

9. Freeborn R. Crime and Punishment // The Rise of the Russian Novel: Studies in the Russian Novel from "Eugene Onegin" to "War and Peace". Cambridge, 1973. P. 157 - 207.

 

10. Gibson A. B. The Religion of Dostoevsky. London, 1973.

 

11. Jones M. V. An Aspect of Romanticism in Dostoyevsky: "Netochka Nezvanova" and Eugene Sue's "Mathilde" // Renaissance and Modern Studies. 1973. Vol. 17. P. 38 - 61.

 

12. Leatherbarrow W.J. "The Rag with Ambition": the Problem of Self-Will in Dostoevsky's "Bednye liudi" and "Dvoynik" // Modern Language Review. 1973. Vol. 68. P. 607 - 618.

 
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13. Leatherbarrow W.J. Raskolnikov and the "Enigma of his Personality" // Modern Language Studies. 1973. Vol. 9. P. 153 - 165.

 

1974

 

14. Carroll J. Break-Out from the Crystal Palace: The Anarcho-Psychological Critique - Stirner, Nietzsche, Dostoevsky. London, 1974.

 

15. Freeborn R. Realism in Russia, to the Death of Dostoevsky // The Age of Realism. Harmondsworth, 1974. P. 126 - 139.

 

16. Jones M. V. Dostoyevsky and an Aspect of Schiller's Psychology // The Slavonic and East European Review. 1974. Vol. 52. P. 337 - 354.

 

17. Jones M. V. Raskolnikov's Humanitarianism // Canadian-American Slavic Studies. 1974. Vol. 8. N 3. P. 370 - 380.

 

18. Knight S. The function of quotation in Dostoevsky: with special reference to "The Adolescent" // University of Essex Language Centre Occasional Papers. 1974. Vol. 14. P. 69 - 89.

 

19. Leatherbarrow W.J. Dostoyevsky's Treatment of the Theme of Romantic Dreaming in "Khozyayka" and "Belye nochi" // Modern Language Review. 1974. Vol. 69. P. 584 - 595.

 

20. Woodward J.B. Transferred Speech in Dostoevskii's "Vechnyi muzh" // Canadian-American Slavic Studies. 1974. Vol. 8. P. 398^407.

 

1975

 

21. Davison R.M. The translation of surnames in Dostoevsky // Journal of Russian Studies. 1975. Vol. 30. P. 28 - 31.

 

22. Jones M. V. Comrade Dostoevsky (a survey of recent Soviet scholarship with particular reference to Leonid Grossman's "Dostoevsky", trans. Mary Mackler, London, 1974) // The Times Literary Supplement. 1975. Feb. 21. P. 198.

 

1976

 

23. Calder A. Russia Discovered: Nineteenth-Century Fiction from Pushkin to Chekhov. London, 1976. P. 110 - 135, 173 - 208.

 

24. Freeborn R., Donchin G., Anning N.J. Russian Literary Attitudes from Pushkin to Solzhenitsyn. Basingstoke, 1976. P. 39 - 59.

 

25. Jones M. V. Dostoyevsky: The Novel of Discord. London, 1976.

 

26. . . // : . ., 1976. . 2. . 106 - 112.

 

27. Leatherbarrow W.J. The Aesthetic Louse: Ethics and Aesthetics in Dostoevsky's "Prestuplenie i nakazanie" // Modern Language Review. 1976. Vol. 71. P. 857 - 866.

 

1977

 

28. Orr J. Tragic Realism and Modern Society: Studies in the Sociology of the Modern Novel. Basingstoke, 1977. P. 53 - 86.

 

29. Sutherland S. R. Atheism and the Rejection of God: Contemporary Philosophy and "The Brothers Karamazov". Oxford, 1977.

 
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1978

 

30. Hingley R. Dostoyevsky: His Life and Work. London, 1978.

 

31. Nuttall A.D. Dostoevsky's "Crime and Punishment": Murder as a Philosophic Experiment. Edinburgh, 1978.

 

32. Orr J. The demonic tendency, politics and society in Dostoevsky's "The Devils" // The Sociology of Literature: Applied Studies. Keele, 1978. P. 271 - 283.

 

33. Peace R. Dostoyevsky's "The Eternal Husband" and Literary Polemics // Essays in Poetics. 1978. Vol. 3. N 2. P. 22 - 40.

