About this Blog

[Project D] is a blog, launched in November 2010, devoted to the reading, discussion and study of Dostoevsky’s last four novels: The Idiot, The Demons, Crime and Punishment, and The Brothers Karamazov.

The site curator is Dennis Abrams. Write to him if you wish to participate in the discussion.

Dennis also curated a blog called The Cork-Lined Room, which lead readers through Marcel Proust’s masterpiece, In Search of Lost.

Both [Project D] and The Cork-Lined Room are online projects of PublishingPerspectives.com, a website for international publishing news and opinion.


3 Responses to About this Blog

  1. Rick Delaney says:

    I finished “Brothers Karamazov” yesterday (July 8). I had begun it a month or so ago. I will be checking in with your blog each day, as, ahem, there’s plenty in the novel that, I’m sure, I didn’t grasp or wanted to know more about.
    Having said that, I am going back to Proust. I had paused at the end of chapter one of Sodom and Gommorah. Do you know right off the bat which month this section was covered? If not, that’s ok. I’ll go through the blog posts and find it.
    Many thanks,
    Rick Delaney

    • Rick:

      I don’t know off hand, sorry. I hope you enjoyed Karamazov though, and even more so, I hope you’ll be able to find time to join in the conversation — especially as we delve into the next few chapters, Ivan, and the Legend of the Grand Inquisitor. There will be much to talk about — and your contributions are highly prized.


  2. lit is dead says:

    why do u not include the house of the dead in ur list? what is it u wish to discuss?

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