Dostoevsky as the Russian Dickens

Dostoevsky as the Russian Dickens
Dmitry Bykov

Fiction writer, journalist, literary critic, TV/radio personality.
Born in Moscow, Russia. Currently resides in Moscow.
Graduated with honours from Moscow State University, with a degree in journalism.
Career years – 1982 to present day.

Dostoevsky and Dickens have become synonymous to Russia and Great Britain. On the 200th anniversary of the birth of Fyodor Dostoevsky, this lecture by Dmitry Bykov delves inside the most Russian and the most British of writers and shows how true genius can never belong to just one nation. The Tale of Two Writers: Dostoevsky as the Russian Dickens.

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