Dostoevsky and The Fairground Booth

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Planning an extra chapter about Dostoevsky and the Fairground Booth in the book Blok, Meyerhold and the Fairground Booth thefairgroundbooth.com. Its come about due to further research into the symbolist painters of the time who were involved with theatre set design and theatre in general in Russia and Europe: Benois, Somov,Golovin and more particularly Dobuzhinsky. He designed sets for The Devil’s Play, andan adaptation of Dostoevsky’s The Devils. Dobuzhinsky also designed the frontispiece for Blok and Meyerhold’s play The Fairground Booth.

Dobuzhinsky's illustration for the set of "The Devil's Play"

Dobuzhinsky’s illustration for the set of “The Devil’s Play”

This chapter and section will give an extra depth to the discussion about The Fairground Booth. It will also serve one of my intention which is to put the play in the wider context of Russian and European literature.

Attached are the frontispiece for The Fairground Booth and the set design for the fist part of  The Devils Play by Remizov
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