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Dostoevsky's Secret Code : The Allegory of Elijah the Prophet. There is, however, yet to be explored in the writer’s thickly-set enfleshed world what might be termed a poetics of the body. The irony in the relationship between Ivan's poetic word and the old priest's quickly decaying: flesh is that the Word does once again become flesh, but in the same fan- tastic way that some critics believe that Christ introduces himself back into a radically secular world of Petersburg in the figure of the epileptic Prince Myshkin of The Idiot. The body of Zosima, with its intimate odors and scandalously memorable decomposing flesh, represents, then, an ironic in- carnational witness to holiness and human transformation.

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American subscribers add $1.50 for postage; foreign subscribers add $3.00 for postage. Copyright © 1993 by Charles Schlacks, Jr., Publisher. Nothing my be reprinted, retrieved or copied without written permission from the publisher. Poslednii god Dostoevskogo (Joseph Frank) 119 Sergei Belov. Subscription rates: Institutions — $30.00; Faculty — $20.00; full-time Students - $15.00. We publish on a semi-annual basis now but eventually we shall reach a quarterly publication schedule. Some of the more noteworthy books on this subject include Robert Romanyshyn's Technology as Symptom and Dream (New York: Routledge, 1989), and his earlier Psychological Life: From Science to Metaphor (Austin: Univ. Literature and the Body: Essays on Populations and Persons (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ. This latter point, which will bear on a discussion of Karamazov specifically, is the most important as- pect of Michael Holquist's description of the novel. Especially helpfiil books dealing with body imagery in literature include The Making of the Modem Body: Sexuality and Society in the Nineteenth Century, ed. I have dealt with this theme in two previous articles, the first influenced in part by Robert Louis Jackson'3 article on "The Peasant Marei.” "Is Memory Metaphorical or is Metaphor Memorial? Louise Cowan (Dallas: Dallas Institute Press, 1984), pp. Jones, for example, focuses on the stinking flesh only long enough to allow a comparison with Poor People (301). "Mythical Implications of Father Zosima's Religious Teaching," Slavic Review 38, No.

Reasoned Abstraction 6 Bakh tin's suggestion that to be embodied is a lready to be part of a larger community, that our shared incarnation initiates! 6 Dostoevsky Studies human body, "the incarnational aspect of human life." 11 Ralph Matlaw begins a very interesting discussion of Zosima's corrupt- ing corpse compared to the young Iliusha's body that, while fero- ciously diseased in life, gives off no odor in death, 12 but he does not extend the two images beyond their suggestion of miracle or its absence. Zosima's Discourse in Brothers Karamazov." New Essays on Dostoevsky . Malcolm Jones and Garth Terry (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. If Christ’s presence in the world sacralizes it, then Zosima’s words that each is responsible for all take on further poignancy.

Through his struggle to continue to believe, we un- derstand that faith may be understood most fully as an act of imagination based on the image of the body as sacred emblem of the Word, whose prototype is Christ.

( Zarubezhnaia liieratura: Problemy metoda, 3) Kushnikova, M.

"The Genesis of Classical Science and the Problem of Nonidentity " in his Reason and Being.

