Fyodor Dostoevsky (1821-1881)

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List of Works
[The Brothers Karamazov]   [Crime and Punishment]   [The Idiot]   [Notes From Underground]   [The Possessed]   [Stavrogin's Confession]  

The Brothers Karamazov (1879-80) [GBWW,GI,HTR]
  • HTML (Single page, 1,907KB) at Friends and Partners (Translated by Constance Garnett)
  • Text file (2,001KB) at Christian Classics Ethereal Library (Translated by Constance Garnett)
  • Russian HTML (Single page, link-indexed) at Yevgeny Peskin's Public Electronic Library

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  • Hardcover edition, translated by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky (Everymans Library, 1992).
  • Paperback edition, translated by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2002, 796 pg).
  • Paperback edition, translated by Ignat Avsey (Oxford Univ Pr, 1998).
  • Mass Market Paperback edition, translated by Konstantin Mochulski(?) (Bantam Classic and Loveswept, 1995).
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Crime and Punishment (1866) [HTR,HC]
  • Russian HTML (Single page, 1180 KB) at Yevgeny Peskin's Public Electronic Library
  • Text file (1,466 KB) at Christian Classics Ethereal Library (Translated by Constance Garnett)
  • Multi-format (HTML, EPUB, Kindle, Text) at Project Gutenberg (Translated by Constance Garnett)

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  • Hardcover edition, translated by Larissa Volokhonsky (Knopf, 1993).
  • Paperback edition, translated by Constance Garnett (Bantam Classics, 1984, 472 pg).
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The Idiot (1868-69) [HTR]
  • Russian HTML (Single page, link-indexed) at Yevgeny Peskin's Public Electronic Library
  • Multi-format (HTML, EPUB, Kindle, Text) at Project Gutenberg (Translated by Eva Martin)

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  • Paperback edition, translated by Alan Myers (Oxford Univ Pr, 1998).
  • Mass Market Paperback edition, translated by Constance Garnett (Bantam Classic and Loveswept, 1983).
  • Audio CD edition, unabridged (Tantor Audio, 2010).
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Notes From Underground (1864) [GBF]
  • Russian HTML (Single page) at Yevgeny Peskin's Public Electronic Library
  • Russian Audiobook (MP3, Apple M4B, Ogg Vorbis, Speex) at Project Gutenberg
  • Text file (241 KB) at Christian Classics Ethereal Library (Translator unknown)
  • Multi-format (HTML, EPUB, Kindle, Text) at Project Gutenberg (Translator unknown)

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  • Library Binding (Large Print) edition, Notes From the Underground and The Double (North Books, 1997).
  • Paperback edition, translated by Mirra Ginsburg (Bantam Classics, 1983).
  • Paperback edition, translated by Richard Pevear (Vintage Books, 1994, 136 pg).
  • Thrift Paperback edition (Dover Pubns, 1992, 91 pg).
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The Possessed (1872) [gbf(50)]
Also known as Devils, or Demons. The gbf(50) list includes only the chapter Stavrogin's Confession, which is not included in the etexts listed.
  • Multi-format (HTML, EPUB, Kindle, Text) at Project Gutenberg (Translated by Constance Garnett)
  • Russian HTML (Single page, link-indexed) at Yevgeny Peskin's Public Electronic Library
  • French Multi-format (HTML, EPUB, Kindle, Text) at Project Gutenberg (Translated by Victor Derély)

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  • Hardcover edition, translated by Larissa Volokhonsky and Richard Pevear (Everymans Library, 2000, 784 pg).
  • Paperback edition, translated by Robert A. Maguire (Penguin Classics, 2008, 880 pg).
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Stavrogin's Confession (1872) [gbf(50)]
A chapter from the novel The Possessed, originally suppressed as being too shocking to print. It would have been the first chapter in Part II.
  • HTML (alongside text images) at Princeton University's Blue Mountain Project (Translated by Avrahm Yarmolinsky)
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Antigone (c. 442 BC)
Ajax (c. 440 BC)
History of the Persian War (c. 440 BC)
Alcestis (438 BC)
History of the Peloponnesian War (431 BC)
Medea (431 BC)
Oedipus the King (c. 430 BC)
Prometheus Bound (c. 430 BC)
The Trachiniae (c. 430 BC)
The Heracleidae (c. 429 BC)
Hippolytus (428 BC)
Andromache (428-424 BC)
The Acharnians (425 BC)
Hecuba (424 BC)
The Knights (424 BC)
The Suppliants (Euripides) (422 BC)
The Wasps (422 BC)
Heracles (421-416 BC)
Peace (Aristophanes) (421 BC)
Electra (Euripides) (420-410 BC)
The Clouds (419 BC)
The Trojan Women (415 BC)
The Birds (414 BC)
Ion (Euripides) (414-412 BC)
Iphigenia Among the Taurians (414-412 BC)
Helen (412 BC)
The Phoenician Women (411-409 BC)
The Thesmophoriazusae (411 BC)
The Bacchae (410 BC)
Electra (Sophocles) (c. 410 BC)
Iphigenia at Aulis (410 BC)
Lysistrata (410 BC)
Philoctetes (c. 409 BC)
The Cyclops (c. 408 BC)
Orestes (408 BC)
Oedipus at Colonus (c. 406 BC)
The Frogs (405 BC)
On Airs, Waters, and Places (c. 400 BC)
On Ancient Medicine (c. 400 BC)
Aphorisms (Hippocrates) (c. 400 BC)
On the Articulations (or, On Joints) (c. 400 BC)
Bhagavad-Gita (c. 400 BC)
The Book of Prognostics (c. 400 BC)
Of the Epidemics (c. 400 BC)
On Fistulae (c. 400 BC)
On Fractures (c. 400 BC)
On Hemorrhoids (c. 400 BC)
On Injuries of the Head (c. 400 BC)
Instruments of Reduction (or, Mochlicon) (c. 400 BC)
The Law (Hippocrates) (c. 400 BC)
The Oath (Hippocrates) (c. 400 BC)
On Regimen in Acute Diseases (c. 400 BC)
On the Sacred Disease (c. 400 BC)
On the Surgery (c. 400 BC)
On Ulcers (c. 400 BC)
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