 

34. Snow C. P. The Realists: Portraits of Eight Novelists. London, 1978. P. 84 - 138.

 

1979

 

35. Jones M. V. Winter notes on Autumn reading: five recent books on Dostoevsky // Journal of Russian Studies. 1979. Vol. 37. P. 32 - 39.

 

36. Leatherbarrow W.J. Pushkin and the Early Dostoyevsky // Modern Language Review. 1979. Vol. 74. P. 368 - 385.

 

37. Offord D. Dostoyevsky and Chernyshevsky // Slavonic and East European Review. 1979. Vol. 57. N 4. P. 509 - 530.

 

1980

 

38. Davison R.M. Dostoyevsky's "The Devils": The Role of Stepan Trofimovich Verkhovensky // Forum for Modern Language Studies. 1980. Vol. 16. P. 109 - 119.

 

39. Jones M. V. Dostoevsky and Europe: travels in the mind // Renaissance and Modern Studies. 1980. Vol. 24. P. 38 - 57.

 

40. Leatherbarrow W.J. Idealism and Utopian Socialism in Dostoyevsky's "Gospodin Prokharchin" and "Slaboe serdtse" // Slavonic and East European Review. 1980. Vol. 58. P. 524 - 540.

 

41. Woodward J. B. Overlapping portraits in Dostoevsky's "The Idiot" // Scando-Slavica. 1980. Vol. 26. P. 115 - 127.

 

1981

 

42. Davison R. M. Dostoevskij's "Devils" and the Sects // Der Welt der Slaven. 1981. N 2. S. 274 - 284.

 

43. F.M. Dostoevsky (1821 - 1881): A Centenary Collection / Ed. by L. Burnett. Colchester, 1981:

 

O'Toole L. M. Structure and Style in the Short Story: Dostoevsky's "A Gentle Spirit". P. 1 - 36.

 

Spencer F. Form and Disorder in Dostoevsky's "A Raw Youth". P. 37 - 57.

 

Burnett L. Dostoevsky, Poe and the Discovery of Fantastic Realism. P. 58 - 86.

 

Hyde G. M. T. S. Eliot's "Crime and Punishment". P. 87 - 96.

 

Simpson P. The Rejection of the World: Dostoevsky, Ivanov, Camus. P. 97 - 108.

 

Johae A. Idealism and the Dialectic in "The Brothers Karamazov". P. 109 - 118.

 
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Panteli C. Dostoevsky's Aesthetic: Dichotomy between Reality and

 

Transcendence in Ivan Karamazov's Nightmare. P. 119 - 126.

 

Thurley G. Dostoevsky - between Psyche and Psychology. P. 127 - 134.

 

44. Leatherbarrow W.J. Fedor Dostoevsky. Boston, 1981.

 

45. Peace R. Dostoyevsky and Tolstoy as Novelists of Ideas // Transactions of Russian-American Scholars in the U.S.A. 1981. Vol. 14. P. 231 - 238.

 

1982

 

46. Falchikov M. Gordon Comstock iz podpol'ya? or Orwell's Underground Man (Some Observations on "Zapiski iz podpol'ya" and "Keep the Aspidistra Flying") // Essays in Poetics. 1982. Vol. 7. N 2. P. 23 - 38.

 

47. Hackel S. F. M. Dostoevsky, 1821 - 1881: Prophet Manque? //Dostoevsky Studies. 1982. Vol. 3. P. 5 - 25.

 

48. Jones M. V. Dostoevsky and European Philosophy // Actualite de Dostoevskij. Genova, 1982. P. 103 - 118.

 

49. Leatherbarrow W.J. Apocalyptic Imagery in "The Idiot" and "The Devils" // Dostoevsky Studies. 1982. Vol. 3. P. 43 - 52.

 

50. Peace R. Dostoevsky and the Golden Age // Dostoevsky Studies. 1982. Vol. 3. P. 61 - 78.

 

1983

 

51. Dostoyevsky F. The House of the Dead / Transl. D. McDuff. London, 1983.

 

52. Hingley R. Introduction // Dostoevsky F. Memoirs from the House of the Dead / Transl. Jessie Coulson. Oxford, 1983. P. VII-XVIII.

