Fyodor Dostoevsky Writing Styles in Great Short Works

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The general point of view is nineteenth century Russian adult male. Within this perspective, each of Dostoyevsky's works has one or more individualized variations on this same basic point-of-view. The English speaking woman translator has made herself as invisible as possible so as to not mar the original work with her presence. The Russian adult male is assumed to be an emotional creature although the way that feelings are expressed and felt may not identical to those of females. Russian men are assumed to have faced 'feminism' or the flagrant and outspoken desire on the part of the Russian women to be treated equally to men, although women remain different from men.

Dostoevsky's men are also typically not wealthy: often enough they are financially poor, but he does also have writings that include wealthier men. There seems to be more than one reason for people to...

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