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The brothers Karamazov : backgrounds and sources : essays in criticism

In 1880 Dostoevsky completed The Brothers Karamazov, the literary effort for which he had been preparing all his life. Compelling, profound, complex, it is the story of a patricide and of the four sons who each had a motive for murder: Dmitry, the sensualist, Ivan, the intellectual; Alyosha, the mystic; and twisted, cunning Smerdyakov, the bastard child. Frequently lurid, nightmarish, always brilliant, the novel plunges the reader into a sordid love triangle, a pathological obsession, and a gripping courtroom drama. But throughout the whole, Dostoevsky searhes for the truth--about man, about life, about the existence of God. A terrifying answer to man's eternal questions, this monumental work remains the crowning achievement of perhaps the finest novelist of all time.

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  • "Brothers Karamazov"
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  • "Kalamazuofu xiongdi"
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  • "Cliffs Notes on Dostoevsky's The brothers Karamazov"@en
  • "A doll's house"
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  • "Novels of Fyodor Dostoevsky: The brothers Karamazov"
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  • "Literature Online includes the KnowledgeNotes student guides, a unique collection of critical introductions to major literary works. These high-quality, peer-reviewed academic resources are tailored to the needs of literature students and serve as a complement to the guidance provided by lecturers and seminar teachers."
  • "The story of a patricide and of the four sons who each had a motive for murder: Dmitry, the sensualist; Ivan, the intellectual; Alyosha, the mystic; and twisted, cunning Smerdyakov, the bastard child."
  • "In 1880 Dostoevsky completed The Brothers Karamazov, the literary effort for which he had been preparing all his life. Compelling, profound, complex, it is the story of a patricide and of the four sons who each had a motive for murder: Dmitry, the sensualist, Ivan, the intellectual; Alyosha, the mystic; and twisted, cunning Smerdyakov, the bastard child. Frequently lurid, nightmarish, always brilliant, the novel plunges the reader into a sordid love triangle, a pathological obsession, and a gripping courtroom drama. But throughout the whole, Dostoevsky searhes for the truth--about man, about life, about the existence of God. A terrifying answer to man's eternal questions, this monumental work remains the crowning achievement of perhaps the finest novelist of all time."@en
  • "Fyodor Karamazov is an angry and petty man of mean intelligence who, over the course of two marriages, sires three sons. Dimitri (Mitya) is the eldest son of his first marriage; Ivan (Vanya) and Alexey (Alyosha) are the children of his second wife. Fyodor is also the suspected parent of the illegitimate Smerdyakov, who lives as his servant. The brothers Karamazov could not be more different, and each of their personal philosophies, histories, and stories intertwine as they face an investigation into the murder of their infamous father. The Brothers Karamazov was the last novel published by Fyodor Dostoyevsky and was released only four months before his death at the age of fifty-nine. This philosophical novel deals with concepts of religion, ethics, reason, and reality and has become one of the most widely-praised books of all time with admirers such as Albert Einstein, Kurt Vonnegut, Sigmund Freud, and Franz Kafka. HarperPerennial Classics brings great works of literature to life in digital format, upholding the highest standards in ebook production and celebrating reading in all its forms. Look for more titles in the HarperPerennial Classics collection to build your digital library."@en
  • "In 1880 Dostoevsky completed The Brothers Karamazov, the literary effort for which he had been preparing all his life. Compelling, profound, complex, it is the story of a patricide and of the four sons who each had a motive for murder: Dmitry, the sensualist, Ivan, the intellectual; Alyosha, the mystic; and twisted, cunning Smerdyakov, the bastard child. Frequently lurid, nightmarish, always brilliant, the novel plunges the reader into a sordid love triangle, a pathological obsession, and a gripping courtroom drama. But throughout the whole, Dostoevsky searhes for the truth--about man, about life, about the existence of God. A terrifying answer to man's eternal questions, this monumental work remains the crowning achievement of perhaps the finest novelist of all time.From the Paperback edition."@en
  • "An illustrated synopsis of Dostoyevsky's novel The brothers Karamazov."
