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This book contains the complete novels of Fyodor Dostoyevsky in the chronological order of their original publication. [1846] Poor Folk [1846] The Double [1849] Netochka Nezvanova [1859] The Village of Stepanchikovo [1859] Uncle's Dream [1861] The Insulted and the Injured [1862] The House of the Dead [1864] Notes from Underground [1866] Crime and Punishment [1866] The Gambler This book contains the complete novels of Fyodor Dostoyevsky in the chronological order of their original publication. [1846] Poor Folk [1846] The Double [1849] Netochka Nezvanova [1859] The Village of Stepanchikovo [1859] Uncle's Dream [1861] The Insulted and the Injured [1862] The House of the Dead [1864] Notes from Underground [1866] Crime and Punishment [1866] The Gambler [1869] The Idiot [1870] The Eternal Husband [1872] Demons [1875] The Adolescent [1880] The Brothers Karamazov


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This book contains the complete novels of Fyodor Dostoyevsky in the chronological order of their original publication. [1846] Poor Folk [1846] The Double [1849] Netochka Nezvanova [1859] The Village of Stepanchikovo [1859] Uncle's Dream [1861] The Insulted and the Injured [1862] The House of the Dead [1864] Notes from Underground [1866] Crime and Punishment [1866] The Gambler This book contains the complete novels of Fyodor Dostoyevsky in the chronological order of their original publication. [1846] Poor Folk [1846] The Double [1849] Netochka Nezvanova [1859] The Village of Stepanchikovo [1859] Uncle's Dream [1861] The Insulted and the Injured [1862] The House of the Dead [1864] Notes from Underground [1866] Crime and Punishment [1866] The Gambler [1869] The Idiot [1870] The Eternal Husband [1872] Demons [1875] The Adolescent [1880] The Brothers Karamazov

30 review for Fyodor Dostoyevsky: The Complete Novels (Centaur Classics)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lara16

    I read The Eternal Husband from this collection. This a masterpiece of exploring psyche of the two characters. Essentially, the betrayed husband and the betraying ‘friend.’ It is like a volcano of human emotion boiling till the moment of eruption. Dostoyevsky takes us into the inner most workings of the two minds. One trying to reconcile with his own reality and the other trying to extract some sort of sense in his own senseless pursuit. The gravitation of Pavlovitch towards Velchaninov is contr I read The Eternal Husband from this collection. This a masterpiece of exploring psyche of the two characters. Essentially, the betrayed husband and the betraying ‘friend.’ It is like a volcano of human emotion boiling till the moment of eruption. Dostoyevsky takes us into the inner most workings of the two minds. One trying to reconcile with his own reality and the other trying to extract some sort of sense in his own senseless pursuit. The gravitation of Pavlovitch towards Velchaninov is contradictory and humiliating yet he keeps on playing second fiddle, to my mind it is a attraction born of being weak, unattractive to an ideal. Both characters act without comprehension of their action. The decisions are riddled with confusion. V is prone to hysterical fits borne of self contempt and guilt. It s a draw out masterpiece of emotional suffering. but do either succeed in their quest?

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Lewitt

    Good start, but interminably long at the end I enjoyed the characters and the set-up of the first half of the book, although it was a little plodding at times. But the trial was ridiculously long and tedious -- four chapters just for the prosecuting attorney's summation! Ridiculous and terribly boring. And I found the ending extremely unsatisfying. I am left feeling that Dostoyevsky certainly has a point in mind, but completely unsure what that point was. Still, at least I can say I've read an en Good start, but interminably long at the end I enjoyed the characters and the set-up of the first half of the book, although it was a little plodding at times. But the trial was ridiculously long and tedious -- four chapters just for the prosecuting attorney's summation! Ridiculous and terribly boring. And I found the ending extremely unsatisfying. I am left feeling that Dostoyevsky certainly has a point in mind, but completely unsure what that point was. Still, at least I can say I've read an entire Russian novel.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Gordon McConnell

    The Brothers Karamazov Essentially a crime mystery novel with many contrasting characters, especially the three Karamazov brothers and their father. The plot was often somewhat turgid and rather and in conclusion the reader is left in much uncertainty regarding the true identity of the culprit.

  4. 5 out of 5

    JaNelle

    This may take a while. Thousands of yummy pages. I am only on the first story and I am hooked. I am only on the first story and I am hooked. Such amazing character studies. Looking forward to a lot of good reads.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Christian

    Loved this!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Gary Nicholson

    Psycho had nothing on the mind of this author, parts will have you shaking. Crime and Punishment.... Little voices in your head are there forever

  7. 5 out of 5

    Keyvan

    Magnificent book, magnificent narration An all time classic, Dostoyevsky’s chef d’oeuvre, and a must read. Brilliantly read, exactly what the book deserves. Time well spent.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Phil Jobling

    Epic All of humanity in a book. Timeless themes which make it feel like a story for modern times. Staying power required around the death of father Zossima.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chris Shaw

    Sometimes hard going but so much keeps coming back to mind after reading

  10. 4 out of 5

    James

    It has taken a VERY LONG TIME to read Dostoyvesky’s works, but, it is FINALLY finished. What a wonderful array of books they are. I thing it worked out very well having a break in reading Dostoyevsky as he is no easy read. Works like Poor Folk are an absolute gem to read. Dostoyevsky is, in essence a much darker deeper off shoot of Tolstoy. Once you have read enough Dostoyevsky, you pick up a certain style/ format to hits writings. The central character or, characters find themselves plunged int It has taken a VERY LONG TIME to read Dostoyvesky’s works, but, it is FINALLY finished. What a wonderful array of books they are. I thing it worked out very well having a break in reading Dostoyevsky as he is no easy read. Works like Poor Folk are an absolute gem to read. Dostoyevsky is, in essence a much darker deeper off shoot of Tolstoy. Once you have read enough Dostoyevsky, you pick up a certain style/ format to hits writings. The central character or, characters find themselves plunged into the depths of depravity, sometimes addiction. They question themselves, life as we know it. Once, and only once they have learnt the lesson they are supposed to, they are then ultimately rewarded. Having said the above, Dostoyevsky has no qualms in breaking this format for the occasional poor soul who never ultimately finds glory and salvation in this life. Dostoyevsky is NOT for the faint hearted.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    found the first couple of stories long winded and gave up

  12. 5 out of 5

    James Mitchell

    One of my favorite authors.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Peter Delaney

  14. 5 out of 5

    john clark

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    Amandeep Bhatti

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    Stephen Simpson

  17. 4 out of 5

    Linda

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lois Carlin

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    Jose Mendoza

  20. 5 out of 5

    Richard Lee Fulgham

  21. 4 out of 5

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  22. 5 out of 5

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  25. 4 out of 5

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    Karen

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lera Auerbach

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