The great Russian writer Fyodor Dostoyevsky often worked on a large canvas and his most famous novels-"Brothers Karamazov," "Crime and Punishment," "The Idiot"-are heavy, demanding, intense books. This collection showcases some of his shorter work, including his first novella, "Poor Folk," which is a compact, melancholy love story told through letters (an epistolary novel). There are three other stories, as well as a helpful introduction and explanatory notes. This is for readers who are already familiar with Dostoyevsky.
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