Victor V. Dudkin

Victor V. Dudkin, Doctor of Philological Sciences, Full professor, one of the leading Research Fellows in the area of literary communication between Russia and Europe, author of publications on poetics and philosophy in the works of Shakespeare, F.Dostoevsky and A.Blok. 

 

Selected publications


  1. Nonclassical XX-th century / edited by V.V. Dudkin. Part 2. Literary convergences: Sweden-Russia-America. — Petrozavodsk: PetrSU publ., 2014. — 81 p.
  2. A roulette wheel as the paradigm of Dostoevsky’s destiny and creative process//Dostoevsky and Modern age. The 28th International Readings in Old Russian Culture Proceedings of 2013.— Velikiy Novgorod, 2014. — Pp. 54-72.
  3. Т. Mann about Dostoevsky, «but to some extent» // Dostoevsky and Modern age. The 27th International Readings in Old Russian Culture Proceedings of 2012. — Velikiy Novgorod, 2013. — Pp. 73—85.
  4. «The unexpressed» in the works of Dante and Dostoevsky//Dostoevsky: Philosophical thinking and viewpoint of the author. St. Petersburg: Dmitry Bulanin, 2012.
  5. On the way toward genre renewal: French novel of the first third of the 20th century and F.M. Dostoevsky// Dostoevsky and Modern age. The 26th International Readings in Old Russian Culture Proceedings of 2011. — Velikiy Novgorod, 2012. — Pp. 121—131.
  6. “The unexpressed» in the works of Dante, Goethe and Dostoevsky// The Problems of Historical Poetics. Petrozavodsk : PetrSu Publ., 2012. — Issue. 10: Gospel text in Russian Literature of the 18th-20th Centuries: Quotation, Reminiscence, Motif, Plot, Genre. — Issue. 7. — Pp. 86—113.
  7. An Anthill in Dostoevsky’s works (from a metaphor to a concept) // Sub specie tolerantiae. In honor of V.A. Tunimanov; the Institute of Russian Literature (the Pushkin House), the Russian Academy of Sciences/edited by А. G. Grodetskaya. — St.Petersburg : Nauka, 2008. — Pp. 147—154.
  8. Literary harbingers of “The Possessed”: («Fiesco’s Conspiracy in Genoa” by Schiller) // Dostoevsky. Materials and researches. — St. Petersburg, 2007. — Vol. 18. — Pp. 180—190.
  9. Dostoevsky and Nietzsche (The problem of Man). — Petrozavodsk, 1994. — 153 p.
  10. Dudkin V.V., Azadovsky К. М. Dostoevsky in Germany (1846—1921): review // Literary heritage. — Moscow: Nauka, 1973. Vol. 86: F. М. Dostoevsky: new materials and researches. — Pp. 659— 740.