The Four Deaths and One Resurrection of Fyodor Mikhailovich :: Zoran Živković

The Four Deaths and One Resurrection of Fyodor Mikhailovich

by Zoran Živković

Translated from Serbian by Randall A. Major


A bizarre encounter between doubles in a foggy park. The mysterious sudden death of one of the passengers in a train’s restaurant car. The hilarious yet tragic consultation of a psychiatrist with her highly unusual patient. A conversation in a Turkish bath between an invisible stranger and a penniless gambler. What do all these odd situations have in common?

It is their famous, brilliant and troubled protagonist, for in this, the latest imaginative explosion from the brain of Zoran Živković, the main character is none other than the magnificent author of Crime and Punishment, The Idiot, Demons, and The Brothers Karamazov: our eponymous Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky (a.k.a. F. M. D. 19).

The scenes may seem familiar, but Živković takes the great novelist to places he has never been before and to which no other writer would dare take him: into parallel realities, into Orient Express-like murder mysteries, into the realms of artificial intelligence and future miracles. And indeed, he does die four times, and indeed he is resurrected into an afterlife only an admirer who loved him with his whole heart could dream up for him…


  • Pages: 114
  • Trim size: 5″ x 8″ (127mm x 203mm), with dj
  • ISBN
    Hardcover: 978-4-908793-59-2
    Softcover: 978-4-908793-58-5
  • List Price:
    Hardcover: US$22.00
    Softcover: US$11.00
  • Cover: Youchan Ito (Togoru Art Works)

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