Dostoevsky: A Writer in His Time

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INDEX
Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations. Mentions of Dostoevsky in subheadings and qualifiers are abbreviated “FMD.”
Abaza, N. S., 930
Abaza, Yulia, 835–36
Abrams, M. H., 54
Academy of Military Engineers, 19, 29, 38, 41–43, 42, 51
accusatory literature, 295, 305, 320
Acta Martyrum, 27
aesthetics. See beauty
afterlife. See immortality of the soul
agit-prop literature, 153
Akhsharumov, D. D., 139, 166, 173, 175–80
Aksakov, Ivan, 339, 384, 574, 734, 812, 815, 831–32, 834, 914
Aksakov, Konstantin, 739
Aksakov, S. T., 362
Alchevskaya, Khristina, 725, 727–29
Alexander I, tsar, 3–4
Alexander II, tsar: assassination attempts on, 464–68, 640, 682–83, 779, 787, 804–6, 808, 908, 922; assassination of, 631n2, 682, 761, 929; The Citizen and, 677; era of proclamations and, 330, 332; FMD's anniversary address to, 805–7; FMD's ideas about tsarism and, 565; FMD's relationship with royal family, 618, 731, 767–68, 781, 812, 926; liberation of the serfs and, 141, 236, 316, 331, 677; Nechaev and, 631n2; and peace with Turkey, 746; reforms of, 135, 316, 565; revolutionary leaflets and, 339
Alexander, tsarevich (later Alexander III): 617–18; 678; FMD presents Diary of a Writer to, 731; FMD presents The Brothers Karamazov to, 914–15; and financial assistance to FMD, 926
Alexander Mikhailovich, Grand Duke, 917
Alexandrov, Mikhail, 671–72, 724–25
alter ego. See quasi-double
Ambrose, Father, 769–70
Annenkov, P. V.: as chronicler, 55, 67–69, 76, 95, 121–23, 428, 782–83, 839; as critic, 103, 545–46; FMD's relationship with, 704–5, 810–11, 831; literary/aesthetic philosophy of, 55, 253–54; Pushkin festival and, 831–32; Works: The Extraordinary Decade, 810, 839; “The Weak Person as a Literary Type,” 253–54
Annenkova, Mme., 187
ant-hill, 378, 424, 502, 875–76
Antichrist, 410, 673, 836
anti-semitism. See Yids/”Yiddish ideas”
Antonelli, P. D., 141–42, 156–59, 163, 167
Antonovich, M. A., 350; Works: “The Asmodeus of Our Time,” 348
Aristov, Pavel, 208, 213; as model for character of Svidrigailov, 204–5
Arnold, Matthew, Works: “Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse,” 314
Arsenyev, D. S., 767
art: Belinsky on, 66, 304; Chernyshevsky on, 251–52, 304, 306–8, 311, 345; FMD and, 112–13, 304–11, 521–22, 575, 674; in Letters on Art, 224, 247, 252, 255, 305, 311; in Netotchka Nezvanova, 114–15; A. Grigoryev on, 289–91; Idealist philosophy and, 35, 55, 105, 251; V. Maikov on, 131–32, 310; Milyukov Circle on, 294; Utilitarianism and, 252, 290, 305–6, 308–9
atheism: First International and, 691; FMD and, 119, 124, 126, 225, 547, 552, 560, 744, 772, 777, 799; in Atheism (intended), 590, 595; in The Brothers Karamazov, 706, 855, 858, 881, 906; in Demons, 648, 654–55; in The Idiot, 561, 586; in A Raw Youth, 709, 718; in “The Sentence,” 751–52; Nihilism

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