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One of the most profound and disturbing works of nineteenth-century literature, Notes from the Underground
is a probing and speculative work, often regarded as a forerunner to the Existentialist movement. The Gambler
explores the compulsive nature of gambling, one of Dostoevsky's own vices and
a subject he describes with extraordinary acumen and drama. Both works are new translations, specially commissioned for the World's Classics series. About the Series:
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