Dostoevsky and The Idea of Russianness: A New Perspective on Unity and Brotherhood
Routledge, 2004 - 240 strani
This book examines Dostoevsky's interest in, and engagement with, "Slavophilism" - a Russian mid-nineteenth century movement of conservative nationalist thought. It explores Dostoevsky's views, as expressed in both his non-fiction and fiction, on the religious, spiritual and moral ideas which he considered to be innately Russian. It concludes that Dostoevsky is an important successor to the Slavophiles, in that he developed their ideas in a more coherent fashion, broadening their moral and spiritual concerns into a more universal message about the true worth of Russia and her people.
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1 The Slavophile context
2 Dostoevskys ideological position with regard to the Slavophile movement
3 The dramatization in Dostoevskys fiction of themes found in Slavophile thought
Slavophile principles applied to the practice of writing
5 Concluding remarks
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