Dostoevsky Portrayed by His Wife: The Diary and Reminiscences of Mme. Dostoevsky

Dostoevsky Portrayed by His Wife: The Diary and Reminiscences of Mme. Dostoevsky

Anna Grigoryevna Dostoyevskaya S.S. Koteliansky / Oct 27, 2020

Dostoevsky Portrayed by His Wife The Diary and Reminiscences of Mme Dostoevsky The two note books of the diary of Mme Dostoevsky the rough notes of her lengthy Reminiscences unfinished at the time of her death all in her own hand writing and copies of her husband s letters t

  • Title: Dostoevsky Portrayed by His Wife: The Diary and Reminiscences of Mme. Dostoevsky
  • Author: Anna Grigoryevna Dostoyevskaya S.S. Koteliansky
  • ISBN: 9781317664116
  • Page: 157
  • Format: ebook
  • The two note books of the diary of Mme Dostoevsky, the rough notes of her lengthy Reminiscences, unfinished at the time of her death, all in her own hand writing, and copies of her husband s letters to her from 1866 to 1881, were found in August 1922.The Diary is a large volume of about 400 pages, published in the original Russian by the Central Archives in 1923 Both notThe two note books of the diary of Mme Dostoevsky, the rough notes of her lengthy Reminiscences, unfinished at the time of her death, all in her own hand writing, and copies of her husband s letters to her from 1866 to 1881, were found in August 1922.The Diary is a large volume of about 400 pages, published in the original Russian by the Central Archives in 1923 Both note books relate to the time when the Dostoevskys were living abroad in Berlin, Dresden and Baden whilst the Reminiscences was intended as a complete character portrait.This volume, first published in 1923, presents such selections from the entries in the diary, the Reminiscences, and correspondence as is valuable for the better understanding of Dostoevsky It offers remarkable insights into his often opaque personality, particularly in relation to his personal habits, his manner and character, and his relationship with his devoted wife, Anna Gregorevna.

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      • Anna Grigoryevna Dostoyevskaya S.S. Koteliansky

        Anna Grigoryevna Dostoyevskaya Russian 12 September 1846, Saint Petersburg 9 June 1918, Yalta was a Russian memoirist, stenographer, assistant, and the second wife of Fyodor Dostoyevsky since 1867 She was also one of the first female philatelists in Russia She wrote two biographical books about Fyodor Dostoyevsky Anna Dostoyevskaya s Diary in 1867, which was published in 1923 after her death, and Memoirs of Anna Dostoyevskaya also known as Reminiscence of Anna Dostoyevskaya , published in 1925.Early LifeAnna Dostoyevskaya, n e Snitkina was born to Maria Anna and Grigory Ivanovich Snitkin Anna graduated academic high school summa cum laude and subsequently trained as a stenographer.MarriageOn 4 October 1866, Anna Snitkina started working as a stenographer on Fyodor Dostoyevsky s novel The Gambler In November Dostoyevsky proposed to her.As described in the Memoirs, Dostoyevsky shared with Anna the plot of an imaginary new novel, as if he needed her advice on female psychology In his story an old painter made a proposal to young girl whose name was Anya Dostoyevsky asked if it was possible for a girl so young and different in personality to fall in love with the painter Anna answered that it was quite possible Then he told Anna Put yourself in her place for a moment Imagine I am the painter, I confessed to you and asked you to be my wife What would you answer Anna said I would answer that I love you and I will love you forever.On 15 February 1867, the couple were married Two months later they went abroad, where Dostoyevsky and Anna remained for over four years until July 1871 Shortly before their departure two of Dostoyevsky s creditors filed charges against him.During a stop in Baden, Dostoyevsky lost all of his money playing roulette, as well as his wife s clothes and belongings At that time Anna started writing the diary For almost a year they lived in Geneva Dostoyevsky worked very hard to regain his fortune On 22 February 1868 their first daughter Sofia was born, but she died on 24 May at the age of three months In 1869, in Dresden, their second daughter was born, named Lyubov Dostoyevskaya died in 1926 Upon returning to St Petersburg Anna gave birth two sons Fyodor 16 July 1871 1922 and Alexey 10 August 1875 16 May 1878 Anna took over all finance issues, including publishing business matters and negotiations, and soon liberated her husband from debt In 1871, Dostoyevsky gave up gambling.Later LifeIn the year of Dostoyevsky s death 1881 Anna turned 35 years old She never remarried After the death of her husband she collected his manuscripts, letters, documents and photographs In 1906 she created a room dedicated to Fyodor Dostoyevsky in the State Historical Museum.PhilatelyHer stamp collection was established in 1867 in Dresden It started, as explained in the Memoirs of Anna Dostoyevskaya, with a dispute between Anna and Fyodor Dostoyevsky, who made some critical comments about female inconstancy Anna was annoyed that her husband did not consider women of her generation capable of persistence or devotion to anything She told her husband that she would prove him wrong and show him that a woman may pursue one goal for years She decided to collect stamps and filled up her collection throughout her life According to the Memoirs, she didn t buy a single stamp All of them were either her own discoveries or donations from friends The fate of this collection is unknown.


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