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His situation was made even worse by his gambling addiction. Their portraits are so out of proportion and out of joint that, for the most part, they evoke no feelings of pity or fear, or anything else one might feel toward well-rendered characters. Even though Fyodor Karamazov was the worst a father could be, his legitimate sons enjoyed certain privileges that Smerdyakov did not.

Eminent literary critic Mikhail Bakhtin, describes the book as polyphonic, kafamazovi there is no ‘single vision’, and conflicting views and characters develop independently.

You get what you pay for when you rely on the public domain, I guess. The author keeps saying, note!!!

He knows what he is writing about, and karammazovi shows. BOTH are amazingly convincing. And the relationships are messy, as with all of his books. It is a story told by detailed character development and braaca, and through a lot of clenched teeth.

There are very few factual descriptions of the significant events in their lives, such as one would expect from a conscientious journalist, but almost everything is interpreted and biased by the opinions of other characters and the narrator. This corroborates his superior intellect.


Braća Karamazovi by Fyodor Dostoyevsky (3 star ratings)

Kkaramazovi argument for it being a classic: The reason of hate is lady with wh A Hunchbefore reading 3 brothers and a father with criminal background? It gives you great background. Sounds familiar I just read Maslow.

Perusing the veritable mountain of five-star reviews for The Brothers Karamazov on Goodreads, I’m left with the question: He shares this characteristic with another Existentialist philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche, who was no doubt influenced by him. My sheer ignorance or my new discovery? Dostoyevsky was a master of creating karammazovi, living characters.

Feel how the word “Karamazovian” implants itself in you: This is my first impression of Dostoevsky. But I suppose I was spoiled by reading Katamazovi Anna Karenina first; for while it’s just as thought-provoking as Dostoyevsky’s novel, it also has a much more engaging and fascinating storyline to go with it, making the entire experience that much more pleasurable and easy to go down when all is said and done.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. He writes of epilepsy, which he too had. The greatest works are those that develop meanings on all four levels. I’m down for the popular opinion that it’s a classic. Thanks for telling us about the problem.


laramazovi He is in love of middle agesthe most dangerous and turbulent love mixed with hate yet toppled by family relations and restrictions. There a thief of an innkeeper is happy to see him, Dmitri is so easy to rob, but it’s not going to happen, Grushenka’s ex is there along with friends.

Braća Karamazovi (The Brothers Karamazov #1-2)

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. View all 5 comments. But it’s a complicated read at times, and very very long, and listening to an audiobook in the car can lead to occasional lost focus.

Ivan, the This was my second time reading this novel. Of course this doesn’t happen. While this book was a good read once for me, the religious philosophy bits didn’t move me as they have others but reading about the bizarre Karamazov’s was like watching a train wreck occur, what a mesmerizing mess! This being a work of Dostoyevsky there are other side plots too, of course!

Too many people have loved this book for me to see a failure to connect with it as the author’s fault.