The Russian Language, relating to Crime and Punishment by Fydor Dostoyevsky


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The Russian Language, relating to Crime and Punishment by Fydor Dostoyevsky Danielle Heller


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Reiteration of History Cyrillic: derived from Greek Invented by Saints Cyril and Methodus (Greek) Began to spread and adapt Seen in Russia in the 11th Century, at Novgorod Early version, “Old Russian” or “Old Church Slavonic”


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History, cont. Russian appeared in writing during reign of Peter the Great (1672 – 1725) Revised alphabet Spoken into written


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Dostoyevsky’s Effect Literature and writing: 19th Century Dostoyevsky among the greats Spread the language Censorship


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A Parallel В начале июля, в чрезвычайно жаркое время, под вечер, один молодой человек вышел из своей каморки, которую нанимал от жильцов в С — м переулке, на улицу и медленно, как бы в нерешимости, отправился к К — ну мосту   On an exceptionally hot evening early in July a young man came out of the garret in which he lodged in S. Place and walked slowly, as though in hesitation, towards K. bridge.


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The Alphabet Аа “ah” father Бб “beh” bar


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The Alphabet Вв “veh” vet Гг “geh” gone


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The Alphabet Дд “deh” day Ее “yeh” yet


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The Alphabet Ёё “yoh” york Жж “zheh” pleasure


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The Alphabet Зз “zeh” zoo Ии “ee” see


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The Alphabet Йй “ee kratkoye” yours Кк “keh” kid


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The Alphabet Лл “ehl” lamp Мм “ehm” moon


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The Alphabet Нн “ehn” nose Оо “oh” got


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The Alphabet Пп “peh” pet Рр “ehr” rest


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The Alphabet Сс “es” sense Тт “teh” test


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The Alphabet Уу “ooh” poor Фф “eph” elephant


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The Alphabet Хх “kha” hello Цц “tse” pets


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The Alphabet Чч “chah” church Шш “shah” show


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The Alphabet Щщ “schah” share ъ/Ь “Tyverdy Znak” / Myahky Znak Hard sign / soft sign Separation / softness of consonant


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The Alphabet Ы “yeh” ill Ээ “eh” egg


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The Alphabet Юю “juh” you Яя “yah” yahoo


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Vowels E, Ё, Ю, and Я soften the consonant before them Except after Ж, Ч, Ш, Щ End consonants may not be pronounced E may or may not = “ye”


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Names: Title Crime and Punishment Преступление и наказание “Pryes-too-plye-neeye ee Na-kaz-an-ee-yeh”


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Names: Raskolnikov Rodion Romanovitch Raskolnikov Родион Романович Раскольников “Ral-dee-on Ral-man-nal-veech Rask-al-nee-kov”


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Names: Sonia Sofya Semyonovna Софья Семёновна “So-fya Syemyon-nalvna”


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Names: Dounia Avdotya Romanovna Авдотья Романовна “Av-dotya Ral-man-nalv-na”


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Names: Pulcheria Pulcheria Alexandrovna Пульхерия Александровна “Poolch-yer-ee-ya Aleks-san-dralv-na”


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Names: Raz Dmitri Prokofitch Razumihin Дмитрий Прокофьич Разумихин “Deh-mee-tree-ye Pralk-al-feech Raz-oo-mee-cheen”


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Names: Luzhin Pyotr Petrovitch Luzhin Пётр Петрович Лужин “Pyo-tr Pyet-ral-veech Loo-zh-een”


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Names: Katerina Katerina Ivanovna Катерина Ивановна “Kater-ee-na Ee-van-nalvna”


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Names: Marmeladov Semyon Zaharovitch Marmeladov Семён Захарович Мармеладов “Syemyon Za-cha-ral-veech Marmel-adalv”


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Names: Svid Arkady Ivanovitch Svidrigailov Аркадий Иванович Свидригайлов “Ar-kad-eey Ee-vano-veech Sveed-ree-gahy-lav”


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Names: Leb Andrey Semyonovitch Lebeziatnikov Андрей Семёнович Лебезятников “An-dr*yey Syemyon-nal-veech Le-byez-yat-nee-kalv”


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Names: Alyona Alyona Ivanovna Алёна Ивановна “Ahl*yo-na Ee-van-alvna”


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Names: Lizaveta Lizaveta Ivanovna Лизавета Ивановна “Lee-za-veta Ee-van-nalvna”


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Names: Porfiry Porfiry Petrovitch Порфирий Петрович “Por-fee-ree Pyet-ral-veech”


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Names: Zossimov Zossimov Зосимов “Zals-ee-malv”


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Names: Zametov Zametov Заметов “Za-mye-talv”


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Names: Marfa Marfa Petrovna Марфа Петровна “Mar-fa Pyet-ral-vna”


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Names: Nastasya Nastasya Petrovna Настасья Петровна “Nas-tasya Pyet-ral-vna”


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Names: Nikolay Nikolay Dementiev Николай Дементьев “Nee-kal-ay D-yem-yentyev”


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Issues The crazy alphabet (o does not = o) The “b” thing Discovering vowels NOT using wikipedia Tedious (Unicodes, formatting)


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Works Cited “Crime and Punishment Dual Language E-Book.” Russian Lessons. 11 Feb. 2009 <http://www.russianlessons.net/?ebooks/?ebook.php>. “Cyrillic Unicode Entities.” Pennsylvania State University: Teaching and Learning with Technology. 11 Feb. 2009 <http://tlt.its.psu.edu/?suggestions/?international/?bylanguage/?cyrchart.html>. “History of the Russian Alphabet.” Language Helpers. 11 Feb. 2009 <http://www.languagehelpers.com/?Russian/?TheRussianAlphabet.html>. “Russian.” Omniglot: A Guide to Written Language. 11 Feb. 2009 <http://www.omniglot.com/?writing/?russian.htm>. “Russian Cyrillic Alphabet.” Foreign Documents. 11 Feb. 2009 <http://www.foreigndocuments.com/?russian_alphabet.html>.


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