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by David Zane Mairowitz

  • Author: David Zane Mairowitz
  • ISBN: 0955816947
  • ISBN13: 978-0955816949
  • ePub: 1723 kb | FB2: 1965 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Selfmadehero; UK ed. edition (October 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 128
  • Rating: 4.5/5
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David Zane Mairowitz is an author, playwright, radio director and translator. A professional freelance writer for 40 years, he has published numerous books, including the successful Introducing Kafka (with Robert Crumb), Introducing Camus, and Wilhelm Reich for Beginners. His articles have appeared in Harper's, Vogue, Plays and Players, The Village Voice, The Progressive and The Sunday Times.

David Zane Mairowitz (born 1943 in New York City, United States), is a writer. He has written radio dramas, graphic novels, and nonfiction books & essays. Mairowitz studied English Literature and Philosophy at Hunter College, New York; and Drama. Mairowitz studied English Literature and Philosophy at Hunter College, New York; and Drama at the University of California, Berkeley. In 1966 he immigrated to England, where he worked as a freelance writer. Since 1982 he has resided in southern France. The Law Circus (1969), a play.

Crime and Punishment. by David Zane Mairowitz and Fyodor Dostoyevsky. This graphic adaptation of "Crime and Punishment" masterfully illuminates Dostoevsky's psychological thriller. Acclaimed French artist Alain Korkos vividly brings to life the mental anguish and moral dilemmas that plague Raskolnikov, a poor St. Petersburg student who murders a miserly pawnbroker.

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David Zane Mairowitz is an author, playwright, radio director and translator. He previously worked with David Zane Mairowitz on the graphic novel Introducing Camus, part of the best-selling Icon Books series.

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Items related to Crime and Punishment (Illustrated Classics). It might seem like an impossible task to cram such a heady work as Dostoevsky’s powerhouse crime novel into a graphic novel, but Mairowitz and Korkos have managed a fairly successful interpretation. Dostoevsky, Fyodor; Mairowitz, David Zane Crime and Punishment (Illustrated Classics). ISBN 13: 9781411415942. Crime and Punishment (Illustrated Classics). They set the action in present-day Russia, which leads to some surprisingly clever allusions, but apart from that, they keep fairly close to the plot of the original, a strategy that creates some definite sticking points.

'Crime and Punishment', masterfully adapted in this graphic novel, explores the mental anguish and moral dilemmas of Raskolnikov, a poor St Petersburg student who murders a miserly pawnbroker.