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Братья Карамазовы Summary ´ 108 Inds The Brothers Karamazov tells the stirring tale of four brothers the pleasure seeking impatient Dmitri; the brilliant and morose Ivan; the gentle loving and honest Alyosha; and the illegitimate Smerdyakov shy silent and cruel The four unite in the murder of one of literature's most de. 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 RussiaCharacters Dmitri Fyodorovich Karamazov Ivan Fyodorovich Karamazov Alexei Fyodorovich Karamazov Pavel Smerdyakov Agrafena Alexandrovna Svetlova Katerina Ivanovna Verkhovtseva Fyodor Pavlovich Karamazov Father Zosima the Elder Ilyusha Nikolai Krassotkin 2002 1335 970 1367 1376 1108 96462050701 9646205062 19 1390 854 9786001900532 9786001900518 9786001900525 1391 1543 9789642201860 9789642201874 1391 1090 1398 9789644531040 1398 854 9789642132423 1112 920 1391 61 9789642412013 1879 1880 26051399 The Essential Mrs. Humphry Ward Collection (28 books) of four brothers the pleasure seeking impatient Dmitri; the brilliant and morose Ivan; the gentle loving and honest Alyosha; and the illegitimate Smerdyakov shy silent and cruel The four unite in the murder Nonfiction Outline of Strangers and Kin The American Way of Adoption one Teresa (European Classics) of literature's most de. 837 Bratia Karamazovy The Karamazov brothers Fyodor Dostoevsky Abstract The Brothers Karamazov is a passionate philosophical novel set in 19th century William & Lucy of Russia that enters deeply into the ethical debates Running out of Time of God free will and morality It is a spiritual drama Kicks Like a Girl of moral struggles concerning faith doubt and reason set against a modernizing RussiaCharacters Dmitri Fyodorovich Karamazov Ivan Fyodorovich Karamazov Alexei Fyodorovich Karamazov Pavel Smerdyakov Agrafena Alexandrovna Svetlova Katerina Ivanovna Verkhovtseva Fyodor Pavlovich Karamazov Father Zosima the Elder Ilyusha Nikolai Krassotkin 2002 1335 970 1367 1376 1108 96462050701 9646205062 19 1390 854 9786001900532 9786001900518 9786001900525 1391 1543 9789642201860 9789642201874 1391 1090 1398 9789644531040 1398 854 9789642132423 1112 920 1391 61 9789642412013 1879 1880 26051399

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Братья Карамазовы Summary ´ 108 After spending four years in a Siberian penal settlement during which time he underwent a religious conversion Dostoevsky developed a keen ability for deep character analysis In The Brothers Karamazov he explores human nature at its most loathsome and cruel but never flinches at what he f. 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 farOne 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 one of the most overtly spiritual and soulful This is a true testament to Dostoyevsky s range to how effortlessly he contains multitudes in this masterful workAlert Some Spoilers to FollowOne of the most cynical passages I ve read so far is about how following the holy man s death his fellow monks are all shocked when his corpse begins to smell Because of course if he d been a true holy man they figured his corpse wouldn t have smelled at all so the fact that it started smelling makes them all begin to uestion whether he d really been what they d imagined Soon several of them begin to remember times when he d been shockingly and suspiciously less than holy and then the pile on really begins as the monks begin competing to disavow him the most with only a couple of his friends holding onto his good memory but even they are cowed into silence by the general gleeful animosity Oh this Dostoyevsky really knows how to plumb all that s dark and pathetic about human natureAfter about page 500 the plot really picks up We have murder a mad dash to a woman heavy drinking protestations of love and the police moving in After the languid plotting of the opening sections I m almost breathlessThe use of the narrator here is so interesting We have a nameless figure who lives in the place where the events take place recounting the story almost as if recounting a legend At the same time we get the characters most intimate thoughts and long speeches that the narrator could not possibly have known first hand It all adds to the notion that this may be the narrator s own tall tale than any faithful recitation of history which of course is true because it s a novel but the way the artificial nature of the story gets highlighted makes me think it s another example of Dostroyevsky s cynicism at workAll signs point to Dmitry as the perpetrator but the way he protests his innocence just makes you want to believe him He s having a hard time of it though The prosecutor and magistrate conduct a long interview of him and the evidence is damningInterestingly after Dmitry is taken away the scene shifts radically revisiting the young boys we d briefly met earlier What is Dostroyevsky doing here In the figure of Kolya a 13 year old prankster wunderkind he seems to be pointing out the limits of