  • "The Brothers Karamazov, Dostoevsky's crowning achievement, is a tale of patricide & family rivalry that embodies the moral & spiritual dissolution of an entire society (Russia in the 1870s). It created a national furor comparable only to the excitement stirred by the publication, in 1866, of Crime & Punishment. To Dostoevsky, The Brothers Karamazov captured the quintessence of Russian character in all its exaltation, compassion, & profligacy. Significantly, the book was on Tolstoy's bedside table when he died. Readers in every language have since accepted Dostoevsky's own evaluation of this work & have gone further by proclaiming it one of the few great novels of all ages & countries. "The Brothers Karamazov stands as the culmination of Dostoevsky's art--his last, longest, richest, & most capacious book," said The Washington Post Book World. "Nothing is outside Dostoevsky's province," observed Virginia Woolf. "Out of Shakespeare there is no more exciting reading." The Modern Library has played a significant role in American cultural life for the better part of a century. The series was founded in 1917 by the publishers Boni & Liveright & eight years later acquired by Bennett Cerf & Donald Klopfer. It provided the foun-dation for their next publishing venture, Random House. The Modern Library has been a staple of the American book trade, providing readers with affordable hard-bound editions of important works of liter-ature & thought. For the Modern Library's seventy-fifth anniversary, Random House redesigned the series, restoring as its emblem the running torchbearer created by Lucian Bernhard in 1925 & refurbishing jackets, bindings, & type, as well as inau-gurating a new program of selecting titles. The Modern Library continues to provide the world's best books, at the best prices."@en
  • "The Brothers Karamazov, Dostoevsky's crowning achievement, is a tale of patricide & family rivalry that embodies the moral & spiritual dissolution of an entire society (Russia in the 1870s). It created a national furor comparable only to the excitement stirred by the publication, in 1866, of Crime & Punishment. To Dostoevsky, The Brothers Karamazov captured the quintessence of Russian character in all its exaltation, compassion, & profligacy. Significantly, the book was on Tolstoy's bedside table when he died. Readers in every language have since accepted Dostoevsky's own evaluation of this work & have gone further by proclaiming it one of the few great novels of all ages & countries. "The Brothers Karamazov stands as the culmination of Dostoevsky's art--his last, longest, richest, & most capacious book," said The Washington Post Book World. "Nothing is outside Dostoevsky's province," observed Virginia Woolf. "Out of Shakespeare there is no more exciting reading." The Modern Library has played a significant role in American cultural life for the better part of a century. The series was founded in 1917 by the publishers Boni & Liveright & eight years later acquired by Bennett Cerf & Donald Klopfer. It provided the foun-dation for their next publishing venture, Random House. The Modern Library has been a staple of the American book trade, providing readers with affordable hard-bound editions of important works of liter-ature & thought. For the Modern Library's seventy-fifth anniversary, Random House redesigned the series, restoring as its emblem the running torchbearer created by Lucian Bernhard in 1925 & refurbishing jackets, bindings, & type, as well as inau-gurating a new program of selecting titles. The Modern Library continues to provide the world's best books, at the best prices."
  • "Concerned with the three sons of an old drunkard: Ivan, the materialist, Alyosha, the lovable young mystic, and Mitya, tried and falsely convicted for murdering his father."@en
  • "The Brothers Karamazov is a passionate philosophical novel that enters deeply into the ethical debates of God, free will, and morality. It is a spiritual drama of moral struggles concerning faith, doubt, and reason, set against a modernizing Russia. Dostoyevsky composed much of the novel in Staraya Russa, which is also the main setting of the novel."@en
  • "After spending four years in a Siberian penal settlement, during which time he underwent a religious conversion, Dostoevsky developed a keen ability for deep character analysis. In "The Brothers Karamazov", he explores human nature at its most loathsome and cruel but never flinches at what he finds. "The Brothers Karamazov" tells the stirring tale of four brothers: the pleasure-seeking, impatient Dmitri; the brilliant and morose Ivan; the gentle, loving and honest Alyosha; and the illegitimate Smerdyakov: shy, silent, and cruel. The four unite in the murder of one of literature's most despicable characters, their father. This was Dostoevsky's final and best work."
