[Epub] ➡ Братья Карамазовы ➢ Fyodor Dostoyevsky – Anguillais.us

Братья КарамазовыContexts Presents A Wealth Of Background And Source Materials Relating To The Brothers Karamazov, To Dostoevsky S Own Experiences, To Current Events, And To Observations On A Changing Society Included Are The Correspondence Of Influential Literary And Social Critic Vissarion Grigorievich Belinksy And The Author S Letters Spanning Three Decades As Well As A Selection From Dostoevsky S Diary Of A Writer In Which Readers May Trace The Origins Of This Novel Criticism Offers A Wide Range Of Scholarly Commentary On The Brothers Karamazov From American, Russian, And European Authors, Eleven Of Them New To The Second Edition And Two Of Them Appearing In English For The First Time Contributors Include Ralph Matlaw, Valentina Vetlovskaia, Seamas O Driscoll, William Mills Todd, Vladimir Kantor, Edward Wasiolek, Nathan Rosen, Roger B Anderson, Robin Feuer Miller, Horst J Rgen Gerigk, Vladimir Golstein, Robert L Belknap, Ulrich Schmid, And Gary Saul Morson.A Chronology Of Dostoevsky S Life And Work And A Selected Bibliography Are Also Included.

[Epub] ➡ Братья Карамазовы ➢ Fyodor Dostoyevsky – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 811 pages
  • Братья Карамазовы
  • Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  • English
  • 27 December 2017
  • 9780393926330

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  1. says:

    If there was still any doubt, let me confirm that this actually is the greatest book ever written But be warned that you need to set aside a solid month to get through it And it s not light reading this is a dense work of philosophy disguised as a simple murder mystery But it s well worth the effort It tackles the fundamental question of human existence how best to live one s life in a truly engaging way Dostoevsky created 3 brothers Ivan, Alexei, and Dmitri with opposite answers to this fundamental question, and set them loose in the world to see what would happen A testament to Dostoevsky s genius is he didn t know how the book would evolve when he started writing As a consequence, the book really isn t about the plot at all, but about how these brothers evolve and deal with their struggles based on their differing world views.Dostoevsky articulates, better than anyone, how human beings really are what I would call walking contradictions Perhaps all of our struggles in life boil down to the reality that we desire contradictory things, simultaneously If you like your novels ...


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    If you like your books to move in a linear fashion this book is not for you It hops around and attention must be paid or you will find yourself flipping back a few pages to reestablish the thread of the story I took this on a plane flight, crazy right Not exactly the normal light reading I take on flights It was a stroke of genius I absolutely fell under the thrall of Dostoyevky s prose Thank you to my fellow travelers who didn t feel the need to chat with the guy who obviously is so frilling bored he has resorted to reading a Russian novel I zipped through three hundred pages like it was butter and found myself absolutely captivated by the evolving drama of the Brothers Karamazov, the women that drive them crazy, and the father that brings to mind the words justifiable homicide.I have to give a plug to these Everyman s Library editions A 776 page novel that feels like a 300 page novel Despite the smaller size, the print size is still easily readable I will certainly be picking up of these editions especially the...


  3. says:

    I m writing this review as I read Frankly, I m astounded by how good this is and how compelling I m finding it Astounded Why should that be This is a classic, after all True, but it breaks just about every rule of fiction The plot so far is virtually nonexistent three brothers get together with their wastrel father and all sorts of dysfunction, including an odd love triangle involving the father and the eldest son, are revealed The brothers aren t particular close to each other, and really not much happens except that they meet at a monastery, where the youngest son lives, for an audience with a holy man who s dying, and then they go their separate ways, except that they have kind of random meetings with each other and with the woman involved in the love triangle, and there s a vague sense of foreboding that something will happen to the father And the characters Not really the kinds of characters we re used to in contemporary fiction These are characters who struggle with all kinds of philosophical issues and enjoy nothing than debating them at length with each other Sounds boring Well, it s not Not at all By the way, I m reading the Ignet Avsey translation based on Kris s recommendation, and it s wonderful so far One of the things I find so fascinating about this book is how it can be both one of the most dark and cynical works I ve read, and ...


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    837 Bratia Karamazovy The Karamazov brothers ,Fyodor Dostoevsky Abstract The Brothers Karamazov is a passionate philosophical novel set in 19th century of Russia that enters deeply into the ethical debates of God, free will, and morality It is a spiritual drama of moral struggles concerning faith, doubt, and reason, set against a modernizing Rus...


