Links to Other Websites on Dostoevsky


The Adolescent (A Raw Youth) in English:

This site offers Constance Garnett’s complete translation of the novel.

The Adolescent in Russian:

Both of these Russian websites offer complete versions of The Adolescent (as pronounced in Russian “Podrostok”).

Christiaan Stange’s Dostoevsky Research Station:

This is probably one of the most thorough websites on Dostoevsky. It includes a chronology of Dostoevsky’s life (1821-1881), a bibliography of his works, quotations about him, a reading room with some of his most renowned books, and further links to other sites on Dostoevsky.

The Fyodor Dostoevsky Website:

This website offers thought-provoking discussion forums, books to buy, a complete list of works, essays, a biography, quotes, pictures, and many other resourceful links.

Fyodor Dostoevsky: High Spirit, Low Spirit

This website will provide you with a thorough account of Dostoevsky’s life (including his life in prison and his travels). It also contains a bibliography of Dostoevsky’s works.

Fyodor Dostoevsky:

Here you will find more personal information on Dostoevsky (including his writings, an introduction, and a biography).  This website also has a detailed selection of further reading about Dostoevsky.

Concordances of The Complete Works of F.M. Dostoevsky: (In Russian)

“A concordance is an alphabetical index of all the words in a text, showing every occurrence of a word in its context.” Thus, this website will allow you to explore to depth the uses and meanings that Dostoevsky assigns to different words throughout his writing.

Life of Dostoevsky:

Here you will find a detailed chronology of Dostoevsky’s life and selected bibliography on him.

F.M. Dostoevsky—Russian Realist:

This website presents Dostoevsky as a Realist and gives relevant information about his life and work. It also has good pictures.

Literature and Memorial Museum of Dostoevsky:

This link will lead you to the Literature and Memorial Museum of Dostoevsky in Saint Petersburg. It is both in English and Russian.