  • "After spending four years in a Siberian penal settlement, during which time he underwent a religious conversion, Dostoevsky developed a keen ability for deep character analysis. In "The Brothers Karamazov", he explores human nature at its most loathsome and cruel but never flinches at what he finds. "The Brothers Karamazov" tells the stirring tale of four brothers: the pleasure-seeking, impatient Dmitri; the brilliant and morose Ivan; the gentle, loving and honest Alyosha; and the illegitimate Smerdyakov: shy, silent, and cruel. The four unite in the murder of one of literature's most despicable characters, their father. This was Dostoevsky's final and best work."@en
  • "A drama focusing on the volatile relationship between three brothers and their father, who reunite after being separated since childhood. Each brother represents a different aspect of the Russian people: Dmitiri is unrestrained in love, hatred, jealousy, and generosity; Ivan is an intellectual who gives impromptu speeches about good and evil; and Alyosha is patient, good, and loving, even in the face of adversity."
  • "A drama focusing on the volatile relationship between three brothers and their father, who reunite after being separated since childhood. Each brother represents a different aspect of the Russian people: Dmitiri is unrestrained in love, hatred, jealousy, and generosity; Ivan is an intellectual who gives impromptu speeches about good and evil; and Alyosha is patient, good, and loving, even in the face of adversity."@en
  • "Dostoevsky's last and greatest novel, The Karamazov Brothers (1880) is both a brilliantly told crime story and a passionate philosophical debate. The dissolute landowner Fyodor Pavlovich Karamazov is murdered; his sons - the atheist intellectual Ivan, the hot-blooded Dmitry, and the saintly novice Alyosha - are all at some level involved. Bound up with this intense family drama is Dostoevsky's exploration of many deeply felt ideas about the existence of God, the question of human freedom, the collective nature of guilt, the disatrous consequences of rationalism. The novel is also richly comic."@en
  • "The story of three very different brothers following the murder of their barbaric father."@en
  • "The story of three very different brothers following the murder of their barbaric father."
  • "A murder mystery, a courtroom drama, and an exploration of rivalry in a series of triangular love affairs involving the wicked and the sentimental."@en
  • "Story of three sons of a drunkard: Ivan, a materialist, Alyosha, a mystic, and Mitya, tried and convicted for murdering their father."
  • "The violent lives of three sons are exposed when their father is murdered and each one attempts to come to terms with his guilt."
  • "Intended to be the first part of a huge epic story called 'The life of a great sinner' (the author sadly died before he could continue with the series), this fascinating book struggles with deep issues such as crises of faith and reason, and dealing with the modernisation of Russia."
  • ""A story which was to have been Dostoevskii's masterpiece but only the first part of which was completed at his death. The brothers Karamazov are the three sons of an old drunkard and sensualist: Ivan, the materialist, Alyosia, the very human and lovable young mystic, and dissolute, impecunious Mitya, tried and convicted for murdering his father ..." Cleveland."@en
  • "Dostoyevsky was the son of an impoverished nobleman of Lithuanian origin. born in 1821 in Moscow, where his father held the post of resident doctor at a charity hospital. The family had small living quarters on the hospital grounds, and Fyodor became acquainted at an early age with misery, misfortune and death. Doctor Dostoyevsky, authoritarian and morose, believed in old fashioned discipline and strict religious upbringing, and Fyodor's childhood was a rather depressing one. He lost his mother at 16, at which age he was entered in the School of Military Engineers in St. Petersburg. In the extraordinary world in which the sublime and the melodramatic, the pathological and the sound, the intuitive and the cerebral are blended in a unique amalgam, The Brothers Karamazov, Dostoyevsky's last novel, occupies a place all its own. Written when he was almost sixty and published in 1880, shortly before his death, it is not only the most mature and complete of his great works but undoubtedly also one of the most representative, since it sums up all his ideas and typifies all the achievements of his art. The Brothers Karamazov encompasses a variety of characters from many strata of Czarisrt society ... aristocrats, serfs, monks, women of the people, intellectuals, officials which offers a veritable panorama of Russian life in the late 19th century."