 

53. Dodd W.J. Dostoyevskian elements in Kafka's "Penal Colony" // German Life and Letters. 1983. Vol. 1. P. 11 - 23.

 

54. Jones M. V. Dostoevsky, Rousseau and Others // Dostoevsky Studies. 1983. Vol. 4. P. 81 - 93.

 

55. New Essays on Dostoyevsky / Ed. by M. Jones, G Terry. Cambridge, 1983:

 

Offord D. The Causes of Crime and the Meaning of Law: "Crime and Punishment" in the Light of Contemporary Radical Thought. P. 41 - 65.

 

Seeley F.F. Ivan Karamazov. P. 115 - 136.

 

Hackel S. The religious dimension: vision or evasion? Zosima's discourse in "The Brothers Karamazov". P. 139 - 168.

 

Sutherland S. R. The philosophical dimension: self and freedom. P. 169 - 185.

 

Pike C. Formalist and Structuralist Approaches to Dostoyevsky. P. 187 - 214.

 

Terry G. Dostoyevsky Studies in Great Britain: A Bibliographic Survey. P. 215 - 264.

 

56. O'Toole L.M. The Scythian Factor: Non-Verbal Interaction in Tolstoy and Dostoevsky // Melbourne Slavonic Studies. 1983. Vol. 17. P. 1 - 20.

 

57. Pyman A. Dostoevskii's influence on Religious Thought of the Silver Age // Canadian-American Slavic Studies. 1983. Vol. 17. N 3. P. 287 - 324.

 
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1984

 

58. Dodd W.J. Varieties of Influence on Kafka's Indebtedness to Dosto-evskii//Journal of European Studies. 1984. Vol. 14. P. 257 - 269.

 

59. Pike C. Dostoevsky's "Dream of a Ridiculous Man": Seeing is Believing // The Structural Analysis of Russian Narrative Fiction. Keele, 1984. P. 26 - 63.

 

60. Rayfield D. Dostoyevsky's "Eugenie Grander" // Forum for Modern Language Studies. 1984. Vol. 20. P. 133 - 142.

 

61. Sutherland S. Death and Fulfilment, or Would the Real Mr. Dostoyevsky Stand Up? // Philosophy and Literature. Royal Institute of Philosophy Lecture Series. N 16. Cambridge, 1984. P. 15 - 28.

 

1985

 

62. Jones J. Dostoevsky. Oxford, 1985.

 

63. Jones M. V. Dostoevsky's "Notes from Underground" // The Voice of a Giant. Exeter, 1985. P. 55 - 65.

 

64. Seddon J. H. The Petrashevtsy: A Study of the Russian Revolutionaries of 1848. Manchester, 1985.

 

1986

 

65. Jones M. V. "A Raw Youth": A Novel of Disorder // Critical Essays on Dostoevsky. Boston, 1986. P. 158 - 170.

 

66. Jones M. V. The Legend of the Grand Inquisitor: the suppression of the second temptation and the dialogue with God // Dostoevsky Studies. 1986. Vol. 7. P. 123 - 134.

 

67. Raine C. Belly Without Blemish: Golding's Sources // William Golding: The Man and His Books: A Tribute on His 75th Birthday. London, 1986. P. 101 - 109.

 

68. Resumes of Papers given at the VI International Dostoevsky Symposium/Ed. by M.V Jones. Nottingham, 1986.

 

69. Seeley F.F. Smerdiakov // Dostoevsky Studies. 1986. Vol. 7. P. 99 - 105.

 

70. Smyth S. The "Lukovka" Legend in "The Brothers Karamazov" // Irish Slavonic Studies. 1986. Vol. 7. P. 41 - 51.

 

1987

 

71. Falchikov M. From Dostoevsky's Underground Man to Chekhov's Unknown Man // Scottish Slavonic Review. 1987. Vol. 9. P. 67 - 84.

 

72. Jones M. V. Dostoevsky: Driving the Reader Crazy // Essays in Poetics. 1987. Vol. 12. N 1. P. 57 - 80.

 

73. Thompson D.O. Poetic Transformations of Scientific Facts in "Brat'ia Karamazovy" // Dostoevsky Studies. 1987. Vol. 8. P. 73 - 91.

