Join the University
Scholars in Reading The Brothers Karamazov
IF YOU’RE LIKE MANY PEOPLE, The Brothers Karamazov may have been on your
“must-read” list for a long time. If you haven’t read it yet, now is your
opportunity to discover why this 19th-century Russian volume is not only considered
one of the greatest novels of all time, but is also what Assistant Professor
Christine Chaney calls the magnum opus of the University Scholars program
at Seattle Pacific University.
For the past several years, Response has introduced readers to some of the
texts taught in the Common Curriculum, a general education program that
requires Seattle Pacific students to explore a common set of literary, artistic,
musical and theatrical works over the course of their university career.
This time, however, we are focusing on a text in the University Scholars
Curriculum, a sequence of general education courses taken by a cohort of
Response offered a limited number of free copies of The Brothers Karamazov, but the magazine has now given away its entire supply. You can find the book in most bookstores, or order it at barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.