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Crime And Punishment

Author: Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky pages: 487
About the Author
Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky was born in Moscow on vember 11, 1821. He is known for his profound understanding of human psychology and his ability to bring forth the darkest realms of human nature. Dostoyevsky inspired a number of modern movements including Existentialism, literary criticism and many schools of psychology and theology. He influenced a number of modern philosophers and writers including Anton Chekov, George Orwell and Jean-Paul Sartre. He is best known for his novels tes from Underground (1864), Crime and Punishment (1866), The Idiot (serialized from 1868 to 1869) The Possessed or otherwise known as Demons (serialised from 1871. to 1872) and The Brothers Karamazov (serialised from 1879 to 1880). Dostoyevsky died on February 9, 1881 at the age of 59, in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

House Of Open Wounds: The Tyrant Philosophers (Book 2) [Paperback-2023]

Author: Adrian Tchaikovsky pages: 608
About the Author
Adrian Tchaikovsky was born in Lincolnshire before heading off to Reading to study psychology and zoology. He subsequently ended up in law and has worked as a legal executive in both Reading and Leeds, where he now lives. Married, he is a keen live role-player and occasional amateur actor and has trained in stage-fighting. He s the author of Children of Time, the winner of the 30th Anniversary Arthur C. Clarke Award, and the Sunday Times bestseller Shards of Earth. Note: Prepayment 0n Imported books. (0312-4477523)

The Bell Jar

Author: Sylvia Plath pages: 228 About the Author: Sylvia Plath was born on October 27, 1932 in Boston, Massachusetts. She studied at Smith College in rthampton, Massachusetts. Later, she went on a Fulbright scholarship to study at Newnham College at the University of Cambridge, England. There she met Ted Hughes at a party in February 1956 and they married in June of the same year. They lived in the United States and later in England and had two children. Plath spent most of her adult life in depression. She made many unsuccessful attempts at her life and finally committed suicide on February 11, 1963. Plath was an exceptionally gifted poet and is frequently dubbed as one of the best woman poets of the western world. She won a posthumous Pulitzer Prize for The Collected Poems in 1982. She wrote fiction too and her semi-autobiographical novel The Bell Jar is one of the most read novels today.