Which title of a book by Dostoevsky is a description of himself when he fell victim to an addictive activity?
"The Gambler", a short novel by Fyodor Dostoyevsky was actually a case of art imitating life. The book dealt with an obsession he had often succumbed to himself. He had be…come addicted to playing Roulette and had to write the novella to pay off his gambling debts. (MORE)