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Biography and works: How did the author and his characters use to entertain themselves in theaters, at dance parties and concerts, in fancy-dress and dancing classes? Text as biography: Is it possible to make sense of a chronological mess of Dostoevsky's notebooks? Dostoevsky's Graphology: How do the alphabet lettering and numbering help the author's handwriting? Around Dostoevsky: What did Dostoevsky look like in the correspondence between E. A. Stackenschneider and Ya. P. Polonsky? Successful commerce: Why did a creditor become a memoirist? Travelling in company of a genius: What did Dostoevsky do in Boston in 2019? Siberia and Dostoevsky's penal labour: What was the attitude of the Poles towards the members of the Petrashevsky Circle?

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B. N. Tikhomirov
Dostoevsky and His Characters in Theatre Chairs, at Concerts and in Amusement Facilities, 1837–1849 (from the Materials for the Encyclopedic Reference Book “Petersburg of Dostoevsky”)
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M. V. Zavarkina
The Problems of the Chronological Attribution of “the Third” Notebook of F. M. Dostoevsky
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M. V. Zavarkina, T. V. Panyukova, N. A. Tarasova
Graphical Peculiarities of Dostoevsky’s Manuscripts: Based on the Materials of the Notebooks and Workbooks of the Years 1862–1865
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A. V. Indzinskaya
Fedor Dostoevsky in the Correspondence of Elena Stackenschneider with Jakov Polonsky
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O. A. Sosnovskaya
Memoirist L. F. Panteleev — Publisher and Creditor of F. M. Dostoevsky
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I. S. Andrianova
Dostoevsky in Boston: XVII Symposium of the International Dostoevsky Society
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E. G. Novikova
Following F. M. Dostoevsky’s Ways: the Poles in Siberia The Review of the Book Travels from Dostoevsky’s Siberia. Encounters with Polish Literary Exiles / by Elizabeth A. Blake (Boston 2019)
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