This is a fine (like new) hardcover. Franklin Library 1982. This is one of Franklin Library The Greatest Books of the World's Greatest Writers series published in leatherette (imitation leather). It is NOT one of the Limited Edition Signed full leather books that Franklin Library has published. Although similar, the Greatest Books series featured fine binding but are not bound in leather, rather imitation leather giving the fine binding a more refined look. This copy does have handsome sewn binding with decorative endpapers and the page edges are tipped in gold. Red hardcover boards with gold design and lettering. This copy is crisp and clean inside and out. Pages are crisp, clean and free of markings. Binding tight and straight like new. There is a facsimile signature of Feodor Dostoevsky but is NOT a signed copy, just laid in facsimile signature page, which is a nice touch but noted not a signed copy.
This novel from Russian writer Feodor Dostoevsky was fist published in The Russian Messenger in 12 installments in 1866. In this novel, Dostoevsky highlighted the dangers of both utilitarianism and rationalism.
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