Great Short Works - Study Guide Book 1, The Short Stories : Chapter 1, Mr. Prohartchin & A Novel in Nine Letters Summary & Analysis

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There are 18 short stories in this collection of fiction works. The first of these is dated as having come from 1846 whereas the last in the group came out in 1877. The series of stories is preambled by a useful introduction. Dostoevsky is admittedly one of the greatest fiction writers the modern world has ever known, and a Russian. This set of stories has been translated into the English for us by Constance Garnett with full permission by the Macmillan Company, Publishers. The edition used for this summary came out in 1961 and is listed as the 6th printing of the book.

The first story is about a man named Semyon Ivanovitch Prohartchin, an elderly man living in shared housing. He is very vocal about the reality that...

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