Fyodor Dostoyevsky – The Brothers Karamazov – First Folio Edition 2008

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Fyodor Dostoyevsky – The Brothers Karamazov – First Folio Edition 2008

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First edition, first printing by The Folio Society of The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, with engravings by Harry Brockway, published in 2008. A near fine book, tightly bound in pictorial boards, boards a little rub worn at extremities, minor printing stain to the title page, internals free from inscriptions, the text block bright and crisp, in original black paper covered slipcase showing very slight handling wear.

The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky is a profound exploration of faith, morality, and the human condition. The novel centres on the turbulent lives of the Karamazov brothers— Alyosha, Dmitry and Ivan—and their complex relationship with their father, Fyodor. When Fyodor is murdered, the brothers confront their own inner conflicts and philosophical dilemmas. Renowned for its deep psychological and existential insights, the novel is a masterpiece of

Russian literature, blending mystery, drama and profound themes.


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First edition, first printing by The Folio Society of The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, with engravings by Harry Brockway, published in 2008. A near fine book, tightly bound in pictorial boards, boards a little rub worn at extremities, minor printing stain to the title page, internals free from inscriptions, the text block bright and crisp, in original black paper covered slipcase showing very slight handling wear.

The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky is a profound exploration of faith, morality, and the human condition. The novel centres on the turbulent lives of the Karamazov brothers— Alyosha, Dmitry and Ivan—and their complex relationship with their father, Fyodor. When Fyodor is murdered, the brothers confront their own inner conflicts and philosophical dilemmas. Renowned for its deep psychological and existential insights, the novel is a masterpiece of

Russian literature, blending mystery, drama and profound themes.