Fyodor Dostoevsky

BornBorn 11 November 1821
Died9 February 1881, At Age Of 59
ProfessionJournalist, Military Engineer, And Novelist
Alma MaterNikolayev Military Engineering Instate.
Period GenresModern, Opinion, Essay, Literary, Poetry, Diary and Translation.
Years Of Active1844 To 1880
SpouseMarie Dmitriyevne Isaeva
ChildrenFour.

Introduction of Fyodor Dostoevsky 

Fyodor Dostoevsky was a Russian novelist, and he is known for his short stories & essayist. He was also a journalist. He was born on 11 November 1821 in Moscow, Russia, and died on 9 February 1881. His father was working as a doctor in the army, and he was the second child in his family. His mother was very kind, passive, and generous.  

Fyodor was regarded as one of the best novelists because he presented literary modernism, and Fyodor’s ideas have shaped existence. He also made accurate predictions for Russia; therefore, he was often called prophetic, and he proved their revolutionaries. 

He wrote literature to explore the human condition in social, spiritual, and troubled politics in the 19th century. His novels were very popular. These are some novels here: “Crime and Punishment,” “Demons,” “the idiot,” and “Karamazov.” His very prominent novel was “Notes from Underground.”

Early Life And Education

Fyodor belongs to the noble family of Russian Orthodox Christians. Now the question is how the literature introduced him. Then here you can find out Fyodor was born in Moscow, and at a very young age, he was raised to the stories of fairy tales and legends through books of foreign foreigners. His mother died when he was just 15 years old, and at the same time, he left the school to be admitted to the Mykolaiv military engineering institute.  

After completing his graduation, he started work as an engineer, and he also worked in translation. 

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Career as an author and journey of Fyodor Dostoevsky

  • He Wrote The First Novel: He wrote his first novel in 1840 century, “The Poor Folk.” In 18 “49, he was arrested for belonging to the literary group. He spent more than three years in prison. In this case, after that, he worked as a journalist, editing and publishing also. His first novel, “The poor Folk,” was published. It is the first social novel of the 1845 century. It was released on 15 January 1846 at the Peterburg collection. 
  • Listed In Regarded Writers: Later, he became addicted to gambling, and he had to face financial issues. Now, he was on the stage where he was begging for money, but in all those circumstances, he was listed among highly regarded Russian writers because he was the most educated author at that time.    There were various novels involving stories, and many people read his writing beyond his native Russia. 
  • Served As Military Doctor: Fyodor enrolled in the Medical Surgical Academy in 1809, and he was appointed to Mascow Hospital. Then, he served there as a military doctor. Moreover, he was selected as a senior physician in 1818. The following year, he got married to Maria Nechayeva, and he held a post at the Mariinsky Hospital for poor people. 
  • Resigned The From Military Job: Now, he resigned from his post in the military to save his literary career, and he wrote a resignation letter to resign from his military job. 
  • Started the second novel: Immediately, he started his second novel, “The Double,” at “Fyodor, who discovered socialism through the writing of Cabet, Proudhon, French, and Saint-Simon.  The Double received bad reviews. 
  • He Affected By The Seizures: His health was affected, and his seizures became more common, but he continued in his writing. In the century 1846 to 1848, he published many of the writings in “Notes Of The Fatherland“. They involved Mr. ProkharchinWhite Nights, a weak heart, and the landlady
  • Plan To Be A Part Of Hidden Revolutionary’s: Not only this part, in 1848, he participated in the circle of hidden revolutionary’s and became a member of this society. In 1876, he worked for his dairy, and he wrote many essays and short stories about culture, religion, and politics. Now, he felt breathless and was affected by the health issues, and doctors advised him to go in the pure climate. 
  • Last Novel Of His Life: Dostoevsky’s last novel was “The Brothers Karamazov“; this novel was a masterpiece of Western literature and publishing novel.  He was dead after one year of publishing, and it was an acknowledged novel and listed as one of the greatest writers of Russia. 

Books (Bibliography, Novels, Short Stories and Essays) Of Fyodor Dostoevsky

  • IN 1846- POOR FOLK
  • IN 1846- THE DOUBLE
  • IN 1847 THE LANDLADY
  • IN 1849- NETOCHKA NEZVANOVA
  • IN 1859- UNCLES DREAM
  • IN 1859- THE VILLAGE OF STEPANCHIKOVO
  • IN 1861- HUMILIATED AND INSULTED
  • IN 1862- THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD
  • IN 1864- NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND
  • IN 1866-CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
  • IN 1867- THE GAMBLER 
  • IN 1869- THE IDIOT 
  • IN 1870-THE ETERNAL HUSBAND 
  • IN 1872- DEMONS
  • IN 1875- THE ADOLESCENT 
  • IN 1880- THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV

Short Stories:

  • IN 1846- MR PROKHARCHIN
  • IN 1847- NOVEL IN NINE LETTERS
  • IN 1848- A WEAK HEART
  • IN 1848- POLZUNKOV
  • IN 1848-WHITE NIGHTS
  • IN 1849- A LITTLE HERO.
  • IN 1862- A NASTY STORY
  • IN 1865- THE CROCODILE
  • IN 1873- BOBOK 
  • IN 1876- THE HEAVENLY CHRISTMAS TREE 
  • IN 1876-A GENTLE CREATURES 
  • IN 1876-THE PEASANT MAREY
  • IN 1877-THE DREAM OF A RIDICULOUS MAN

Essay:

  • IN 1863- WINTER NOTES ON SUMMER IMPRESSIONS
  • IN 1881- A WINTER’S DAIRY

 

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