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FURTHER READING CRITICAL WORKS
Berdyaev, Nicholas. Dostoevsky. New York: The World Publishing Company, 1957. A series of essays on Dostoevsky and his world.
Frank, Joseph. The Seeds of Revolt. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1976.
_____. The Years of Ordeal. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1983. The first two volumes of a life of Dostoevsky, generally recognized as a definitive study.
Gide, Andre. Dostoevsky. New York: 1926. The French writer's interpretation of Dostoevsky's life and work.
Guerard, Albert J. The Triumph of the Novel. New York: Oxford University Press, 1976. A work of highly acclaimed scholarship by a well- known critic.
Ivanov, Vyacheslav. Freedom and the Tragic Life: A Study in Dostoevsky. New York: Farrar Straus & Co., Inc., 1952. A highly respected and very readable classic. -
Jackson, Robert L. Crime and Punishment: A Collection of Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs, 1983. A recent work, with several essays of interest.
Jackson, Robert L., ed. Twentieth Century Interpretations of Crime and Punishment. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1973. A valuable source of well known essays on the novel; part of a respected series of critical works for the general reader.
Margarshack, David. Dostoevsky. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1963. A good introduction to the novelist.
Modern Fiction Studies. IV: iii (Autumn, 1958). An entire issue devoted to Dostoevsky, including a full bibliography up to 1958.
Molchulsky, Konstantin. Dostoevsky: His Life and Work, translated by Michael A. Minihan. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1947. Many scholars consider this one of the best works on the novelist.
Simmons, Ernest J. Dostoevsky, the Making of a Novelist. New York: Vintage Books, 1940. A widely read and often quoted standard work.
Wasiolek, Edward, ed. Crime and Punishment and the Critics. San Francisco: Wadsworth, 1961.
_____, ed. The Notebooks for Crime and Punishment. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1974. The notebooks in which Dostoevsky recorded his plans for the novel.
_____. Dostoevsky: The Major Fiction. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1964. One of the most important critical works on the novelist. Important to any serious study of his work.
_____. "On the Structure of Crime and Punishment." PMLA LXXIV (March, 1959).
Wellek, Rene, ed. Dostoevsky: A Collection of Critical Essays. New York: Prentice Hall, 1962. Wide-ranging collection that includes Philip Rahv's article on Crime and Punishment.
Yarmolinsky, Avrahm. Dostoevsky: His Life and Art. New York: 1957. A general introduction relating his work and his life.