Stephan Lipke, SJ


Perhaps few experienced the restless 19th century as intensely as Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky (1821-81). His was a very strong experience of an era, his life full of personal misfortune. The artistic expression of what he lived through affected others as deeply as himself. When his debut epistolary novel Poor Folk (1846) was enthusiastically received by… Read the full article