130 x 199 x 8mm
A Teach Yourself - Key Figures Beginner's Guide.
This book introduces you to the life and works of Dostoyevsky. Explore the range and versatility of this thought-provoking and compelling writer, focusing on his concern with writing as a means of understanding the human condition.
Rose Miller's lively text offers:
- an insight into the relationship between the writer's life and his work
- an exploration of characteristic features and recurrent themes in his writing
- an outline of some helpful critical approaches to his style
- an analysis of 'Crime And Punishment', 'The Idiot' and 'The Brothers'
The facts . . . the concepts . . . the ideas . . .