The Idiot is a novel written by the Russian writer Fyodor Dostoevsky in 1869. The original Russian title is Ð˜Ð´Ð¸Ð¾Ñ‚, "Idiot", but definite articles are not used in Russian.
The Idiot (Ð˜Ð”Ð†ÐžÐ¢Ðª) is a costume drama TV series produced by Telekanal "Rossiya" in 2003 based on Fyodor Dostoevsky's novel with the same title.
The Idiot is a 1977 album by Iggy Pop, his debut as a solo artist. It was the first of two LPs released that year which Pop wrote and recorded in collaboration with David Bowie. Although issued after Low, the opening installment of Bowie's so-called "Berlin Trilogy", the pair began writing and recording songs for The Idiot in mid-1976, before Bowie started work on his own album.
Japanese film by director Akira Kurosawa. It is based on a Fyodor Dostoevsky novel of the same name. Hakuchi was shot in black and white at an aspect ratio of 1.37:1.
"The Idiot" is a song written by Stan Rogers, found on his albums Northwest Passage and Home In Halifax. On Home in Halifax, Rogers introduces the song by explaining that it is about the movement of people away from the Atlantic Provinces of Canada to the province of Alberta for work. The introduction also states that the song contains the "knuckle-dragging" beat characteristic of morris dance tunes.