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Crime and Punishment (1866): Web Sources

A list of resources available through Truxal Library for researching Fyodor Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment

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Criticisms and Interpretations I. By Emile Melchoir, Vicomte de Vogüé
Critical essay from The Havard Classics Shelf of Fiction, Vol
XVIII

Criticisms and Interpretations II. By Kazimierz Waliszewski
Critical essay from The Havard Classics Shelf of Fiction, Vol XVIII

Criticisms and Interpretations III. From the London “Times”
Critical essay from The Havard Classics Shelf of Fiction, Vol XVIII

Criticisms and Interpretations IV. By Maurice Baring
Critical essay from The Havard Classics Shelf of Fiction, Vol XVIII

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Provided by Dr. Gary R. Jahn, Professor of Russian Language and Literature at the University of Minnesota

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