№ 3, 2020 year

Dostoevsky's autograph: What oath did he take in 1841? Debut of a genius: Why did Belinsky call himself a “donkey squared,” but the critics did not understand and still do not understand the genius of "The Double"? Review of criticism: What are the prospects of studying Dostoevsky’s decade in Siberia? Photo biography: What does the retouch on portraits conceal? What story do the Museum funds tell? Comment: Were the novels of the French writer Ponson du Terrail the source of the criminal plot in The Raw Youth? Forced compromise: Should the author’s text in The Brothers Karamazov be restored? Restless family: Where did Dostoevsky's Siberian relatives come from?

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B. N. Tikhomirov
I, the Undernamed Fedor Dostoevsky... (Oath of Service Loyalty, August 20, 1841)
Views: 1322; Downloads: 73;

5 - 19
O. V. Zakharova
Donkey Squared, or Who First Called Dostoevsky a Genius?
Views: 1249; Downloads: 71;

20 - 30
V. N. Zakharov
The Brilliance of The Double: Why Don’t Critics Understand Dostoevsky?
Views: 1467; Downloads: 116;

31 - 53
E. Y. Safronova
F. M. Dostoevsky’s Siberian Text: Problems and Perspectives
Views: 4474; Downloads: 69;

54 - 96
P. E. Fokin
Four Portraits, No Retouching
Views: 1237; Downloads: 58;

97 - 113
M. A. Zusmanovich, P. E. Fokin
F. M. Dostoevsky: Biography in Photographs
Views: 1319; Downloads: 73;

114 - 148
V. V. Borisova, S. S. Shaulov
“The Jack of Hearts Club” in F. M. Dostoevsky’s novel The Raw Youth
Views: 1410; Downloads: 99;

149 - 165
B. N. Tikhomirov
“Hysterical Shrieks of the Cherubim” (Concerning a Textual Incident in the History of the Text of The Brothers Karamazov)
Views: 1263; Downloads: 56;

166 - 174
T. V. Panyukova
“A Rare Creature, in Mind, in Heart, in Character” (a Relative of Dostoevsky From Siberia)
Views: 1262; Downloads: 55;

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