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Ivolgin and Holbein: : Non-Christ Risen vs. Christ Non-Risen

Olga Meerson. "Ivolgin and Holbein: : Non-Christ Risen vs. Christ Non-Risen." Slavic and East European Journal 39.2 (1995): 200-213.

"The relationship of the story told by Ivolgin about a man coming back from the dead to the message Ippolit sees in Holbein's Christ; shows Dostoevsky making use of the apophatic method of Orthodox theology" -- Summed up in Dostoevsky's The Idiot: A critical Companion, pp. 170-171, ed.Liza Knapp.

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