  • "The Brothers Karamazov, his last and greatest novel, published just before his death in 1881, chronicles the bitter love-hate struggle between the outsized Fyodor Karamazov and his three very different sons. It is above all the story of a murder, told with hair-raising intellectual clarity and a feeling for the human condition unsurpassed in world literature."@en
  • ""The Brothers Karamazov is the final novel by the Russian author Fyodor Dostoyevsky, and is generally considered the culmination of his life's work. Dostoyevsky spent nearly two years writing The Brothers Karamazov, which was published as a serial in The Russian Messenger and completed in November 1880. Dostoyevsky intended it to be the first part in an epic story titled The Life of a Great Sinner, but he died less than four months after its publication. The book portrays a patricide in which each of the murdered man's sons share varying degrees of complicity. On a deeper level, it is a spiritual drama of moral struggles concerning faith, doubt, reason, free will and modern Russia. Dostoyevsky composed much of the novel in Staraya Russa, which is also the main setting of the novel. Since its publication, it has been acclaimed all over the world by thinkers as diverse as Sigmund Freud and Albert Einstein as one of the supreme achievements in literature.""@en
  • "A tale of murder, betrayal, sacrifice, tragedy, and glory centering on the murder of Fyodor Pavlovitch Karamazov, a corrupt landowner."
  • "A tale of murder, betrayal, sacrifice, tragedy, and glory centering on the murder of Fyodor Pavlovitch Karamazov, a corrupt landowner."@en
  • "Roman over de drie zoons van een Russische grootgrondbezitter, die een beeld geeft van het Russische volkskarakter en het leven in het 19e eeuwse Rusland."
  • "A remarkable work showing the author's power to depict Russian character and his understanding of human nature."
  • "A remarkable work showing the author's power to depict Russian character and his understanding of human nature."@en
  • "The violent and vengeful lives of four sons are exposed when their despicable father is murdered, and each man struggles to come to terms with the guilt over his involvement in the crime."@en
  • "Driven by intense, uncontrollable emotions of rage and revenge, the four Karamazov brothers all become involved in the brutal murder of their despicable father."@en
  • "Driven by intense, uncontrollable emotions of rage and revenge, the four Karamazov brothers all become involved in the brutal murder of their despicable father."
  • "The last and greatest of Dostoevsky's novels, The Brothers Karamazov is a towering masterpiece of literature, philosophy, psychology, and religion. It tells the story of intellectual Ivan, sensual Dmitri, and idealistic Alyosha Karamazov, who collide in the wake of their despicable father's brutal murder. Into the framework of the story Dostoevsky poured all of his deepest concerns -- the origin of evil, the nature of freedom, the craving for meaning and, most importantly, whether or not God exists. The novel is particularly famous for three chapters that rank among the greatest pages of Western literature: "Rebellion" and "The Grand Inquisitor" present what many have considered the strongest arguments ever formulated against the existence of God, while "The Devil" brilliantly portrays the banality of evil. Ultimately, Dostoevsky believes that Christ-like love prevails. But does he prove it? A rich, moving exploration of critical human questions, The Brothers Karamazov challenges all readers to reevaluate the world and their place in it."@en
  • "The last and greatest of Dostoevsky's novels, The Brothers Karamazov is a towering masterpiece of literature, philosophy, psychology, and religion. It tells the story of intellectual Ivan, sensual Dmitri, and idealistic Alyosha Karamazov, who collide in the wake of their despicable father's brutal murder. Into the framework of the story Dostoevsky poured all of his deepest concerns -- the origin of evil, the nature of freedom, the craving for meaning and, most importantly, whether or not God exists. The novel is particularly famous for three chapters that rank among the greatest pages of Western literature: "Rebellion" and "The Grand Inquisitor" present what many have considered the strongest arguments ever formulated against the existence of God, while "The Devil" brilliantly portrays the banality of evil. Ultimately, Dostoevsky believes that Christ-like love prevails. But does he prove it? A rich, moving exploration of critical human questions, The Brothers Karamazov challenges all readers to reevaluate the world and their place in it."
