Here's the full text of The Idiot—you know, to make finding quotations easier.
Super comprehensive link-full site for all things Dostoevsky—biography, photos, essay, the whole deal.
This restaurant in St. Petersburg is completely inspired by the novel. No info on whether the waiters barge in and start yelling at you and your dining companions.
Here's the ultimate reference work for our man Dostoevsky.
Check out this commentary on The Idiot by Herman Hesse, a famous German novelist.
This is an awesome Japanese version of the novel from 1951. We wonder how the cultural stuff is translated for the Japanese context. Maybe they just make it a love story.
This is some kind of punk-looking update from Estonia that was made in 2011.
Here's part of a subtitled 2003 mini-series version of the novel—Russian TV, comin' at you.
Check out this radio play staring Paul Rhys.
It's that painting that's driving everybody mad! Mad! Mad, we're telling you!
No, really, it's a Flickr page for people to talk about and share photos that remind them of themes from Dostoevsky's novels.