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Title: Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Fyodor Dostoevsky

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INDEX OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG

WORKS OF

FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY



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CONTENTS

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##  NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND

##  THE GAMBLER

##  POOR FOLK

##  CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

##  THE IDIOT

##  THE POSSESSED

##  THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV

##  WHITE NIGHTS AND OTHER STORIES

##  THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD

##  UNCLE'S DREAM; PERMANENT HUSBAND

##  SHORT STORIES

##  STAVROGIN'S CONFESSION; THE LIFE OF A GREAT SINNER

THE GRAND INQUISITOR








TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES






NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND

By Fyodor Dostoyevsky



CONTENTS

PART I

I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
XI

PART II

I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X






THE GAMBLER

Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Translated by C. J. Hogarth



CONTENTS

I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XV XVI XVII






POOR FOLK

By Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Translated by C. J. Hogarth



CONTENTS

April 8th
April 8th
April 8th
April 9th
April 12th
April 25th
May 20th
June 1st
June 11th
June 12th.
June 20th.
June 21st.
June 22nd.
June 25th.
June 26th.
June 27th.
June 28th.
July 1st.
July 7th.
July 8th.
July 27th.
July 28th.
July 28th.
July 29th.
August 1st.
August 2nd.
August 3rd.
August 4th.
August 4th.
August 5th.
August 5th.
August 11th.
August 13th.
August 14th.
August 19th.
August 21st.
September 3rd.
September 5th.
September 9th.
September 10th.
September 11th.
September 15th.
September 18th.
September 19th.
September 23rd.
September 23rd.
September 27th.
September 27th.
September 28th.
September 28th.
September 29th.
September 30th.






CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

By Fyodor Dostoevsky

Translated By Constance Garnett



CONTENTS

TRANSLATOR’S PREFACE

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

PART I
CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
PART II
CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
PART III
CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
PART IV
CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
PART V
CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
PART VI
CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII

EPILOGUE






THE IDIOT

By Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Translated by Eva Martin



CONTENTS

PART I
PART II
PART III
PART IV






THE POSSESSED, or THE DEVILS

A Novel In Three Parts

By Fyodor Dostoevsky

Translated From The Russian By Constance Garnett

CONTENTS

PART I.
CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTORY
CHAPTER II. PRINCE HARRY. MATCHMAKING
CHAPTER III. THE SINS OF OTHERS
CHAPTER IV. THE CRIPPLE
CHAPTER V. THE SUBTLE SERPENT
PART II.
CHAPTER I. NIGHT
CHAPTER II. NIGHT (continued)
CHAPTER III. THE DUEL
CHAPTER IV. ALL IN EXPECTATION
CHAPTER V. ON THE EVE OF THE FETE
CHAPTER VI. PYOTR STEPANOVITCH IS BUSY
CHAPTER VII. A MEETING
CHAPTER VIII.    IVAN THE TSAREVITCH
CHAPTER IX. A RAID AT STEPAN TROFIMOVITCH’S
CHAPTER X. FILIBUSTERS. A FATAL MORNING
PART III.
CHAPTER I. THE FETE—FIRST PART
CHAPTER II. THE END OF THE FETE
CHAPTER III. A ROMANCE ENDED
CHAPTER IV. THE LAST RESOLUTION
CHAPTER V. A WANDERER
CHAPTER VI. A BUSY NIGHT
CHAPTER VII. STEPAN TROFIMOVITCH’S LAST WANDERING
CHAPTER VIII. CONCLUSION






THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV

Translated from the Russian of Fyodor Dostoyevsky

By Constance Garnett

CONTENTS

Part I
Book I. The History Of A Family
Chapter I. Fyodor Pavlovitch Karamazov
Chapter II. He Gets Rid Of His Eldest Son
Chapter III. The Second Marriage And The Second Family
Chapter IV. The Third Son, Alyosha
Chapter V. Elders
Book II. An Unfortunate Gathering
Chapter I. They Arrive At The Monastery
Chapter II. The Old Buffoon
Chapter III. Peasant Women Who Have Faith
Chapter IV. A Lady Of Little Faith
Chapter V. So Be It! So Be It!
Chapter VI. Why Is Such A Man Alive?
Chapter VII. A Young Man Bent On A Career
Chapter VIII. The Scandalous Scene
Book III. The Sensualists
Chapter I. In The Servants' Quarters
Chapter II. Lizaveta
Chapter III. The Confession Of A Passionate Heart-In Verse
Chapter IV. The Confession Of A Passionate Heart-In Anecdote
Chapter V. The Confession Of A Passionate Heart-"Heels Up"
Chapter VI. Smerdyakov
Chapter VII. The Controversy
Chapter VIII. Over The Brandy
Chapter IX. The Sensualists
Chapter X. Both Together
Chapter XI. Another Reputation Ruined
Part II
Book IV. Lacerations
Chapter I. Father Ferapont
Chapter II. At His Father's
Chapter III. A Meeting With The Schoolboys
Chapter IV. At The Hohlakovs'
Chapter V. A Laceration In The Drawing-Room
Chapter VI. A Laceration In The Cottage
Chapter VII. And In The Open Air
Book V. Pro And Contra
Chapter I. The Engagement
Chapter II. Smerdyakov With A Guitar
Chapter III. The Brothers Make Friends
Chapter IV. Rebellion
Chapter V. The Grand Inquisitor
Chapter VI. For Awhile A Very Obscure One
Chapter VII. "It's Always Worth While Speaking To A Clever Man"
Book VI. The Russian Monk
Chapter I. Father Zossima And His Visitors
Chapter II. The Duel
Chapter III. Conversations And Exhortations Of Father Zossima
Part III
Book VII. Alyosha
Chapter I. The Breath Of Corruption
Chapter II. A Critical Moment
Chapter III. An Onion
Chapter IV. Cana Of Galilee
Book VIII. Mitya
Chapter I. Kuzma Samsonov
Chapter II. Lyagavy
Chapter III. Gold-Mines
Chapter IV. In The Dark
Chapter V. A Sudden Resolution
Chapter VI. "I Am Coming, Too!"
Chapter VII. The First And Rightful Lover
Chapter VIII. Delirium
Book IX. The Preliminary Investigation
Chapter I. The Beginning Of Perhotin's Official Career
Chapter II. The Alarm
Chapter III. The Sufferings Of A Soul, The First Ordeal
Chapter IV. The Second Ordeal
Chapter V. The Third Ordeal
Chapter VI. The Prosecutor Catches Mitya
Chapter VII. Mitya's Great Secret. Received With Hisses
Chapter VIII. The Evidence Of The Witnesses. The Babe
Chapter IX. They Carry Mitya Away
Part IV
Book X. The Boys
Chapter I. Kolya Krassotkin
Chapter II. Children
Chapter III. The Schoolboy
Chapter IV. The Lost Dog
Chapter V. By Ilusha's Bedside
Chapter VI. Precocity
Chapter VII. Ilusha
Book XI. Ivan
Chapter I. At Grushenka's
Chapter II. The Injured Foot
Chapter III. A Little Demon
Chapter IV. A Hymn And A Secret
Chapter V. Not You, Not You!
Chapter VI. The First Interview With Smerdyakov
Chapter VII. The Second Visit To Smerdyakov
Chapter VIII. The Third And Last Interview With Smerdyakov
Chapter IX. The Devil. Ivan's Nightmare
Chapter X. "It Was He Who Said That"
Book XII. A Judicial Error
Chapter I. The Fatal Day
Chapter II. Dangerous Witnesses
Chapter III. The Medical Experts And A Pound Of Nuts
Chapter IV. Fortune Smiles On Mitya
Chapter V. A Sudden Catastrophe
Chapter VI. The Prosecutor's Speech. Sketches Of Character
Chapter VII. An Historical Survey
Chapter VIII. A Treatise On Smerdyakov
Chapter IX. The Galloping Troika. The End Of The Prosecutor's Speech.
Chapter X. The Speech For The Defense. An Argument That Cuts Both Ways
Chapter XI. There Was No Money. There Was No Robbery
Chapter XII. And There Was No Murder Either
Chapter XIII. A Corrupter Of Thought
Chapter XIV. The Peasants Stand Firm
Epilogue
Chapter I. Plans For Mitya's Escape
Chapter II. For A Moment The Lie Becomes Truth
Chapter III. Ilusha's Funeral. The Speech At The Stone
Footnotes