 
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1988

 

74. Dostoyevsky F. Poor Folk and other stones / Transl. D. McDuff. London, 1988.

 

75. Conradi P. Dostoevsky. Basingstoke, 1988.

 

76. Kelly A. Dostoevsky and the Divided Conscience // Slavic Review. 1988. Vol. 47. N2. P. 239 - 260.

 

77. Peace R. Some Dostoyevskian Themes in the Work of Maksim Gorky // Russian Literature. 1988. Vol. 24. N 4. P. 525 - 538.

 

78. Sutton J. Fyodor Dostoevsky and Vladimir Solovyov // The Religious Philosophy of Vladimir Solovyov: Towards a Reassessment. London; New York, 1988. P. 185 - 193.

 

1989

 

79. Dostoyevsky F. Uncle's Dream and other stories / Transl. D. McDuff. London, 1989.

 

80. Bradbury M. Fyodor Dostoevsky // The Modern World: Ten Great Writers. New York, 1989. P. 25 - 52.

 

1990

 

81. Burnett L. Hors-d'oeuvre: Catering for the Consumer in "The Idiot" // Essays in Poetics. 1990. Vol. 15. N 2. P. 68 - 93.

 

82. Davidson R.M. Aspects of Novelistic Technique in Dostoevskii's "Besy" // From Pushkin to Palisandria: Essays in Honour of Richard Freeborn. London, 1990. P. 83 - 95.

 

83. Johae A. Hallucination in "Oliver Twist" and "Crime and Punishment" //New Comparison. 1990. Vol. 9. P. 128 - 138.

 

84. Jones M. V. Dostoyevsky after Bakhtin: Readings in Dostoyevsky's Fantastic Realism. Cambridge, 1990.

 

85. Leatherbarrow W.J. Fedor Dostoevsky: A Reference Guide. Boston, 1990.

 

86. Peace R. The Analytical Genius: "Bednye liudi" and the Russian Prose Tradition // From Pushkin to Palisandria: Essays in Honour of Richard Freeborn. London, 1990. P. 52 - 69.

 

87. Rayfield D. Dumas and Dostoevskii: Deflowering the Camellia // From Pushkin to Palisandria: Essays in Honour of Richard Freeborn. London, 1990. P. 70 - 82.

 

88. Sutton J. Three Perspectives on Faith and Freedom // Ideology in Russian Literature. New York, 1990. P. 79 - 95.

 

1991

 

89. Dostoyevsky F. Crime and Punishment / Transl. D. McDuff. London, 1991.

 

90. Jones M. V. Introduction // Dostoevsky F. Notes from Underground and The Gambler / Transl. J. Kentish. Oxford, 1991. P. VII-XXV.

 
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91. Kelly A. Irony and Utopia in Herzen and Dostoevsky: "From the Other Shore" and "Diary of a Writer"" // Russian Review. 1991. Vol. 50. P. 397 - 416.

 

92. Peace R. Dostoevski's "Notes from the House of the Dead": "The Literary Construct" // Literature, Culture, and Society in the Modern Age: In Honor of Joseph Frank. Stanford Slavic Studies. 1991. Vol. 4. N 1. P. 239 - 259.

 

93. Thompson D. O. "The Brothers Karamazov" and the Poetics of Memory. Cambridge, 1991.

 

1992

 

94. Jones M. V. Introduction // Dostoevsky F. The Brothers Karamazov / Transl. R. Pevear, L. Volokhonsky. New York, 1992. P. V-XXIX.

 

95. Leatherbarrow W.J. Introduction // Dostoevsky F. The Idiot / Transl. A. Myers. Oxford, 1992. P. VII-XXII.

 

96. Christian R. F. Doubt and Belief in Dostoevsky's Major Novels // Dimensions Literary and Theological: Incorporating the St. Mary's Lectures 1991 - 92. St. Andrews, 1992. P. 73 - 85.

 

97. Dodd W.J. Kafka and Dostoyevsky: The Shaping of Influence. Basingstoke, 1992.

 

98. Johae A. Dostoevsky's Walls and Holbein's Paintings // Germano-Slavica. 1992 - 1993. Vol. 7 - 8. P. 102 - 105.

 

99. . . : // : . ., 1992. Vol. 10. . 172 - 176.

 

100. Leatherbarrow W.J. Fyodor Dostoyevsky: "The Brothers Karamazov". Cambridge, 1992.

 

1993

 

101. Dostoyevsky F. The Brothers Karamazov / Transl. D. McDuff. London, 1993.

 

102. Andrew J. Narrative and Desire in Russian Literature 1822^49: the Feminine and the Masculine. Amsterdam; New York, 1993.