rationalism the way it can be abused to wow those with slightly less knowledge and how it can ultimately come off as a big jokeNow things have become complicated Who s really guilty of this crime We know who did it because he tells Ivan but then he blames Ivan himself for his athiesm for influencing him by the notion that nothing we do matters anywayAt the beginning of the trial we see Dostoyevsky s biting and cynical nature reassert itself as he describes the spectacle that the event has become the people who ve traveled from far away to witness it drawn by their desire to see the two female rivals for Dmitry and Dmitry himself who s especially attractive to the ladies because of his reputation as a ladies man The proceedings themselves seem secondary to the spectacle and the sportThe trial itself is a fascinating deconstruction of Dmitry s character how that character can be everything the prosecutor says and yet at the same time it s everything his defense counsel says too We re given to long speeches about the character that are fascinating psychological studies the lawyers themselves debate about this newfangled science of psychology how plastic it is how it can be used to justify and explain anything You can see Dostoyevsky working on multiple levels here showing multiple sides of his character that don t uite cohere and that s exactly the point that people are complex and inconsistent and constantly at war with themselves so what does character mean What does a character mean in a novel And just when it looks like the defense will carry the dayThe coda is a plan for escape and the funeral of a young boy and yet it end on a curiously uplifting note a statement of faith and everlasting remembrance and a change for the better in many of the other young boys united as they are in love of the lost boy who thus becomes an almost Christian martyr the one whose death brings love to all his friends And so Dostoyevsky brings to a close his massive masterpiece and so I end these little scribbles Irresistible Ink Inked in the Steel City #6 of fiction The plot so far is virtually nonexistent three brothers get together with their wastrel father and all sorts The Early Writings, 1921-1932 (Suny Series in the Jewish Writings of Leo Strauss) of dysfunction including an Living On Air odd love triangle 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Братья Карамазовы Summary ´ 108 Spicable characters their father While on the surface a story about patricide this novel is on a deeper level a spiritual tale of the struggle between faith doubt reason and free will This passionate novel of ethics and morality religion and philosophy was Dostoevsky's final and best work. 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 conseuence 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 uestionable moral reactions the youngest son with the kindness of a saint and the troubled soul of a common man and another weak disturbing young man who never counted as a son This book contains the story of every family in the world Their struggles their fears their doubts the decisions that reflect the highest and most degrading aspects of human nature There is a force that will endure everything said Ivan this time with a cold smirk What force The Karamazov force the force of the Karamazov baseness To drown in depravity to stifle your soul with corruption is that it 210This book contains centuries of human history It is a major treatise on philosophy and religion And yes there is a lot of religion here but even me a person who is struggling with a lack of faith and a deep ocean of doubts and fear can still be interested and dazzled by all this Unless we are talking about the monk book There were a couple of good things but in general it was the only part of the book that made me want to take a really long nap I must admit it in the spirit of full disclosure And my previous naive defense about how even me could be interested Yes forget it I know I am haunted by uncertainty and therefore obsessed with knowledge no matter how limited I can be Can it be that you really hold this conviction about the conseuences of the exhaustion of men s faith in the immortality of their souls the elder suddenly asked Ivan Fyodorovich Yes it was my contention There is no virtue if there is no immortality You are blessed if you believe so or else most unhappy Maybe you re right But still I wasn t uite joking either Ivan Fyodorovich suddenly and strangely confessed by the way with a uick blush You weren t uite joking that is true This idea is not yet resolved in your heart and torments it But a martyr too sometimes likes to toy with his despair also from despair as it were For the time being you too are toying out of despair with your magazine articles and drawing room discussions without believing in your own dialectics and smirking at them with your heart aching inside you The uestion is not resolved in you and there lies your great grief for it urgently demands