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by John Spiegel

  • Author: John Spiegel
  • ISBN: 1575910373
  • ISBN13: 978-1575910376
  • ePub: 1235 kb | FB2: 1384 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Susquehanna University Press (May 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 168
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Home Browse Books Book details, Dimensions of Laughter in Crime and Punishment. The present study offers new insights into the utilization of belletristic laughter not only in Crime and Punishment but also in the rest of Dostoevsky's major works

Home Browse Books Book details, Dimensions of Laughter in Crime and Punishment. Dimensions of Laughter in Crime and Punishment. By John (János) Spiegel. The present study offers new insights into the utilization of belletristic laughter not only in Crime and Punishment but also in the rest of Dostoevsky's major works. Additionally, it seeks to demonstrate that Dostoevsky's use of laughter bears a certain resemblance to the technique of other authors who employ laughter for artistic purposes - Leo Tolstoy, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Umberto Eco among them. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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The present study offers new insights into the utilization of belletristic laughter not only in Crime and Punishment .

The present study offers new insights into the utilization of belletristic laughter not only in Crime and Punishment but also in the rest of Dostoevsky's major works.

Spiegel explores how in one of his best known novels the 19th-century Russian author used laughter not only to flesh out characters but also to foreshadow and intensify events, highlight thematic and compositional parallels, influence the plot, and shape the novel's symbolic structure. As background show more. Format Hardback 168 pages. Dimensions 16. x 24. 5 x 1. 5mm 43. 1g. Publication date 01 May 2000. Publisher Associated University Presses.

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Bookmark Crime and Punishment manhwa and enjoy the latest updates. About Crime and Punishment Manga: Nisha is shocked when she meets her mother’s new boyfriend Perry, who’s come to punish Nisha for what she did to him in the past.

Crime and Punishment is a novel by the Russian author Fyodor Dostoevsky. It was later published in a single volume

Crime and Punishment is a novel by the Russian author Fyodor Dostoevsky. It was later published in a single volume. It is the second of Dostoevsky's full-length novels following his return from ten years of exile in Siberia. Crime and Punishment is considered the first great novel of his "mature" period of writing.

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She did not and could not read any further, closed the book and rose swiftly from her chair. It's all about the raising of Lazarus,' she whispered curtly and sternly and stood motionless, turning away from him, seemingly ashamed to lift her eyes towards him. Her feverish shaking had still not passed. The candle-end had been guttering for some time in the crooked holder, shedding a dull light, in this beggarly room, on the murderer and the harlot, who'd come together so strangely to read the eternal book. Five minutes passed, if not more

Spiegel explores how in one of his best known novels the 19th-century Russian author used laughter not only to flesh out characters but also to foreshadow and intensify events, highlight thematic and compositional parallels, influence the plot, and shape the novel's symbolic structure. As background