  • "The Brothers Karamazov is a towering masterpiece of literature, philosophy, psychology, and religion. It tells the story of intellectual Ivan, sensual Dmitri, and idealistic Alyosha Karamazov, who collide in the wake of their despicable father's brutal murder. Into the framework of the story Dostoevsky poured all of his deepest concerns - the origin of evil, the nature of freedom, the craving for meaning, and, most importantly, whether or not God exists. The novel is particularly famous for three chapters that rank among the greates pages of Western literature : "Rebellion" and "The Grand Inquisitor" present what many have considered the strongest arguments ever formulated against the existence of God, while "The Devil" brilliantly portrays the banality of evil. Ultimately, Dostoevsky believes that Christ-like love prevails. But does he prove it? A rich, moving exploration of the critical questions of human existence, The Brothers Karamazov powerfuly challenges all readers to reevaluate the world and their place in it. --from inside jacket."
  • "A new translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky. This acclaimed new English version of Dostoevsky's last novel does justice to all its levels of artistry and intention."@en
  • "The story of three brothers, one of whom murders his father, while another is convicted of the crime on circumstantial evidence; but the dominating theme of the novel is the brothers' search for God."
  • "The violent and vengeful lives of three sons are exposed when their despicable father is murdered, and each man struggles to come to terms with the guilt over his involvement in the crime."@en
  • "Presents the story of a patricide in which the murdered man's sons share varying degrees of complicity and depicts the search for truth--about man, about life, about the existence of God. (Calmar Campus also has this title in audiobook format.)."@en
  • "Four brothers plot murder to get their father's inheritance."@en
  • "The story of the lives of three sons of an old drunkard are used to depict Russian character and investigate the concepts of good, evil, and faith."
  • "The story of the lives of three sons of an old drunkard are used to depict Russian character and investigate the concepts of good, evil, and faith."@en
  • "A translation of nineteenth-century Russian author Fyodor Dostoyevsky's novel in which the four sons of Fyodor Karamazov, a man of immoral character, must contend with a criminal investigation and with their own inner questions about justice and the existence of God after they are involved in their father's murder."
  • "Fyodor Dostoevsky's last and greatest work, tells the tales the three brothers and their father Fyodor. It is, among many other things, a tale of patricide--a love-hate struggle with profound psychological and spiritual implications. It is a search for faith, for God--driven by intense, uncontrollable emotions of rage and revenge."
  • "Dostoyevsky's classic novel of love and murder--Cover."
  • "THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV ARE THE THREE SONS OF AN OLD DRUNKARD & SENSUALIST; IVAN, THE MATERIALIST, ALYOSHA, THE VERY HUMAN AND LOVABLE YOUNG MYSTIC, AND DISSOLUTE, IMPECUNIOUS MITYA, TRIED AND CONVICTED FOR MURDERING HIS FATHER."@en
  • "Dostoyevsky's famous and well-regarded 1880 novel, The Brothers Karamazov, is a tale of bitter family rivalries. Three brothers live in a small, typical Russian town. Their father, a selfish, cunning, lascivious figure with little love for them, tries to maintain his control over them and anyone who comes within his orbit. The roots of dissent, unhappiness, hope, ambition and desire run deep in this community as everywhere, and Dostoyevsky brings them to the fore with an unexpected death."@en
  • "What is free will? Is redemption possible? Can logic help us answer moral questions? Renowned Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoyevsky tackles all of these topics and many more in this remarkable novel, widely regarded as one of the classic masterpieces of literature. Follow the Karamazov family through the travails that transpire after the murder of their father, and expand your intellectual horizons with a work that celebrated thinkers such as Einstein, Freud ..."@en
  • "A remarkable work showing the author's power to depict Russian character and his understanding of human nature. Driven by intense, uncontrollable emotions of rage and revenge, the four Karamazov brothers all become involved in the brutal murder of their despicable father."
  • "A remarkable work showing the author's power to depict Russian character and his understanding of human nature. Driven by intense, uncontrollable emotions of rage and revenge, the four Karamazov brothers all become involved in the brutal murder of their despicable father."@en
  • "The stirring tale of four brothers: the pleasure-seeking, impatient Dmitri; the brillian and morose Ivan; the gentle, loving, and honest Alyosha; and the illegitimate Smerdyakov: shy, silent and cruel. The four unite in the murder of one of literature's most despicable characters -- their father."@en
  • "Dostoevsky's tale of patricide and family rivalry that embodies the moral and spiritual dissolution of an entire society, Russia in the 1870s."

