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Crime and Punishment

Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky (1821-1881):  His first novel, The Humanlets, was published in 1846. The famous critic  V. Byelinski spoke of  Dostoevsky as the great writer of the future in this work. However, although his later published stories and novels are among the literary classics of our age, they did not attract much attention at that time.

The author was arrested in 1849 on the grounds that he was a member of the Petrashevsky group, which opposed the oppressive regime of Nicholas I. When he was about to be shot, his sentence was commuted into exile and coyote military service. After completing his sentence and after Siberia, he started publishing the magazine Vremya in Petersburg and regained his former reputation with the novels he wrote. Crime and Punishment is Dostoevsky’s most widely read masterpiece all over the world.

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Fyodor Mihayloviç Dostoyevski (1821-1881):  İlk romanı The Humanlets, 1846’da yayınlandı. Ünlü eleştirmen  V. Byelinski  , bu eserde Dostoyevski’den geleceğin büyük yazarı olarak söz etti. Ancak onun sonradan yayımlanan öykü ve romanları çağımızın edebiyat klasikleri arasında yer almasına rağmen o dönemde pek ilgi görmemiştir.

Yazar, I. Nicholas’ın baskıcı rejimine karşı çıkan Petrashevsky grubunun bir üyesi olduğu gerekçesiyle 1849’da tutuklandı. Vurulmak üzereyken cezası sürgüne ve çakalca askerlik hizmetine çevrildi. Cezasını tamamladıktan ve Sibirya’dan sonra Petersburg’da Vremya dergisini çıkarmaya başladı ve yazdığı romanlarla eski itibarını geri kazandı. Suç ve Ceza, Dostoyevski’nin tüm dünyada en çok okunan başyapıtıdır.

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Mazlum Beyhan (1948): Crime and Punishment and Fool by Dostoyevsky, What is Art by Tolstoy, Childhood, Adolescence, Youth, Memoir of a Madman by Gogol, Nose and Overcoat are among the masterpieces translated by Mazlum Beyhan. In addition, he is undoubtedly one of the most important translators of Russian Literature of the last 35 years, with the works he brought into Turkish from Chernyshevsky, Byelinski, Kropotkin and Shchedrin.

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Turkish

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702

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2006

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