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Author: Anna L. Gumerova
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PhD in Philology, Academic Secretary of the Centre “Dostoevsky and World Culture” at the Gorky Institute of World Literature RAS (Moscow).

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Author 2: Tatyana G. Magaril-Il’yaeva
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Associate Researcher at the Centre “Dostoevsky and World Culture”, Gorky Institute of World Literature RAS, Moscow.

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Gumerova A.L., Magaril-Il’yaeva T.G. “…No One Has Ever Heard Their Word or Voice”: Mark Rozovsky’s “Ubivetz (The Murderer)”. Review. Dostoevsky and World Culture, Philological journal, 2019, No 4 (8), pp. 202-208

Issue: 2019 № 4(8)
Department: DOSTOEVSKY ON STAGE
Pages: 202-208
DOI: 10.22455/2619-0311-2019-4-202-208
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