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    Contrary to widespread rumor, this is a far from bleak book While every character has his or her own misery, and it all takes place in a place called something like cattle roundup ville , the moments of religious ecstasy and moral clarity are heartbreaking in their frequency it s hard not to wish that one had such bizarre events going on around one in order to prompt such lofty oratory.The story involves Ivan, Dmitri, Alyosha, and Smerdyakov, four brothers with a rich but notoriously lecherous father, Fyodor All four brothers were raised by others, Fyodor having essentially ignored them until others removed them from his care In the beginning of the book, Alyosha is in the monastery, studying under a famous elder name Father Zosima Dmitri has just left the army and stolen a large sum of money from a government official s daughter, who he has also apparently seduced, all while pursuing a lawsuit against Fyodor for his inheritance and canoodling with his own father s intended, the local seductress Grushenka Ivan, the intellectual in the family, has just returned from I think Petersburg Dmitri is violent and impulsive, referring to himself as an insect, and gets into fistfights with Fyodor several times Smerdyakov works for Fyodor as a lackey, having gone to France to learn to cook at some point in the past It s unimaginably complicated and digressive than all this, and just trying to follow this ...


  6. says:

    Hurrah for Karamazov Those are the concluding words of this bombastic brick of a book I am than willing to chime in, to cheer for the brothers Karamazov who finally, finally made me give in to the genius of Dostoevsky fully, without anger, without resentment and fight, after a year of grappling with his earlier novels.This is doubtless his magnum opus, the shining lead star in a brilliant cosmos There are many similarities to his earlier novels, and his characters fight with the same inner demons as the predecessors And yet, there is something milder, soothing in the Brothers Karamazov, there is mature perfection in this novel Yes, Smerdyakov is an underprivileged, hateful sufferer, but he is not lost to compassion and care in the same way as the nihilistic man writing his Notes from Underground And Dimitri is rash and bold and full of contradictions, but he is not as confused as Raskolnikov, he does not impose the dogma of suffering in the sense of Crime and Punishment on his family and community He has a plan for living, not for suffering Ivan is a brooding intellectual, but he is not stone cold like Stavrogin in Devils His conflicted heart and intellect are connected to the world.Alyosha, thank goodness, is a sweet and innocent character, but nothing like the awful Christlike idiot Myshkin from The Idiot He knows how to live and interact, and he is willing to step away from rigid prejudices and principles ...


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    Above all, avoid lies, all lies, especially the lie to yourself Keep watch on your own lie and examine it every hour, every minute And avoid contempt, both of others and of yourself what seems bad to you in yourself is purified by the very fact that you have noticed it in yourself And avoid fear, though fear is simply the consequence of every lie. 57 Family You cannot pick You are either happy to be around them or you are stuck with them You can choose your friends, a pet, you can choose between a blueberry muffin and a chocolate chip one, but you cannot choose your family The combination of genetics and the social environment is simply fascinating For example, take this ordinary Russian family An ambitious, lascivious, ridiculous father who enjoyed alcohol in any form a son who, at first, seemed to be the image of his father a second son, vain and intellectual with even questionable moral reactions the youngest son with the kindness of a saint and the troubled soul of a common man and a...


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    I finished reading this book at precisely 0205 hours today The night still lay majestically over the impending dawn, and in its blackened stillness, swayed the echoes of this imperious book The walls of my room, at once, turned into a fortress for Dostoevsky s army of thoughts, and I, right in the middle of it, found myself besieged with its diverse, haphazard but mighty blizzard I am no stranger to this rambling Russian s precocious visions and forbearance and yet, and yet, this work, swells much beyond even his own creator and spills over well, almost, everything A maniacal land owner is murdered and one of his three sons is the prime suspect Thus, ensues a murder trial and in its fold, fall hopelessly and completely, the lives of all the three brothers the brothers Karamazov A life, when spans a trajectory both long and substantial, ends up writing a will that is both personal and universal A notebook of reflections, a source of knowledge, an oasis of love and a mirror of perpetuity And may I dare say that for D, this might well be a biography, which he, in his quintessential mercurial satire, chose to write himself, under the garb of fiction.Dmitri, Ivan and Alyosha present the very tenets on which life gets lived, or even , passed on The impulsive and emotional Dmitri, the calculative and intelligent Ivan and the na ve and spiritual Alyosha represent the microcosm of a society which wagers war on the name of religion, status, power, values and ideals...


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  10. says:

    On Romancing The Devil

    Warning This review might contain spoilers even outside the hidden spoiler alert regions I honestly am not capable of discriminating

    The book is not about the murder or about who did it, those things were very apparent before half the book was completed the narrator taking special pains to spoil all suspense for his readers at the very beginning harkening back to the days of greek drama and Euripides according to whom, the effect of a story, even a whodunnit, was not in epic suspense about what was going to happen next, but in those great scenes of lyrical rhetorics in which the passion and dialectic of the protagonists reached heights of eloquence Everything was to portend pathos, not action, which was always there only as a container for the pathos, to give it form This was probably done so that the typical clue seeking aspects of a mystery does not detract his reader from addressing the real, the painful questions littered all across his treatise, almost with indecent abandon view spoiler After all, we were shown by Dostoevsky varying...

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