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Calendar for 200th anniversary of Dostoevsky published in Germany

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Calendar for 200th anniversary of Dostoevsky published in Germany


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The calendar dedicated to the 200th anniversary of Fyodor Dostoevsky was published by the MIR Munich society, which for many years has been promoting and studying Russian culture, the Russkoe Pole newspaper reports.

In Germany, they proudly remember that Dostoevsky lived and worked in this country. Translated from German, the calendar was named "Fyodor Dostoevsky - an expert on the human soul." The publication tells interesting facts about the life and work of the Russian writer, the calendar contains quotes from the studies of the famous German Slavist Ludolf Müller.

Information about Dostoevsky and his works is illustrated with portraits and photos of sculptures by the famous artist Gabriel Glikman.

The idea of ​​releasing the calendar in the year of Dostoevsky's 200th anniversary belongs to the president of the MIR society, Tatyana Lukina, who also drew up the concept of the publication. For 30 years, MIR has been studying the contribution of Russians to the history and culture of Germany, discovering German-Russian ties.

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