By Fyodor Dostoyevsky
With a similar suppleness, strength, and variety of voices that received their translation of The Brothers Karamazov the PEN/Book-of-the-Month membership Prize, Pevear and Volokhonsky supply an excellent translation of Dostoevsky's vintage novel that provides a transparent perception into this fabulous mental mystery. "The most sensible (translation) at the moment available"--Washington publish booklet global.
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Historical experiences had not stopped short with the Muscovite era. The dramatic innovations introduced by Peter the Great had not simply slid off the backs of noblemen and women. They had been effectively incorporated into a new autocratic culture, just as earlier generations had adapted to the growth of the administrative machine. For a group that was supposedly steeped in naive monarchism, the rankand-¤le nobility accepted the entire project of limiting autocratic rule with astonishing alacrity.
In the terms of the day, the two outcomes were not dissimilar: either solution obligated the autocrat to hear noble complaints and meet noble needs; either prevented the consolidation of a hated oligarchy. The events of 1730 provide a vivid illustration of the amalgamation of levels and understandings of political and social life that had been characteristic of Muscovite political culture and that came to characterize noble political culture in the eighteenth century. The nobles’ plans expose the interpenetration and dynamic interplay of various planes of state and society, culture and politics.
The council, comprised primarily of members of the two leading families of the land, selected Duchess Anna of Courland, niece of Peter the Great. Under the direction of Prince Dmitrii Mikhailovich Golitsyn, the council also took the radical step of issuing a set of conditions under which the new empress would rule. ” In effect, the conditions would have created a limited monarchy under the authority of the Supreme Privy Council. Anna signed the conditions before beginning her journey from Mittau to Russia.
Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky