Dostoevsky: Language, Faith, and Fiction
A&C Black, 2008-01-01 - 290 psl.
This is an extraordinary book, which through the lens of Dostoevsky's novels enables the reader to consider the nature of God in the 21st century - a societal landscape fraught with tensions and social inequalities.
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