Dostoevsky and Parricide
"Dostoevsky and Parricide" (German: Dostojewski und die Vatertötung) is a 1928 article by Sigmund Freud that argues that the greatest works of world literature all concern parricide (the killing of parents or other close relatives): Oedipus the King, Hamlet, and The Brothers Karamazov.
- SLOBODANKA VLADIV-GLOVER - Dostoyevsky, Freud and Parricide; Deconstructive Notes on "The Brothers Karamazov" in New Zealand Slavonic Journal(1993), pp. 7-34
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