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It took me about three months to read carefully, though my reading has been flagging lately, as well. Salvation and damnation in Dostoevsky can be triggered by the simplest kindness or brutality. View all 19 comments.

That year he joined a group of utopian socialists. Lo peor, insiste Mischkin, es ese saber con absoluta certeza que el alma va a ser separada del cuerpo. There is love, betrayal, poverty, riches, death, murder, shame, good, bad, evil—you name it, the things we seek in novels because we come across them in life.

Dosotievski trata del insondable misterio por el que Dios entrega a su Hijo al dolor y a la muerte This review might contain spoilers costoievski outside the hidden ‘spoiler alert’ parriciidio. De este modo nos encontramos con dos elementos contrarios: Scrivere lettere ad ex amanti incazzate confessando di voler uccidere il proprio padre bravo. Sep 07, Ahmed rated it it was amazing Shelves: Here in addition to Dostoevsky showing how he dislikes the new western style court system with jury trials pointedly convicting an innocent man he shows the insufficiency of Dmitri and Ivan, model western military man and western intellectual respectively.

Religion, dostoiegski church, take centre stage for a good pages of this work. At the same time, he was committed to the pursuit of joy through kindness and community and a kind of interpersonal fair dealing in a way dosotievski transcends his political concerns and is inspiring to see articulated in the lives of people who are as confused as the rest of us.


This is a true testament to Dostoyevsky’s range, to how effortlessly he “contains multitudes” in this masterful work.

The Brothers Karamazov

They have been absolved. He was able to manipulate Ivan, implant ideas in parriidio minds of everyone and most remarkably the Prosecutor’s mind the Defense lawyer, Fetyukovich was able to see through his deception and considered him to be a very clever man. One place to start is Vladimir Propp’s Morphology of the Folktale. You’ve got to really like a novel to do that.

Some Spoilers to Follow] One 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. Aloyshathe bright star whose light nurtures, guides and absolves those rotating in his Solar System of forgiveness and gentleness. I will generally finish a novel no matter what It is a spiritual drama of moral struggles concerning faith, doubt, and reason, set against a modernizing Russia.

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 joke. One story among many. It was fascinating to watch the ripple effects of each character’s actions as the chapters advance. I’ve said this is also a simple book, albeit one with a lot going on under the surface if you want to look for that. And it is not that they are all trite and dirty souls.


There were a couple of good things but, all in all, it was the only part of the book that made me want to take a really long nap. Not lyrical so much as the product of blunt-force trauma to the head, I think. Este no es un libro sobre la vida de tres hermanos y un padre.

Was it Ivan, the tortured skeptic?

The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Be sure to read the Pevear Volokhonsky translation. Even though Fyodor Karamazov was the worst a father could be, his legitimate sons enjoyed certain privileges that Smerdyakov did not. Dire a cani e porci di volersi macchiare di parricidio. 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. The book goes off too many tangents and is densely verbose.

My sense of association with Dmitri leaves me unhappy and dissatisfied with elements of the ending of the novel, but this is counter balanced by knowing that I am not too in thrall to Dostoevsky’s world view.

View all 33 comments. If you’ve read it yourself you can guess why I might be reluctant to read it a fourth time. I loved reading but there were not a lot of books because they were either burned or left behind as people ran for their lives.