The Brothers Karamazov
Dostoevsky's crowning achievement, The Brothers Karamazov, was intended to be the first half of a Russian moral epic he did not live to complete. Dostoevsky throws all of his experience -- as philosophical thinker, political commentator, compulsive gambler, literary showman, loyal husband, and loving father -- into this larger-than-life murder mystery. Join us as we read this spell-binding novel which inspired writers as varied as Freud, D.H. Lawrence, Joyce Carol Oates, and George Saunders.
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