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A leap of imagination bridges miles

Kerala team's docu-fiction on Russian writer Dostoevsky to feature in IFFI For Malayalam writer Perumbadavam Sreedharan, Russia came mediated through the words of Fyodor Dostoevsky. From his teens, when he read Crime and Punishment over ... The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
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Look For The Causes Of Suffering

Dostoevsky's statement, "In suffering look for happiness," will appeal to many people because many are suffering. And one can tolerate suffering only if one goes on looking for happiness; if not today then tomorrow, or the day after tomorrow.
 Speaking Tree1 month ago

Trump University and the growth of fraud in HE

Fyodor Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment rarely plays into civil legal disputes in the United States. In most instances, the contenders in civil litigation reach out-of-court settlements. In most cases, there are no punitive damages. In this sense, ...
 University World News1 week ago

Reading Dostoyevsky For Thanksgiving

This post first appeared at the Paris Review . I A Few Facts 1. He wore 5-pound shackles on his ankles every day for four years. 2. This was in the prison camp in Omsk where he was serving out a sentence of hard labor after being ...
 Moyers & Company2 weeks ago

Lecture: Dostoevsky-ing the Law and Pre-Law Curriculum

Amy Ronner, St. Thomas U., School of Law. Sponsored by International and Area Studies/Eurasian Studies and the Alumni & Development Office. McMillan Hall Café. The post appeared first on The
 Washington University in St. Louis1 month ago
Rolling Stone

Novelist Jonathan Lethem on Bob Dylan's 'Mad-Scientist Audacity'

In 2006, novelist and lifelong Bob Dylan fan Jonathan Lethem met Dylan in a Santa Monica, California, hotel room for a highly memorable interview coinciding with the release of Modern Times , which ranged from the singer's thoughts on file sharing ...
 Rolling Stone8 hours ago Bums on Seats An Irishman's Diary about the problem of substandard audiences  Irish Times1 month ago Women on Bob Dylan  The Guardian1 month ago The Joker and the Thief  The Hindu1 month ago

Gifts and misses: publishers pick their books of 2016

Which books did best? Which should have done better? Which books by their rivals would publishers like to have brought out? Which books did best? Which should have done better? Which books by their rivals would publishers like to have brought out? ...
 The Guardian10 hours ago Serial Reader -- Daily Books  ZDNet1 month ago Sotheby's London exhibits books & manuscripts from The Pierre BergĂ© Library  Artdaily.org1 month ago Prize of a lifetime: London bookshop offers free books for the rest of your life  The Guardian2 months ago
Radio Free Europe

Photographer's Notebook: Finding Rasputin

POKROVSKOYE, Russia -- "Rasputin? Sure, just a few doors down, he's in the house with the smoking chimney." It had been the shakiest of leads, but the women in the little grocery store in Pokrovskoye village had no hesitation when I asked after a ...
 Radio Free Europe11 hours ago

MGM's $1.4 billion casino is a cruise ship to nowhere

By Art and architecture critic December 8 at 10:09 AM Follow @PhilipKennicott The MGM National Harbor casino and entertainment complex looks like a cruise ship beached high on the banks of the Potomac, deposited there by some great flood of the ...
 Washington Post1 day ago

Ukraine: Greek anti-fascist places soil from Sparta on grave of DPR chief Motorola

A Greek anti-fascist activist brought soil from the city of Sparta to the graveside of a late military commander of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic (DPR), Arseni Pavlov, better known as 'Motorola', to pay her respects to the Sparta ...
 Herald Sun1 day ago
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