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Dostoevsky and the Roots of Modern Terrorism

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Submitted by Jack Moran (United States), Aug 10, 2009 at 13:17

I am delighted to see that someone has read my paper: The Lion and the Mouse.

I have just published a book which deals with this topic in greater detail: The Solution of the Fist: Dostoevsky and the Roots of Modern Terrorism (Lexington Books). The individual who wrote this last comment might find this interesting.

Jack

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