Old and New Masters (Paperback)

By Robert Lynd

Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 9781512126174, 116pp.

Publication Date: May 9, 2015

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Hardcover, Large Print (8/18/2008)
Hardcover (8/18/2008)
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Mr. George Moore once summed up Crime and Punishment as "Gaboriau with psychological sauce." He afterwards apologized for the epigram, but he insisted that all the same there is a certain amount of truth in it. And so there is. Dostoevsky's visible world was a world of sensationalism. He may in the last analysis be a great mystic or a great psychologist; but he almost always reveals his genius on a stage crowded with people who behave like the men and women one reads about in the police news. There are more murders and attempted murders in his books than in those of any other great novelist. His people more nearly resemble madmen and wild beasts than normal human beings.