Dostoevsky's Difference

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It is Dostoevsky's achievement to have envisaged human life in this unfinalizable way and to have found the artistic means of representing it. To do so he rejects the authorial excess of seeing and in a Copernican revolution of novelistic form he centers the whole novel upon the interactive consciousnesses of the characters. (PM, BR, 88)