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  • "Bratʹi︠a︡ Karamazovy <engl.&gt"
  • "The brothers Karamazov : backgrounds and sources : essays in criticism"@en
  • "Bracia Karamazow powieść w czterech częściach z epilogiem"@pl
  • "Barādarān-i Kārāmazuf"
  • "The Brothers Karamazov"
  • "The Brothers Karamazov"@en
  • "The Brothers Karamazov : Constance Garnett translation"@en
  • "Anh em nhà Karamazôp"
  • "The Brothers Karamazov : the Constance Garnett translation revised by Ralph E. Matlaw : backgrounds and sources, essays in criticism"
  • "Anh em nhà Caramazov"
  • "カラマーゾフの兄弟"
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  • "The brothers Karamazov : the Constance Garnett translation revised by Ralph Matlaw [with] backgrounds and sources [and] essays in criticism"@en
  • "The Karamazov brothers"
  • "The Karamazov brothers"@en
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  • "The Karamazov Brothers"
  • "The Karamazov Brothers"@en
  • "برادران کارامازوف"
  • "卡拉馬佐夫兄弟 / (上)"
  • "The brothers karamazov"
  • "The brothers karamazov"@en
  • "Bracia Karamazow : powieść w czterech częściach z epilogeim"
  • "The brothers Karamazov [by] Fyodor Dostoevsky"
  • "The brothers Karamazov [by] Fyodor Dostoevsky"@en
  • "Barādarān-i Kārāmāzuf"
  • "Barādarān-i Kārāmāzūf"
  • "Kalamazuofu xiong di = KALAMAZUOFUXIONGDI"
  • "Brødrene Karamasov roman"
  • "Brothers Karamazov : selections"@en
  • "The brothers Karamazov in two volumes"@en
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  • "The brothers Karamazov : backgrounds and sources, essays in criticism"
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  • "Bracia Karamazow : powieść w czterech cześ̨ciach z epilogiem"
  • "Brødrene Karamassof"
  • "Brødrene Karamassof"@da
  • "The brothers Karamazov : [novel]"
  • "Bracia Karamazow : powieść w czterech cześciach z epilogiem"
  • "Bracia Karamazow : powieść"
  • "卡拉马佐夫兄弟"
  • "The brothers Karamazov"@en
  • "The brothers Karamazov"
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  • "Karamazofu no kyōdai"@ja
  • "Karamazov Brothers"
  • "Bratʹi︠a︡ Karamazovy"@en
  • "Ka la ma zuo fu xiong di"
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  • "Brødrene Karamasov : I - III"@da
  • "Bracia Karamazow powieść w czterech cześciach z epilogiem"
  • "The brothers Karamazov : a play!"@en
  • "Bracia Karamazow : Powieść w czterech czȩściach z epilogiem"
  • "The Brothers Karamazov : a new translation by Andrew R. MacAndrew : introductory essay by Konstantin Mochulsky"@en
  • "The brothers Karamazov = Bratia Karamazovy. English"@en
  • "Bracia Karamazow"
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  • "Karamazofu no kyodai"@ja
  • "Brødrene Karamasov. Roman"
  • "The Brothers Karamazov : vol. I"
  • "Brødrene Karamasov. Overs.af Ejnar Thomasen. Omsl.af Ole Vedel"@da
  • "The brothers Karamazov Student guide"
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  • "Brothers Karamazov"@en
  • "Brothers Karamazov"
  • "The brothers Karamazov : the Constance Garnett translation revised by Ralph E. Matlaw : backgrounds and sources, essays in critcism"
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  • "カラマゾフの兄弟"
  • "Bracia Karamazowy"
  • "Bracia Karamazow : powieść w czterech częściach z epilogiem"@pl
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  • "卡拉马佐夫兄弟 = KALAMAZUOFUXIONGDI"
  • "Brødrene Karamasov : Roman"
  • "The brothers Karamazov : [by] Fyodor Dostoevsky"@en
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  • "The brothers Karamazov. Translated by Constance Garnett"
  • "Bracia Karamazow, Powieść"
  • "Brødrene Karamasov"
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  • "The brothers Karamazov : notes"@en
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