 

103. Johae A. Expressive Symbols in Dostoevsky's "Crime and Punishment" // Scottish Slavonic Review. 1993. Vol. 20. P. 17 - 22.

 

104. Jones M. V. (ed.) Dostoevsky in the Twentieth Century: The Ljubljana Papers, Nottingham, 1993.

 

105. Peace R. Dostoevsky's "Notes from Underground". London, 1993.

 

106. Peace R. Dostoevskii as Prophet: the case of "Skvernyi anekdot" and "Krokodil" // Slavonic and East European Review. 1993. Vol. 71. N 2. P. 257 - 265.

 

107. Woodward J. B. Form and Meaning: Essays on Russian Literature. Columbus OH, 1993.

 
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1994

 

108. Dostoevsky F. An Accidental Family / Transl. R. Freeborn. Oxford, 1994.

 

109. Leatherbarrow W.J. Introduction // Dostoevsky F. Poor Folk and The Gambler. London, 1994. P. XVII-XXV.

 

110. Gillespie D. Trifonov on Dostoevskii // Russian Writers on Russian Writers. Oxford, 1994. P. 161 - 168.

 

111. Johae A. Retractive Imagery: Dostoevsky and German Romanticism // Germano-Slavica. 1994. Vol. 8. N 2. P. 3 - 15.

 

112. Jones M. V. Dostoevsky, Zasetskaya, and Radstockism // Oxford Slavonic Papers. 1994. Vol. 27. P. 106 - 120.

 

113. Seeley F. F. Aglaia Epanchina // From the Heyday of the Superfluous Man to Chekhov: Essays on 19th-century Russian Literature. Nottingham, 1994. P. 138 - 148.

 

1995

 

114. Dostoyevsky F. The Village of Stepanchikovo / Transl. I. Avsey. London, 1995.

 

115. Jones M. V. "The Eternal Husband": Discourse with a Noose // Essays in Poetics. 1995. Vol. 20. P. 46 - 59.

 

116. Dostoevskii and Britain / Ed. by W. J. Leatherbarrow. Oxford, 1995: Jones M. V. Dostoevskii and Radstockism. P. 159 - 175. Conradi P.J. Iris Murdoch and Dostoevskii. P. 277 - 291.

 

117. Thompson D.O. Lise Khokhlakova: shalunia/besenok // O Rus! Studia litteraria Slavica in Honorem Hugh McLean. Oakland, CA, 1995. P. 281 - 297.

 

1996

 

118. Leatherbarrow W.J. Introduction // Dostoevsky F. A Gentle Creature and other stories / Transl. Alan Myers. Oxford, 1996. P. VII-XXIII.

 

119. . . // XX : . ., 1996. . 48 - 59.

 

120. . "" // XX : . ., 1996. . 501 - 507.

 

1997

 

121. Berry R.J. First Descents into the Inferno: Parallel Ideology: An Experience in Conrad's "Heart of Darkness" and Dostoevsky's "Notes from the House of the Dead" // New Zealand Slavonic Journal. 1997. P. 3 - 21.

 

122. Johae A. Groundwork for a Comparative Study of Dostoevsky and Kafka//Germano-Slavica. 1997. Vol. 10. N LP. 25 - 38.

 

123. Jones M. V. The Evolution of Fantastic Realism in Russian Literature // Celebrating Creativity: Essays in Honour of Jostein Bortnes. Bergen, 1997. P. 58 - 69.

 
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124. Jones M. V. Silence in "The Brothers Karamazov" // Die Bruder Karamasow, Dostojewskijs letzter Roman in heutiger Sicht. Dresden, 1997. S. 29 - 45.

 

125. Jones M. V. The Death and Resurrection of Orthodoxy in the works of Dostoevskii // Cultural Discontinuity and Reconstruction: the Byzanto-Slav Heritage and the Creation of a Russian National Literature in the Nineteenth Century. Oslo, 1997. P. 143 - 167.

 

126. . . // : . ., 1997. . 14. . 17 - 25.

 

127. . . " ...": ( ) // . 1997. N9. . 22 - 27.

