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OpisSlika Hansa Holbeina Tijelo mrtvoga Krista u grobu imala je snažan utjecaj na refleksiju o mogućnosti uskrsnuća u kasnom djelu Fjodora Mihajloviča Dostojevskoga. Tom se slikom posve izravno i intenzivno bave likovi romana Idiot, a rasprava o Holbeinovoj slici u djelu Dostojevskoga najčešće se ograničava na taj roman. Usuprot tomu, autor u članku istražuje mogućnost da Dostojevski u romanu Idiot nije zaključio raspravu o Holbeinovoj slici. Usporedna analiza tekstova dvaju romana ostavlja mogućnost da je rasprava o mrtvom tijelu starca Zosime u romanu Braća Karamazovi zapravo nastavak rasprave Dostojevskoga o Holbeinovoj slici Tijelo mrtvoga Krista u grobu.Hans Holbein’s painting The Body of the Dead Christ in the Tomb greatly influenced Dostoevsky’s reflections on the possibility of the Resurrection in his late works. The painting is the subject of direct and intense reflection in the novel The Idiot, and the discussion on Holbein’s Dead Christ is usually limited to this novel. In the article, however, the author examines the hypothesis that Dostoevsky did not conclude his discussion on Holbein’s Dead Christ in the Tomb in The Idiot. A comparative analysis of the two novels seems to allow for the possibility that Dostoevsky’s discussion on Elder Zosima’s dead body is in fact a continuation of Dostoevsky’s discussion on Holbein’s Dead Christ.
  
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