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(1970). Psychoanalytic Review. LV, 1968: Dostoevsky's Notebooks for Crime and Punishment. Edward Wasiolek. Pp. 349-359.. Psychoanal Q., 39:164.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psychoanalytic Review. LV, 1968: Dostoevsky's Notebooks for Crime and Punishment. Edward Wasiolek. Pp. 349-359.

(1970). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 39:164

Psychoanalytic Review. LV, 1968: Dostoevsky's Notebooks for Crime and Punishment. Edward Wasiolek. Pp. 349-359.

Dostoevsky gave instructions to himself that demonstrate the careful way in which he constructed Crime and Punishment. He was interested in factual accuracy, in appearance versus reality, and in evasion versus truth. The author hopes to put to rest careless references about the ineptness of Dostoevsky in matters of technique and craft.

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(1970). Psychoanalytic Review. LV, 1968. Psychoanal. Q., 39:164

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