Ф. М. Достоевский – 200 лет со дня рождения
Восприятие его творчества в Норвегии сто лет тому назад
Keywords:Dostoevsky, Russian literature in Norway
This article explores two Norwegian publications related to Dostoevskij, both of which were published in 1922. In his doctoral dissertation, Martin Gran, who was the first scholar in Norway to defend a dissertation in the field of Slavic studies, discussed the works of the young Dostoevskij. The second publication under scrutiny is Erik Krag’s novel Ottar Wreike, which shows influence from Dostoevskij’s Raskol’nikov.
Достоевский, Ф. М. 1973. Полное собрание сочинений в 30 т. Т. 6. Ленинград: Наука.
Gran, Martin. 1922. Dostojevskis ungdomsverker. Kristiania: Gyldendal.
Krag, Erik. 1922. Ottar Wreike. Kristiania: Gyldendal.
Krag, Erik. 1923. «Sigurd Mathisen». Akademisk tidsskrift 1.
Mathiesen, Sigurd. 1903. Hide Unas. København.: Det nordiske Forlag.
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