Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky (1821-1881): His first novel, Insanciklar, attracted attention with its striking subject and different fiction, and became famous as an important writer with his power to convey the mood of the people. Although his stories and novels published after this book are among the classics of literature in our age, they did not attract much attention at that time. Dostoyevsky, who joined a political group opposed to the oppressive regime of Nicholas I, was therefore arrested and sentenced to death. When he was about to be shot, his sentence was commuted to exile and compulsory military service. He regained his former fame with the novels he wrote after his Siberian exile. Published in 1861, The Oppressed met strong criticism from critics, but was well received by a wide readership.
Fyodor Mihayloviç Dostoyevski (1821-1881): İlk romanı İnsancıklar’ın çarpıcı konusu ve farklı kurgusuyla dikkatleri çekti, kişilerin ruh halini aktarış gücüyle önemli bir yazar olarak ün kazandı. Bu kitabın ardından yayımlanan öykü ve romanları, çağımızda edebiyat klasikleri arasında yer alsa da, o dönemde pek ilgi görmedi. I. Nikolay’ın baskıcı rejimine muhalif politik bir gruba katılan Dostoyevski, bu yüzden tutuklandı, idama mahkûm oldu. Kurşuna dizilmek üzereyken cezası sürgün ve zorunlu askerliğe çevrildi. Sibirya sürgününden sonra yazdığı romanlarla tekrar eski ününe kavuştu. 1861’de yayımlanan Ezilenler eleştirmenlerin sert tepkileriyle karşılaştı, ancak geniş bir okuyucu kitlesi tarafından beğeniyle okundu.
Nihal Yalaza Taluy (1900-1963): She is one of the leading Russian translators of the first generation of the Republic. The translation corpus of Taluy, whose translations of Pushkin, Gogol and Turgenev, as well as Dostoyevsky and Tolstoy are read with admiration, exceeds thirty books.
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