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ῳ Download Paperback [ ↹ Crime and Punishment (Penguin Translated Texts) ] For Free ῼ PDF by Fyodor Dostoevsky † ῳ Download Paperback [ ↹ Crime and Punishment (Penguin Translated Texts) ] For Free ῼ PDF by Fyodor Dostoevsky † A truly great translation Sometimes new translations of old favourites are surplus to our requirements Sometimes, though, a new translation really makes us see a favourite masterpiece afresh And this English version of Crime and Punishment really is better Crime and Punishment, as well as being an horrific story and a compelling drama, is also extremely funny Ready brings out this quality well That knife edge between sentimentality and farce has been so skilfully and delicately captured here Ready s version is colloquial, compellingly modern and in so far as my amateurish knowledge of the language goes much closer to the Russian The central scene in the book is a masterpiece of translation A N Wilson Spectator I was delighted to discover Oliver Ready s new translation of Crime and Punishment It is brimful of a young man s rage and energy and bullshit I adored it Peter Carey This vivid, stylish and rich rendition by Oliver Ready compels the attention of the reader in a way that none of the others I ve read comes close to matching Using a clear and forceful mid 20th century idiom, Ready gives us an entirely new kind of access to Dostoyevsky s singular, self reflexive and at times unnervingly comic text This is the Russian writer s story of moral revolt, guilt and possible regeneration turned into a new work of art It will give a jolt to the nervous system to anyone interested in the enigmatic Russian author John Gray New Statesman, Books of the Year Oliver Ready s translation of Crime and Punishment is a five star hit, which will make you see the original with new eyes A N Wilson Times Literary Supplement, Books of the Year At last we have a translation that brings out the wild humour and vitality of the original Robert Chandler I was bowled over, by the novel itself and the utterly brilliant translation, which grabs you by the lapels and doesn t let go In the course of my work, I go through mountains of nonfiction to try to understand the world This summer, I was reminded of the power of a novel to uncover something much deeper about the human spirit Fareed Zakaria The New York Times Book Review A tour de force built from prose that is not only impeccable in its own right but also perfectly suited to the story, its characters, its epoch and themes We should treasure this new translation and, indeed, this new book New York Journal of Books A dazzlingly agile and robust new translation Ready, who has a practiced ear for Russian dialect and a natural grace with English, is exceptionally deft at navigating the novel s challenges His ability to reproduce the whole heady brew of Dostoyevsky s novel in a consistent but nimble modern English ought to be applauded Los Angeles Review of Books Oliver Ready s version is outstanding in finding le mot juste for all of Dostoevsky s graphic verbs and odd objects few Russian writers have a lexical range to equal Dostoevsky s The Times Literary Supplement Ready s translation is nothing less than a wonder He mirrors the tonal shifts in Dostoyevsky s original nimbly than any English language translator has before, and he catches the dark humour that runs through the book mostly below its surface, and best of all, he captures the essential, unchanging absurdity of Raskolnikov perfectly Ready s version crackles with grubby, demented vitality Steve Donoghue Open Letters Monthly Ready s lively translation succeeds in admirably capturing the psychological intensity of Dostoyevsky s style It replicates natural speech patterns in a way that Pevear and Volokhonsky s rather stilted translation does not Ready s English prose is rhythmic and, at times, poetic It is the novel s sense of frenzy that Ready so brilliantly captures in his new translation, which will ensure that another generation of readers remains enraptured by Crime and Punishment Slavic and East European Journal Ready s vivid, new version is than a Titanic idea of a great translation It is the real thing Crisp and compelling, building on staccato rhythmic structures to heighten the novel s dramatic tension, then elegantly sidling into Dostoyevsky s abrupt denouement, his translation brings new life to a 150 year old classic, rendering the familiar in fresh light The Wichita Eagle A gorgeous translation Inside one finds an excellent apparatus a chronology, a terrific contextualizing introduction, a handy compendium of suggestions for further reading, and cogent notes on the translation But the best part is Ready s supple translation of the novel itself Ready manages to cleave as closely as any prior translator to both spirit and letter, while rendering them into an English that is a relief to read The East West Review What a pleasure it is to see Oliver Ready s new translation bring renewed power to one of the world s greatest works of fiction Ready s work is of substantial and superb quality His version portrays viscerally and vividly the contradictory nature of Raskolnikov s consciousness Ready evokes the crux of Crime and Punishment with power than the previous translators have with an enviably raw economy of prose The Curator An excellent new translation Critical Mass Ready s new translation of Crime and Punishment is thoughtful and elegant and shows us once again why this novel is one of the most intriguing psychological studies ever written His translation also manages to revive the disturbing humour of the original In some places, Ready s version echoes Pevear and Volokhonsky s prize winning Nineties version, but he often renders Dostoyevsky s text lucidly while retaining its deliberately uncomfortable feel Ready s colloquial, economical use of language gives the text a new power Russia Beyond the HeadlinesFyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky was born in Moscow in 1821 His debut, the epistolary novella Poor Folk 1846 , made his name In 1849 he was arrested for involvement with the politically subversive Petrashevsky circle and until 1854 he lived in a convict prison in Omsk, Siberia From this experience came The House of the Dead 1860 2 In 1860 he began the journal Vremya Time Already married, he fell in love with one of his contributors, Appollinaria Suslova, eighteen years his junior, and developed a ruinous passion for roulette After the death of his first wife, Maria, in 1864, Dostoyevsky completed Notes from Underground and began work towards Crime and Punishment 1866 The major novels of his late period are The Idiot 1868 , Demons 1871 2 and The Brothers Karamazov 1879 80 He died in 1881 Oliver Ready is Research Fellow in Russian Society and Culture at St Antony s College, Oxford He is general editor of the anthology, The Ties of Blood Russian Literature from the 21st Century 2008 , and Consultant Editor for Russia, Central and Eastern Europe at the Times Literary Supplement. 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    • Crime and Punishment (Penguin Translated Texts)
    • 3.1
    • 253
    • Paperback
    • 736 pages
    • Fyodor Dostoevsky
    • English
    • 25 April 2016

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