Dostoevsky and Radicalism

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This PowerPoint illustrates the situation of the lower classes in Russia after the Emancipation through art and presents early Russian radicalism as background for discussion of Dostoevsky's Notes from the Underground.

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  • Convicted criminals exiled to Siberia in train w/families
  • Young educated idealist agitating among peasants
  • Dostoevsky and Radicalism

    1. 1. The Wanderers (Peredvizhniki), 1888
    2. 2. Volga Boatman Ilya Repin, 1873
    3. 3. Repair Work on the Railway Konstantin Savitsky, 1874
    4. 4. Stoker Nikolai Yaroshenko, 1878
    5. 5. Troika: Apprentices Hauling Water Vasily Perov, 1886
    6. 6. Life is Everywhere Nikolai Yaroshenko, 1888
    7. 7. Poor People Collecting Coal in an Abandoned Pit Nikolai Kasatkin, 1894
    8. 8. Barge Haulers Alexei Korin, 1897
    9. 9. Family of a Worker Nikolai Kasatkin, 1890s
    10. 10. Washerwomen Abram Arkhipov, c. 1901
    11. 11. Rational Egoism
    12. 12. Nikolai Chernyshevsky 1828-89
    13. 13. Nihilism
    14. 14. Dmitry Pisarev, 1860s 1840-68
    15. 15. Student Nikolai Yaroshenko, 1881
    16. 16. Female Student Nikolai Yaroshenko, 1881
    17. 17. Nihilist Student Ilya Repin, 1883
    18. 18. Arrest of a Nihilist
    19. 19. Death of Bazarov
    20. 20. Populism
    21. 21. Alexander Herzen 1812-70
    22. 22. Alexander Herzen Nikolai Ge, 1867
    23. 23. Peter Lavrov 1823-1900
    24. 24. Mikhail Bakunin, c. 1860 1814-76
    25. 25. The Philanthropists Vladimir Makovsky, 1874
    26. 26. A Teacher in a Village Vladimir Makovsky, 1897
    27. 27. The Condemned , 1872 Vladimir Makovsky
    28. 28. Terrorism
    29. 29. Dmitry Karakozov Ilya Repin, 1866
    30. 30. Sergei Nechaev, 1870 1847-82
    31. 31. Land and Freedom (Founded 1876)
    32. 33. Prisoner Nikolai Yaroshenko, 1878
    33. 34. Vera Zasulich 1849-1919
    34. 35. Dining Room of the Winter Palace after Assassination Attempt, 1879
    35. 36. The Assassination of Alexander II
    36. 41. Alexander II on His Deathbed
    37. 42. Alexander II on His Deathbed Konstantin Makovsky, 1881
    38. 43. Execution of Five Members of The People’s Will April 3, 1881
    39. 46. Revolutionary Meeting Ilya Repin, 1883
    40. 47. They Didn’t Expect Him Ilya Repin, 1888
    41. 48. Arrest of a Propagandist Ilya Repin, 1892
    42. 49. Fyodor Dostoevsky, c. 1841
    43. 50. Mock Execution of the Petrashevtsy, 1849
    44. 51. Omsk Penal Colony
    45. 52. Dostoevsky, 1862
    46. 53. Dostoevsky, 1863
    47. 54. Wiesbaden Casino, Germany
    48. 55. Fyodor Dostoevsky Vasily Perov, 1872
    49. 56. Dostoevsky, 1879
    50. 58. Crystal Palace, 1851
    51. 59. Crystal Palace Great Exhibition of 1851
    52. 60. Dostoevsky Monument, Moscow

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