Digital Dostoevsky

I’ve been surprised many times in the past several years to see how popular Dostoevsky is among Japanese students. I’ve seen students reading his novels in both Japanese and English translations, both for classes and for pleasure. I’ve seen his name on New Year’s Resolution lists of “books I want to read this year”. I’ve seen him used as a research topic.

So here’s a collection of his works that you can read and listen to for free. Some are e-books, some are audio books. This is what’s available as of now:

You can even listen to some of the stories on iTunes

(via Open Culture)

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