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    BOOK REVIEW ARTICLEPaul Fung Dostoevsky and the Epileptic Mode of Being London Legenda Modern Humanities Research Association and Maney Publishing 2015 Illustrations Bibliography Index xi 148 pp 9900 clothPaul Fung’s book is a welcome addition to philosophical treatises on the subject of Dostoevsky The first a

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CHARACTERS ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Paul Fung

Or comprehend results in disappointment or what Dostoevsky called a mystical terror Dostoevsky's heroes are unable fully to understand and the Epileptic PDFEPUB #232 this state and their existence becomes 'epileptic' in so and the Epileptic Mode of MOBI #224 far as self knowledge and self coincidence are never achieved Fung explores new critical pathways by reexamining five of Dostoevsky's post Siberian novels Drawing on insights

SUMMARY Dostoevsky and the Epileptic Mode of Being

Dostoevsky and the Epileptic Mode of Being

From writers including Benjamin Blanchot Freud Lacan and the Epileptic Mode of MOBI #224 and Nietzsche the book takes epilepsy as a trope for discussing the unspeakable moments in the texts and is intended for students and scholars who are interested in the subject of modernity critiue of the visual and dialogues between philosophy and literature Paul Fung is Assistant Professor in English at Hang Seng Management College Hong Kong

CHARACTERS ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Paul Fung

For Fyodor the Epileptic PDF #202 Dostoevskywho lived with epileptic seizures for than thirty years illness is an ineradicable part of existence Epilepsy in his writings denotes both a set of physical symptoms and a state of survival in which the protagonists Dostoevsky and ePUB #192 incessantly try to articulate theorize or master what is ungraspable in their everyday experience Their attempts to deal with what they cannot control