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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anna Mamaeva
Jewish Motif in Dostoevsky's Correspondence and Journalism
Philology
(Bachelor’s programme)
8
2019
The research on "Jewish Motif in Dostoevsky's Correspondence and Journalism" presents an analysis of references to Jews in Dostoevsky's letters and journalism and defines the significance of the Jewish theme in the writer's life. The research aims to determine how Dostoevsky's attitude to the Jewish question changed in different periods of his life: the period of the first literary works before his exile, the period of his return to the literary world and the acquisition of high status in society, the last period of his life and the publication of the "A Writer’s Diary", and what important issues of public life were significant for Dostoevsky in the context of the Jewish theme: economic, political, religious.

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