What is another word for Feodor Dostoyevsky?

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[ fˈiːdɔː dˌɒstɔ͡ɪˈɛvski], [ fˈiːdɔː dˌɒstɔ‍ɪˈɛvski], [ f_ˈiː_d_ɔː d_ˌɒ_s_t_ɔɪ_ˈɛ_v_s_k_i]

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How to use "Feodor dostoyevsky" in context?

Feodor Dostoyevsky was a Russian novelist and philosopher who wrote some of the most famous Russian novels of all time. His work covers a vast range of subjects, from crime and justice to love and morality.

Dostoevsky was born in 1821 in Moscow, Russia. He spent much of his childhood in poverty and was forced to work as a clerk in a government office. There, he developed a strong interest in literature, and began writing short stories.

Dostoevsky's first novel, "Crime and Punishment", was published in 1866.

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