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Uncle's Dream; and The Permanent Husband

Uncle's Dream; and The Permanent Husband

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class="c12">‘Injury and Insult is a powerful novel few will deny. Vania is a marvellous character. Once read, the book can never be forgotten.St. Stephen's Review.

A masterpiece of fiction. The author has treated with consummate tact the difficult character of Natasha, the incarnation of the slave of passion.She lives and breathes in these vivid pages, and the reader is drawn into the vortex of her anguish, and rejoices when she breaks free from her chain.Morning Post.

Third edition. In crown 8vo, 450 pages, price 6s.

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT.

Dostoieffsky is one of the most remarkable of modern writers, and his book, Crime and Punishment is one of the most moving of modern novels. It is the story of a murder and of the punishment which dogs the murderer; and its effect is unique in fiction. It is realism, but such realism as M. Zola and his followers do not dream of. The reader knows the personages—strange grotesque, terrible personages they are—more intimately than if he had been years with them in the flesh. He is constrained to live their lives, to suffer their tortures, to scheme and resist with them, exult with them, weep and laugh and despair with them; he breathes the very breath of their nostrils, and with the madness that comes upon them he is afflicted even as they. This sounds extravagant praise, no doubt; but only to those who have not read the volume. To those who have, we are sure that it will appear rather under the mark than otherwise.The Athenæum.

VIZETELLY'S RUSSIAN NOVELS.





Uncle's Dream;

AND

The Permanent Husband.

By FEDOR DOSTOIEFFSKY,

AUTHOR OF CRIME AND PUNISHMENT, INJURY AND INSULT, THE IDIOT, THE FRIEND OF THE FAMILY; AND THE GAMBLER.

TRANSLATED FROM THE RUSSIAN BY FREDERICK WHISHAW.

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LONDON:

VIZETELLY & CO., 16, HENRIETTA STREET, COVENT GARDEN.

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