Definition of Feodor dostoyevsky
1. Noun. Russian novelist who wrote of human suffering with humor and psychological insight (1821-1881).
Generic synonyms: Author, Writer
Derivative terms: Dostoevskian, Dostoyevskian
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1. The Russian Novel by Eugène-Melchior Vogüé (1916)
"Later feodor dostoyevsky wrote to his brother, who had been promptly released at the time, for want of sufficient incriminating evidence: " For five months ..."
2. Anarchism and Other Essays by Emma Goldman, Hippolyte Havel (1910)
"PRISONS A SOCIAL CRIME AND FAILURE IN 1849, feodor dostoyevsky wrote on the wall of his prison cell the following story of The Priest and the Devil: '"Hello ..."
3. The Cry for Justice: An Anthology of the Literature of Social Protest by Upton Sinclair, Jack London (1915)
"... BY feodor dostoyevsky (The Russian realist, 1821-1881, wrote this little story upon the wall of his ..."
4. Daytrips Germany by Earl Steinbicker (2002)
"The Russian author feodor dostoyevsky came here, lost a fortune, and wrote a novel about the experience called The Gambler. You can test your luck at the ..."
5. Masterpieces of the Masters of Fiction by William Dudley Foulke (1912)
"CRIME AND PUNISHMENT feodor dostoyevsky DOSTOYEVSKY is one of the masters of the Russian realistic school. ..."