 

128. Nicholl D. Triumphs of the Spirit in Russia. London, 1997.

 

129. Peace R. Dostoevsky's "Little Hero" and "The Knight of the Sad Countenance" // Life and Text: Essays in Honour of Geir Kjetsaa on the Occasion of his 60th Birthday. Oslo, 1997. P. 221 - 238.

 

130. . "" : , // : . ., 1997. . 14. . 187 - 194.

 

131. Thompson D.O. Motifs of Compassion in Dostoevski's Novels // Cultural Discontinuity and Reconstruction: the Byzanto-Slav Heritage and the Creation of a Russian National Literature in the Nineteenth Century. Oslo, 1997. P. 185 - 201.

 

132. Thompson D. O. The Problem of Conscience in "Crime and Punishment" // Celebrating Creativity, Essays in Honour of Jostein Bortnes. Bergen, 1997. P. 190 - 204.

 

1998

 

133. Dostoevsky F. The Karamazov Brothers / Transl. I. Avsey. Oxford, 1998.

 

134. Peace R. Introduction // Dostoevsky F. Crime and Punishment / Transl. J. Coulson. Oxford, 1998. P. VII-XXIII.

 

135. Andrew J. The Seduction of the Daughter: Sexuality in the Early Dostoevsky & the Case of " " ["Poor Folk"] // Polyfunktion und Metaparodie. Aufsatze zum 175 Geburtstag Fedor Michailovic Dostoevskijs. Dresden, 1998. S. 197 - 216.

 

136. Andrew J. The Seduction of the Daughter: Sexuality in the Early Dostoevsky and the Case of "Poor Folk" ("Bednye liudi") // Neo-Formalist Papers: Contributions to the Silver Jubilee Conference to Mark 25 Years of the NeoFormalist Circle, Mansfield College, Oxford, 11 - 13 September, 1995. Amsterdam; Atlanta, 1998. P. 123 - 141.

 

137. Coates R. Falling Silent: the Critical Aesthetic of "Problems of Dostoevsky's Creative Work" // Christianity in Bakhtin: God and the Exiled Author. Cambridge, 1998. P. 84 - 102.

 

138. Conradi P. J. "The Brothers Karamazov": A Different Kind of Morality Tale//Readings on Fyodor Dostoyevsky. San Diego, 1998. P. 115 - 119.

 
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139. Hudspith S. Slavophilism and the opposition of Russia and the West as themes in Dostoevsky's "Diary of a Writer" // : . . 5. ., 1998. . 209 - 225.

 

140. . . : / . . . ., 1998.

 

141. Jones M. V. "Notes from the Underground" presents a romanticized view of freedom // Readings on Fyodor Dostoyevsky. San Diego, 1998. P. 103 - 110.

 

142. Jones M. V. Sisters and Rivals: Variations on a Theme in Dostoevskii's Fiction // Die Wiklichkeit der Kunst und das Abenteur der Interpretation. Dresden, 1998. S. 159 - 169.

 

1999

 

143. Burnett L. The Echoing Heart: Fantasias of the Female in Dostoevskii and Turgenev // The Gothic-Fantastic in Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature. Amsterdam, 1999. P. 235 - 255.

 

144. Fasey R. The "Shock of Recognition: Alberti's Indebtedness to Russian Writing" // Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispanicos. 1999. Vol. 24. N 1. P. 87 - 104.

 

145. Jones M. V. Dostoevsky's "Notes from Underground" // Short Story Criticism. 1999. Vol. 33. P. 207 - 211.

 

146. Dostoevsky's "The Devils": A Critical Companion / Ed. by W.J. Leatherbarrow. Evanston, 1999:

 

Offord D. C. "The Devils" in the Context of Contemporary Russian Thought and Politics. P. 63 - 99.

 

Jones M. V. The Narrator and Narrative Technique in Dostoevsky's "The Devils". P. 100 - 118.

 

Davison R.M. Dostoevsky's "The Devils": The Role of Stepan Trofimovich Verkhovensky. P. 119 - 134.

 

147. Peace R. Dostoevsky and Pushkin // Irish Slavonic Studies. 1999. Vol. 20. P. 21 - 34.

 

148. Seeley F. F. Saviour or Superman? Old and New Essays on Tolstoy and Dostoevsky. Nottingham, 1999.

 

2000

 

149. Burnett L. Dostoevsky's "New World": A Short and Curious Note on Language Acquisition // Comparison. 2000. Vol. 29. P. 81 - 86.

