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This new edition presents 'The Grand Inquisitor' together with the preceding chapter, 'Rebellion', and the extended reply offered by Dostoevsky in the following sections, entitles 'The Russian Monk'. By showing how Dostoevsky frames the Grand Inquisitor story in the wider context of the novel, this edition captures the sublety and power of Dostoevsky's critique of modernity as well as his alternative vision of human fulfilment.
Table of Contents
|Note on the Translation||vii||(2)|
|Book V Pro and Contra||3||(36)|
|Book VI The Russian Monk||39|
|Notes of the Life in God of the Deceased Priest and Monk, the Elder Zossima, Taken from His Own Words||39|