“Fyodor Dostoevsky’s literary word in modern Greek translations”
An online lecture by Associate Professor E.P. Litinskaya “The literary word of FM Dostoevsky in modern Greek translations”, which was attended by teachers and students of the Department of Russian Philology and Slavic Studies and undergraduates in the direction “Translation: Greek, English and Russian” at the National University of Athens.
E.P. Litinskaya presented an analysis of excerpts from the debut novel “Poor People” and the novel “Crime and Punishment”, embodied in the Greek linguistic culture. Dostoevsky’s translations into the modern Greek language appeared relatively recently and represent the most interesting material for research.
Participants noted the deep philological and inspired reading of the original texts and interpretations in Greek.
O. Alexandropoulou, Chairman of the Department of Russian Philology and Slavic Studies:
The topic is extremely broad. I am delighted with how you structured your lecture. Indeed, a very detailed, clear, inspiring view of the material you have been working with. The methodological direction and practical advice are wonderful, in my opinion. I want to thank you. I really hope for the continuation of cooperation in general and in the study of Dostoevsky’s work in particular.
P. Rylik, lecturer at the Department of Russian Philology and Slavic Studies, noted:
Wonderful lecture. I got an aesthetic pleasure.
T.S. Borisova, Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Philology and Slavic Studies, expressed the hope that this presentation will become an impetus for students studying Russian language and culture at the University of Athens to write research papers on the works of F.M. Dostoevsky.
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