The Living Corpse (Odoevsky)
Written in the first person, it is the story of Vasilii Kuz'mich Aristidov, who wakes up one morning to find himself a ghost. A work of social satire, it reads on a number of levels, and can be considered a vehicle for Odoevsky's own philosophical ideas.
- Vladimir Odoevsky and Romantic Poetics: Collected Essays by Neil Cornwell
- Cornwell, N. (1998). Vladimir Odoevsky and Romantic Poetics: Collected Essays. Berghahn Books. p. 13. ISBN 9781571819079. Retrieved 2015-05-14.
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