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Anna Schur
Department of English



Wages of Evil: Dostoevsky and Punishment. Northwestern UP, forthcoming.


"From Turgenev to Bitov: The Superfluous Men and Postmodern Selves." Russian Literature 65 (2009):561-578.

"The Poetics of 'Pattern Penitence': 'Pet Prisoners' and Plagiarized Selves." In Stones of Law --Bricks of Shame: Narrating Imprisonment in the Victorian Age, edited by Frank Lauterbach and Jan Alber, 134-153. University of Toronto Press, 2009.

"Beyond Moral Evangelism: On the Rejection of Punishment in Late Tolstoy." Tolstoy Studies Journal 20 (2008):38-53.

"Shades of Justice: The Trial of Sholom Schwartzbard and Dovid Bergelson's 'Among Refugees'." Law and Literature 19 (2007):15-43.

"On 'Sticking to the Fact' and 'Understanding Nothing': Dostoevsky and the Scientific Method." The Russian Review 65 ( 2006): 417-438. (Under Kaladiouk).

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