WHITE NIGHTS AND OTHER STORIES

By Fyodor Dostoevsky

CONTENTS

page
White Nights 1
Notes from Underground
     part i. underground 50
     part ii. √† propos of the wet snow 81
A Faint Heart 156
A Christmas Tree and a Wedding 200
Polzunkov 208
A Little Hero 223
Mr. Prohartchin 258






THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD

By Fedor Dostoïeffsky

CONTENTS

PART I

CHAP. PAGE
I.   Ten Years a Convict 1
II.   The Dead-House 7
III.   First Impressions 24
IV.   First Impressions (continued) 43
V.   First Impressions (continued) 61
VI.   The First Month 80
VII.   The First Month (continued) 95
VIII.   New Acquaintances—Petroff 110
IX.   Men of Determination—Luka 125
X.   Isaiah FomitchThe BathBaklouchin 133
XI.   The Christmas Holidays 152
XII.   The Performance 171

PART II

I.   The Hospital 194
II.   The Hospital (continued) 209
III.   The Hospital (continued) 225
IV.   The Husband of Akoulka 248
V.   The Summer Season 264
VI.   The Animals at the Convict Establishment   286
VII.   Grievances 302
VIII.   My Companions 325
IX.   The Escape 344
X.   Freedom! 363






UNCLE'S DREAM AND THE PERMANENT HUSBAND

By Fedor Dostoieffsky

Translated from the original Russian by Fred Whishaw

CONTENTS OF UNCLE'S DREAM

CHAPTER I.
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
CHAPTER IV.
CHAPTER V.
CHAPTER VI.
CHAPTER VII.
CHAPTER VIII.
CHAPTER IX.
CHAPTER X.
CHAPTER XI.
CHAPTER XII.
CHAPTER XIII.
CHAPTER XIV.
CHAPTER XV.
Footnotes

CONTENTS OF THE PERMANENT HUSBAND

CHAPTER I.
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
CHAPTER IV.
CHAPTER V.
CHAPTER VI.
CHAPTER VII.
CHAPTER VIII.
CHAPTER IX.
CHAPTER X.
CHAPTER XI.
CHAPTER XII.
CHAPTER XIII.
CHAPTER XIV.
CHAPTER XV.
CHAPTER XVI.
CHAPTER XVII.






SHORT STORIES

By Fiodor Dostoievski



CONTENTS

An Honest Thief   1
A Novel in Nine Letters   21
An Unpleasant Predicament   36
Another Man's Wife   101
The Heavenly Christmas Tree   151
The Peasant Marey   156
The Crocodile   163
Bobok   205
The Dream of a Ridiculous Man   225






STAVROGIN'S CONFESSION
AND THE PLAN OF THE LIFE OF A GREAT SINNER

By F. M. Dostoevsky

Translated By S. S. Koteliansky And Virginia Woolf



CONTENTS

  PAGE
Translators' Note 5
New MSS. of F. M. Dostoevsky: Note by the Russian Government 9
Stavrogin's Confession. By F. M. Dostoevsky 17
The Plan of The Life of a Great Sinner. By F. M. Dostoevsky 85
Stavrogin's Meeting with Tikhon. By V. Friche 115
Introduction to the Unpublished Chapter of The Possessed. By V. Komarovich 125
The Unfulfilled Idea: Note on The Life of a Great Sinner. By N. Brodsky 145
Footnotes 171









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