Redemption and the Merchant God: Dostoevsky's Economy of Salvation and Antisemitism (Paperback)

Susan McReynolds

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Críticas: "Can we read Dostoevsky without worrying about his Antisemitism? Susan McReynolds makes a convincing case that we cannot. She places Dostoevsky's Jewish obsession at the center of his imagination. No one with an interest in Dostoevsky or in the history of his era should ignore this compelling book." -Jeffrey Brooks, author of When Russia Learned to Read: Literacy and Popular Literature, 1861-1917 "Can we read Dostoevsky without worrying about his Antisemitism? Susan McReynolds makes a convincing case that we cannot. She places Dostoevsky's Jewish obsession at the center of his imagination. No one with an interest in Dostoevsky or in the history of his era should ignore this compelling book." -Jeffrey Brooks, author of "When Russia Learned to Read: Literacy and Popular Literature, 1861-1917"

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