 

150. Duncan P.J.S. Russian Messianism: Third Rome, Revolution, Communism and After. London; New York, 2000.

 

151. Hudspith S. Dostoevsky and the Slavophile Aesthetic // Dostoevsky Studies. 2000. Vol. 4. P. 177 - 194.

 

152. Leatherbarrow W.J. Misreading Myshkin and Stavrogin: The Presentation of the Hero in Dostoevskii's "Idiot" and "Besy" // Slavonic and East European Review. 2000. Vol. 78. N 1. P. 1 - 20.

 
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153. Leatherb arrow W.J. The Devils' Vaudeville: "Decoding" the Demonic in Dostoevsky's "The Devils" // Russian Literature and its Demons. Oxford, 2000. P. 279 - 306.

 

154. Offord D.C. Beware the Garden of Earthly Delights: Fonvizin and Dostoevskii on Life in France // Slavonic and East European Review. 2000. Vol. 78. N 4. P. 625 - 643.

 

155. Rayfield D. A Virgil to his Dante: Gide's Reception of Dostoevsky // Forum for Modern Language Studies. 2000. Vol. 34. N 4. P. 340 - 356.

 

156. . . " " / . . . . ., 2000.

 

2001

 

157. Jones M. V. Roman-Nevaliashka: Further Thoughts on the Structure of Dostoevsky's "Idiot" // Translating Culture: Essays in Honour of Erik Egeberg. Oslo, 2001. P. 129 - 139.

 

158. Dostoevsky and the Christian Tradition / Ed. by G. Pattison, D.O. Thompson. Cambridge, 2001:

 

Kirillova L. A. Dostoevsky's Markings in the Gospel according to St. John. P. 41 - 50.

 

Thompson D. O. Problems of the biblical word in Dostoevsky's poetics. P. 69 - 99.

 

Pyman A. Dostoevsky in the prism of the orthodox semiosphere. P. 103 - 115.

 

Johae A. Towards an iconography of "Crime and Punishment". P. 173 - 188.

 

Pattison G. Freedom's dangerous dialogue: reading Dostoevsky and Kierkegaard together. P. 237 - 256.

 

159. Peace R. "Khoziaka": Structure and Confusion // Translating Culture: Essays in Honour of Erik Egeberg. Oslo, 2001. P. 236 - 245.

 

160. . : " " // : . 2001. N16. . 24 - 42.

 

161. . " " "" // "": . ., 2001. . 28 - 39.

 

162. . . . "" // : , : , , . , 2001. . 3. . 382 - 390.

 

2002

 

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164. Brandist C. The Bakhtin Circle: Philosophy, Culture and Politics. London, 2002.

 

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179. Hudspith S.F. Dostoevsky and the Idea of Russianness: A New Perspective on Unity and Brotherhood. London; New York, 2004.

 

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187. Jones M. V. Dostoevsky and the Dynamics of Religious Experience. London, 2005.

 

188. Leatherbarrow W.J. A Devil's Vaudeville: The Demonic in Dostoevsky's Major Fiction. Evanston, 2005.

 

189. Leatherbarrow W.J. The Sorcerer's Apprentice: Authorship and the Devil in Dostoevskii's "Poor Folk" and "The Landlady" // Slavonic and East European Review. 2005. Vol. 83. N 4. P. 599 - 616.

 

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191. Dostoevsky F. Notes from the Underground / Transl. H. Aplin. London, 2006.

 

192. Fyodor Dostoevsky's "Crime and Punishment": A Casebook / Ed. by R. Peace. Oxford; New York, 2006.

 

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202. Andrew J. "Silent Witness": A Study of Male and Female Identity in "Krotkaja" // Literature and Beyond. Festschrift for Willem G. Weststeijn on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday. Amsterdam, 2008. Vol. LP. 21 - 36.

 

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206. Briggs K.J. How Dostoevsky Portrays Women in his Novels: A Feminist Analysis. Lampeter, 2009.

 

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Aizlewood R. "The Dream of a Ridiculous Man": Both Knowing and Not Knowing, and Questions of Philosophy. P. 167 - 186.

 

Andrew J. For Men Only? Dostoevskii's Patriarchal Vision in "The Brothers Karamazov". P. 187 - 240.

 

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