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Dostoevsky & Sandy Hook Elementary School

From: John W.
Sent on: Monday, December 17, 2012 3:46 PM

Here's thought-provoking writing for our members (see link below):


Last summer, we read two great Dostoevsky novels: Notes From Underground and Crime and Punishment.  Yesterday's New York Times published an op-ed column that referred to another, and maybe the greatest, Dostoevsky classic - The Brothers Karamazov - in the context of the recent atrocities in Connecticut. 

Yet another reason why we will someday read that superb novel in our group, and why I regard the great Russians as among the most profound of writers.



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