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American subscribers add $1.50 for postage; foreign subscribers add $3.00 for postage. Copyright © 1993 by Charles Schlacks, Jr., Publisher. Nothing my be reprinted, retrieved or copied without written permission from the publisher. Poslednii god Dostoevskogo (Joseph Frank) 119 Sergei Belov. Subscription rates: Institutions — $30.00; Faculty — $20.00; full-time Students - $15.00. We publish on a semi-annual basis now but eventually we shall reach a quarterly publication schedule. Some of the more noteworthy books on this subject include Robert Romanyshyn's Technology as Symptom and Dream (New York: Routledge, 1989), and his earlier Psychological Life: From Science to Metaphor (Austin: Univ. Literature and the Body: Essays on Populations and Persons (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ. This latter point, which will bear on a discussion of Karamazov specifically, is the most important as- pect of Michael Holquist's description of the novel. Especially helpfiil books dealing with body imagery in literature include The Making of the Modem Body: Sexuality and Society in the Nineteenth Century, ed. I have dealt with this theme in two previous articles, the first influenced in part by Robert Louis Jackson'3 article on "The Peasant Marei.” "Is Memory Metaphorical or is Metaphor Memorial? Louise Cowan (Dallas: Dallas Institute Press, 1984), pp. Jones, for example, focuses on the stinking flesh only long enough to allow a comparison with Poor People (301). "Mythical Implications of Father Zosima's Religious Teaching," Slavic Review 38, No. Reasoned Abstraction 6 Bakh tin's suggestion that to be embodied is a lready to be part of a larger community, that our shared incarnation initiates! 6 Dostoevsky Studies human body, "the incarnational aspect of human life." 11 Ralph Matlaw begins a very interesting discussion of Zosima's corrupt- ing corpse compared to the young Iliusha's body that, while fero- ciously diseased in life, gives off no odor in death, 12 but he does not extend the two images beyond their suggestion of miracle or its absence. Zosima's Discourse in Brothers Karamazov." New Essays on Dostoevsky . Malcolm Jones and Garth Terry (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. If Christ’s presence in the world sacralizes it, then Zosima’s words that each is responsible for all take on further poignancy. Through his struggle to continue to believe, we un- derstand that faith may be understood most fully as an act of imagination based on the image of the body as sacred emblem of the Word, whose prototype is Christ. ( Zarubezhnaia liieratura: Problemy metoda, 3) Kushnikova, M. "The Genesis of Classical Science and the Problem of Nonidentity " in his Reason and Being.

.50 for postage; foreign subscribers add .00 for postage. Copyright © 1993 by Charles Schlacks, Jr., Publisher. Nothing my be reprinted, retrieved or copied without written permission from the publisher. Poslednii god Dostoevskogo (Joseph Frank) 119 Sergei Belov. Subscription rates: Institutions — .00; Faculty — .00; full-time Students - .00. We publish on a semi-annual basis now but eventually we shall reach a quarterly publication schedule. Some of the more noteworthy books on this subject include Robert Romanyshyn's Technology as Symptom and Dream (New York: Routledge, 1989), and his earlier Psychological Life: From Science to Metaphor (Austin: Univ. Literature and the Body: Essays on Populations and Persons (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ. This latter point, which will bear on a discussion of Karamazov specifically, is the most important as- pect of Michael Holquist's description of the novel. Especially helpfiil books dealing with body imagery in literature include The Making of the Modem Body: Sexuality and Society in the Nineteenth Century, ed. I have dealt with this theme in two previous articles, the first influenced in part by Robert Louis Jackson'3 article on "The Peasant Marei.” "Is Memory Metaphorical or is Metaphor Memorial? Louise Cowan (Dallas: Dallas Institute Press, 1984), pp. Jones, for example, focuses on the stinking flesh only long enough to allow a comparison with Poor People (301). "Mythical Implications of Father Zosima's Religious Teaching," Slavic Review 38, No. Reasoned Abstraction 6 Bakh tin's suggestion that to be embodied is a lready to be part of a larger community, that our shared incarnation initiates! 6 Dostoevsky Studies human body, "the incarnational aspect of human life." 11 Ralph Matlaw begins a very interesting discussion of Zosima's corrupt- ing corpse compared to the young Iliusha's body that, while fero- ciously diseased in life, gives off no odor in death, 12 but he does not extend the two images beyond their suggestion of miracle or its absence. Zosima's Discourse in Brothers Karamazov." New Essays on Dostoevsky . Malcolm Jones and Garth Terry (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. If Christ’s presence in the world sacralizes it, then Zosima’s words that each is responsible for all take on further poignancy. Through his struggle to continue to believe, we un- derstand that faith may be understood most fully as an act of imagination based on the image of the body as sacred emblem of the Word, whose prototype is Christ. ( Zarubezhnaia liieratura: Problemy metoda, 3) Kushnikova, M. "The Genesis of Classical Science and the Problem of Nonidentity " in his Reason and Being.

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