A classic cover image for Notes from the Underground.
With a depressing painting on the cover.
A sculpture of Dostoevsky
A fascinating Time magazine article exploring the principle that thinking = bad (which you might have concluded from Notes, depending on how optimistic you were feeling at the time).
A 1955 Time magazine article reviewing a book about Dostoevsky's love life.
A great biography followed by killer analysis of Dostoevsky's structure and style. Not exactly light reading, though.
This Onion article totally reminds us of the Underground Man.
Neither can these folks. Check out the "quotes" section, it's a great testament to Dostoevsky's influence outside the literary world.
More info on the Crystal Palace, but remember that this is only half of Dostoevsky's reference (he was also shouting out to Chernyshevsky's metaphor in What Is to Be Done?).