Freedom and Responsibility in Russian Literature

Freedom and Responsibility in Russian Literature

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Robert Louis Jackson has long been recognized on both sides of the Atlantic as one of the foremost Dostoevsky scholars in the world. Freedom and Responsibility in Russian Literature collects twenty essays by distinguished scholars (many former students of Jackson's) and admiring colleagues on some of the foremost questions in Russian studies. Whatever the specific topic, these essays manifest a determination to exercise the critical independence and integrity exemplified by Jackson throughout his long career.Whatever the specific topic, these essays manifest a determination to exercise the critical independence and integrity exemplified by Jackson throughout his long career.


Title:Freedom and Responsibility in Russian Literature
Author:Elizabeth Cheresh Allen, Gary Saul Morson
Publisher:Northwestern University Press - 1995
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