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Notes from [the] Underground by Fyodor Dostoyevsky 21:355:102: Find Books

Guide to the Dostoyevsky work for English 102 students



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Note that Dostoyevsky's name was originally written in the Russian (Cyrillic) alphabet and can also be transliterated as Dostoevsky, Dostoevskii, and probably many others. The spelling used throughout this guide is from the Library of Congress Subject Headings:

      Religion and literature and Russia -- WORDS anywhere (This is a keyword search.)


      Simmel Georg -- WORDS anywhere (This is a keyword search.  Simmel is a sociologist who discussed metropolitanism.)

          Chernyshevsky-- WORDS anywhere (This is a keyword search.)

          Narration (Rhetoric) and novel -- WORDS anywhere

          Nihilism -- SUBJECT keyword

          Outsiders in literature -- SUBJECT keyword

          Heroes in literature -- SUBJECT keyword

          Love Psychological aspects -- SUBJECT keyword

Existentialism -- SUBJECT begins with

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques -- SUBJECT begins with

      Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881 criticism and interpretation -- SUBJECT begins with (Note that this is the author's name as a  subject. This way you find items about the author.)

Boredom in literature -- SUBJECT begins with

Russian fiction--19th century--History and criticism -- SUBJECT begins with

Nineteenth-Century Literature -- PERIODICAL TITLE begins with

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