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323 Index act/deed: Nietzsche on, 209; as transform­ ative, 212–13, 299n10; women as terror /ists and, 233. See also word and deed (slovo i delo) activism (acts of fanaticism), 95, 96, 97, 99, 112. See also word and deed (slovo i delo) acts, unheard of: in Demons (Dostoevsky), 110–13,129–30,283nn12–13;inGogol’s writings, 113, 283n13; Karakozov and, 71, 94, 111–12. See also dare to act (audacity) aestheticsinliterature,and“TheThreshold” (Turgenev), 216, 222, 223 aesthetics of murder: The Brothers Karamazov (Dostoevsky) and, 200–201; in Crime and Punishment (Dostoevsky), 82, 85– 86,88–90,129,195,200,279n17,280n27; in Demons (Dostoevsky), 127, 129, 193, 200; morality and, 89, 279n17; Pisarev on, 88, 280n34; utilitarianism and, 280n34. See also murder as/as not terrorism /revolutionary terrorism “After the Execution of November 4” (Anonymous), 222 Alexander II, Tsar: censorship by, 49–50; death/funeral of, 4–5, 211–12; Dos­ toevsky as loyal to, 13, 44, 147, 151, 153, 290n11; the Emancipation or new era and, 43–44, 273n10; on filial piety, 290n13; image of, 212, 237, 302n8; jubilee address for, 147, 151, 153, 198, 199– 200; liberal reforms under, 43–44, 170, 213; martyr(s)/martyrdom and, 212, 298n6; mourning/celebration of death of, 248–49; murder as/as not terror/ ism under, 98–99, 113–14; People’s Will or Narodnaia volia and, 213; Supreme Administrative Commission and, 188–89, 198, 242, 296n3; sympathy or sochuvstvie for, 154; Victoria (Queen of England) as relation of, 246; the West on, 247, 248; Young Russia (Zaich­nev­sky) and, 50 Alexander III, Tsar (Alexander Alexandro­ vich Romanov), 12, 66, 116–17, 188, 213, 241–42, 298n9 Alexandrov, P. A., as defense attorney for Zasulich: corporal punishment digression and, 170–71, 293n14; on flogging 324 Index Alexandrov, P. A. (continued ) of Bogoliubov by Trepov, 161, 162, 174, 175; human dignity/rights and, 171, 293n14; Marian figure, 234; political radical(s)/violence information about Zasulich, 160; religious metaphors and, 169–70, 181–82, 185; sentimentalism strategy by, 292n6; suffering and, 170–71, 293n14; summation by, 161, 168–75, 181–82, 183–85, 215, 292n6, 293n14; witnesses’ testimony and, 161–65, 174–75 anarchists/ism: Bakhunin’s Hegelianinspired thesis of, 36, 304n34; Bakunin and, 36; bombs and, 260; Demons (Dos­ toevsky) and, 106, 107, 112; Fenians compared with, 254–55; in France, 108, 260; Nihilists/nihilists as synonym for, 226; terror/ism and, 250, 253; Tolstoy and, 61, 77; Turgenev and, 61; in the West, 224, 258, 300n1 Anderson, Sean, 264n9 Annenkov, Pavel, 219, 270n54, 299n3 anti-colonialism, 12, 264n10 anti-Nihilists/anti-nihilists: about, 83, 272n9; counterterrorism in the West and, 255, 305n22, 306n37; Demons (Dostoevsky) and, 107, 127, 129, 132; literature by, 13, 132. See also Nihilists/ nihilists Apollonio, Carol, 120, 132, 286n25 Arendt, Hannah, 186, 188, 289n19 Aristogeiton, 19, 88, 267n7 Arnold, Matthew, 134 Arrest of the Propagandist (Repin), 257 arson/arsonists: as Nihilists/nihilists, 45; as terror/ists, 45, 46, 48–51, 60–61, 273n23; word and deed and, 50–51 artistic-political rivalry, 242, 243–44, 246, 304n34 assassination/assassination attempt(s) on Alexander II: aesthetics of murder and, 89; arrests/trials/executions of regicides in, 4, 212, 233, 237, 250–51, 302n4; The Brothers Karamazov (Dostoevsky ) as allegory and, 153–54, 197, 298n8; censorship of, 154, 212; as conspiracy versus lone assassin, 71– 72, 114–15, 276nn15–16, 283n18; Dostoevsky ’s writings as influenced by, 71, 72, 82, 83–84, 145, 276n14, 279n9; faith-based hagiography and, 199; by Karakozov, 5–6, 19–20, 33, 71–72, 82, 83–84, 89, 100, 121, 145, 276nn14–16, 279n9, 280n32; Komissarov as foiling , 72, 299n3; media on, 71–72, 212, 247–48, 250, 305n5; by Nechaev, 99, 283n9; by People’s Will or Narodnaia volia, 4–6, 12, 33, 66, 112, 146–47, 152, 199, 211–12, 222–23, 264n9, 271n69, 289n4; by Perovskaya, 5, 211, 221, 289n4; public opinion of, 212–13; by Shi­ riaev, 289n4; terror/ism’s origins and, 5–6, 99, 264n9; Times of London (newspaper) on, 247; as tyrannicide, 89, 280n32; utilitarianism and, 121, 284n13; the West and, 247–49, 250, 305n5 assassination(s)/assassination attempt(s): on Bourbon monarchs, 19, 267n5; Don Quixote (Cervantes) and, 57; by Fenians on Victoria (Queen of En­ gland), 5–6, 264n9; Hamlet (Shakespeare ) and, 57; on Kravshinsky, 132; on Loris-Melikov, 242, 296n3; on Mezentsev , 132, 224–25, 226; on Napoleon I, 19, 267n5; on Stolypin, 285n9; on Trepov, 19, 155–56...


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  • Russian literature -- Political aspects.
  • Terrorism -- Russia -- History -- 19th century.
  • Terrorism in literature.
  • Alexander II, Emperor of Russia, 1818-1881 -- Assassination.
  • Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881 -- Political and social views.
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