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'a canny work of literature... "Notes" is still a work of modern literature; it still can kick' The New Yorker --The New Yorker
Russian author Doestoyevsky is renowned for his vital style of writing and timeless characters. An originator of Existentialism, he ingeniously depicted the social, political and economical conditions of Russia through the psychology of his characters.
There's nothing I can say about this book that hasn't already been said. This is a nice edition, it is compact, but the text size isn't difficult to read.Published 7 months ago by Nick P.
I love this book but beware, the translation is pretty poor on the one I bought (SoHo Books - unknown translator).Published 8 months ago by Johnny B
HELP PLS! Can anyone tell me who did the translation please? Sorry - if it's there I can't find. Read that P&V not the better translation so have discounted both other versions. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Xenno
Definitely Dostoyevsky! Dark. Great read! If you like Dostoyevsky, I do recommend.Published 13 months ago by Candice