Russian novelist, Fyodor Dostevsky, was a fiction writer best known for his novel Crime and Punishment. His work explores political and social 19th century Russia. He was interested in spirituality and psychology. His work sparked the existentialist movement in the early 20 th century. This 1846 first novel of Dostovesky's was written in the form of correspondences between two cousins. As the reader delves deeper into the letters more is revealed about their lives.
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