Notes on contributors; Chronology; Editor's note; Introduction W. J. Leatherbarrow; 1. Dostoevskii and the Russian folk heritage Faith Wigzell; 2. Dostoevskii and literature W. J. Leatherbarrow; 3. Dostoevskii as a professional writer William Mills Todd; 4. Dostoevskii and money Boris Christa; 5. Dostoevskii as an Intelligent Derek Offord; 6. Dostoevskii and psychology Robert L. Belknap; 7. Dostoevskii and religion Malcolm V. Jones; 8. Dostoevskii and the family Susanne Fusso; 9. Dostoevskii and science Dianne Oenning Thompson; 10. Conclusion Gary Saul Morson.
Dimensions of Dostoevskii's writing and life are explored in this collection of specially commissioned essays.
William J. Leatherbarrow is Professor of Russian at the University of Sheffield. He is the author of many books and articles on Dostoevskii.
'This collection fully equals the earlier publications in this widely respected series.' Contemporary Review 'Indispensable for all those teaching or studying Dostoevskii.' Rusistika 'Professor Leatherbarrow deserves congratulation as well as the thanks of students and scholars for producing such a useful and stimulating volume. It will doubtless join his other works on many a reading list.' Arnold McMillin, Slavonic & East European Review