Problems of Dostoevsky 's Poetics  

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Problems of Dostoevsky 's Poetics is a book by Bakhtin, an extended version of a work published 1929 as Problemy tvorchestva Dostoevskogo [Problems of Dostoevsky's Art].

"In his 1963 version of Problems of Dostoevsky 's Poetics Bakhtin placed polyphony in its wider generic perspective, tracing its roots to various 'polyphonic' ancient genres, particularly those which fall under the heading of to spoudaiogeloion, the serio-comical, opposed to the serious genres of epic, tragedy, history, and so on, ..." --Horace in Dialogue: Bakhtinian Readings in the Satires





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