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The Epileptic and the Autist: Myshkin and Ippolit in Dostoevsky’s The Idiot

“For he did not care for pomp or wealth, nor even for public esteem, but cared only for truth!” -The Idiot, Part 4 Chapter 10 From what we have of the notebooks Dostoevsky used in planning The Idiot, it is clear that many of the characters underwent various revisions, excisions, and transformations, but none more […]

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