resolution 66A sharp observation written using such an exuisite language You should become accustomed to that Once you reach Book V you will found yourself overwhelmed by the author s mesmerizing eruditionIf you re expecting an explosive plot with lots of things going on at the same time weird twists and vampires fights and dragons magic and flying dogs then this book is not for you There is a plot of course but the excellence of this book lies on the writing Dostoyevsky s trademark is his gifted ability to describe human nature using the most poignantly elegant prose known to man His insightful points of view on almost every subject that affects all humanity are written with admirable lyricism and precision Reading this particular writer can be rather demanding You have to be prepared You have to become habituated to the idea that your soul might absorb the despairing and sometimes playful beauty of his writing And once that happens you won t be able to forget him Dostoyevsky has the power to defeat oblivion He personifies an unwelcome light that illuminates every dark nook of our minds He makes us think about what we like to see in ourselves and what we choose to hideJealousy Othello is not jealous he is trustful A truly jealous man is not like that It is impossible to imagine all the shame and moral degradation a jealous man can tolerate without the least remorse And it is not that they are all trite and dirty souls On the contrary it is possible to have a lofty heart to love purely to be full of self sacrifice and at the same time to hide under tables to bribe the meanest people and live with the nastiest filth of spying and eavesdropping And one may ask what is the good of a love that must constantly be spied on and what is the worth of a love that needs to be guarded so intensely 293 Besides briefly discussing the plot I can only add I don t have favorite characters They all annoyed me or disgusted me in the same contradictory way But I do understand them most of the times I loved the dialogues the amazing reflections while they are deciding to act against everything that is good they know what they are about to do is wrong but they can t help it it s in their blood the profound remarks of our narrator and the fact that Dostoyevsky one time allowed me to enter inside his characters minds He shares the complexity of all of them And I m enchanted by this man s ability to make everything beautiful even while describing the darkest aspects of humanity which leads me to another pointI love reading other people s thoughts on the books I like A certain opinion I read a while ago was about how Dostoyevsky seems to be a vicious misogynist because of the way he wrote about Smerdyakov s mother Stinking Lizaveta I try not to make out of every word written by the author a reflection of the person he or she really is Crime writers don t usually murder every human they find Mystery writers don t always think that somebody s butler is up to something In that sense an author who writes about how a woman is mistreated by a certain part of society doesn t necessarily mean he s a vicious misogynist He was being honest he was displaying truth Poor women and men were often treated like less than a human that hasn t changed that much Dostoyevsky described it too vividlypeople speak sometimes about the animal cruelty of man but that is terribly unjust and offensive to animals no animal could ever be so cruel as a man so artfully so artistically cruel 193In conclusion as I said before this book contains the history of the world A deluge of misery and wisdom waiting for the reader The way of representing the Russian soul is the way all souls should be represented it transcends any geographical boundary any limitation of time We all have many sides of the Karamazovs nature in us We all have demons tormenting our good judgment We all know what we should do and sometimes we simply can t do it I can t justify everything but we are humans I want to understand I need to We are susceptible to failure To negligence To vileness dishonesty and many other abhorrent things Once mistakes are made only the most fortunate ones are able to find a path toward redemption In this book in this Russia which portrays the world of all times some did And some had to endure the bitter punishments that the choices in their lives have brought upon them I love mankind he said but I am amazed at myself the I love mankind in general the less I love people in particular that is individually as separate persons 56Too human We all hear the sounds of a ravenous solitude echoing in the dark depths of our beings they often make us act by instinct forgetting that we have been blessed or doomed with reason Moreover they make us forget to feel love And that indeed is a faithful depiction of what hell must feel like A hell to which we will soon arrive by repeating to ourselves everything is permitted May 05 14 Update June 17 19Just another reader s opinion Also on my blog