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University Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Fedor Mikhailovich Dostoevskiĭ (1821-1881)

Ф. М. Достоевский

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What can we say about a literary genius, when every inch of his world has been put through so much ink and paper? Unfortunately, there are no new F. M. Dostoevskiĭ revelations in this libguide.  We only tried to gather the best impressions of Dostoevskiĭ on ink, paper, and computer screens, in the form of reference sources, bibliographies, databases, and online resources.  Sometimes, when so much is written about someone, the need to digest information causes anxiety, drop in body temperature, unnecessary trips to Elena Petrovna Blavatskaia's shrine, and a lifelong fear of libraries and librarians.  To ease your fears,  the Slavic Reference Service can guarantee the following:  this libguide will be available to you at all times, anywhere in the world.  We are also ready to assist you with any question you may have regarding F. M. DostoevskiĭWe can verify, locate, and point you in the right direction.  Apart from reference questions, we would be thrilled if you would use our electronic databases (UIUC Online Research Resources page), the current periodicals section at the Slavic Library, and the complete works of F. M. Dostoevskii. We  want you to explore the world of Dostoevskiĭ with confidence. These resources are here to guide you in this pursuit.

Image note: This image is part of "the Brothers Karamazov picture tour," Dartmouth College.

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