➳ The Idiot Read ➻ Author Fyodor Dostoyevsky – Diclofenac16.us

The Idiot Returning To Russia From A Sanitarium In Switzerland, The Christ Like Epileptic Prince Myshkin Finds Himself Enmeshed In A Tangle Of Love, Torn Between Two Women The Notorious Kept Woman Nastasya And The Pure Aglaia Both Involved, In Turn, With The Corrupt, Money Hungry Ganya In The End, Myshkin S Honesty, Goodness, And Integrity Are Shown To Be Unequal To The Moral Emptiness Of Those Around Him In Her Revision Of The Garnett Translation, Anna Brailovsky Has Corrected Inaccuracies Wrought By Garnett S Drastic Anglicization Of The Novel, Restoring As Much As Possible The Syntactical Structure Of The Original.

➳ The Idiot  Read ➻ Author Fyodor Dostoyevsky – Diclofenac16.us
  • Paperback
  • 667 pages
  • The Idiot
  • Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  • English
  • 17 June 2019
  • 0679642420

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  1. says:

    I ve been trying to review this book for over a week now, but I can t I m struggling with something How do I review a Russian literature classic Better yet, how do I review a Russian literature classic without sounding like a total dumbass Hint It s probably not going to happen First I suppose a short plot synopsis should be in order The Idiot portrays young, childlike Prince Myshkin, who returns to his native Russia to seek out distant relatives after he has spent several years in a Swi I ve been trying to review this book for over a week now, but I can t I m struggling with something How do I review a Russian literature classic Better yet, how do I review a Russian literature classic without sounding like a total dumbass Hint It s probably not going to happen First I suppose a short plot synopsis should be in order The Idiot portrays young, childlike Prince Myshkin, who returns to his native Russia to seek out distant relatives after he has spent several years in a Swiss sanatorium While on the train to Russia, he meets and befriends a man of dubious character called Rogozhin Rogozhin is unhealthily obsessed with the mysterious beauty, Nastasya Filippovna to the point where the reader just knows nothing good will come of it Of course the prince gets caught up with Rogozhin, Filippovna, and the society around them.The only other Dostoevsky novel I ve read was Crime and Punishment, so of course my brai...


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    There are many reviews of this book making out that Prince Myshkin was Christ like, a truly good man who lived for the moment A holy idiot, oraccurately, wholly idiot indeed is what he really was Why did they think Dostoyevsky entitled the book, The Idiot if he meant The Man who was Innocent and Really Good or The Man who was like Jesus The title wasn t any kind of irony, it was about an idiot.Prince Myshkin had spent years in a sanitarium for his epilepsy and returns to Russia wher There are many reviews of this book making out that Prince Myshkin was Christ like, a truly good man who lived for the moment A holy idiot, oraccurately, wholly idiot indeed is what he really was Why did they think Dostoyevsky entitled the book, The Idiot if he meant The Man who was Innocent and Really Good or The Man who was like Jesus The title wasn t any kind of irony, it was about an idiot.Prince Myshkin had spent years in a sanitarium for his epilepsy and returns to Russia where he trusts untrustworthy people, falls for all their plots where he is the patsy, and falls in love with a rather uppity girl who returns his affections and then when it comes to the moment, chooses another woman for all the wrong...


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    If Raskolnikov was the charismatic murderer whose side I took despite myself when he killed an old woman out of greed and broke down psychologically afterwards, Prince Myshkin is the supposedly good, childlike Christ figure whom I failed to like at all.Just do make it clear from the beginning I liked the novel just as much as Crime...


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    The Idiot is a remarkable literary feat a true accomplishment It not only shows and represents true human complexity, but it births it, both in the inner workings of its passionate characters, and in the overall story It s replete with patient, mind testing issues that spring the reader s level of understanding back and fourth yet its emotional intensity is felt throughout It speaks truth of our striving human conditions our emotions which only know the truth of their existence in the mome The Idiot is a remarkable literary feat a true accomplishment It not only shows and represents true human complexity, but it births it, both in the inner workings of its passionate characters, and in the overall story It s replete with patient, mind testing issues that spring the reader s level of understanding back and fourth yet its emotional intensity is felt th...


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    Como siempre me pasa con Dostoievski, debo decir que he disfrutado mucho la historia del Pr ncipe Lev Nikol ievich Mishkin, quien vuelve luego de cuatro a os de un sanatario en Suiza para recuperarse adivinen de qu si, de epilepsia, como Dostoievski, hacia P vlovsk en Rusia De ah , que, a partir de sus problemas de salud es considerado un idiota Al volver a insertarse en la sociedad rusa, la encuentra totalmente fr a, distorsionada, mezquina y mal vola y es, tal vez, el mensaje que Dosto Como siempre me pasa con Dostoievski, debo decir que he disfrutado mucho la historia del Pr ncipe Lev Nikol ievich Mishkin, quien vuelve luego de cuatro a os de un sanatario en Suiza para recuperarse adivinen de qu si, de epilepsia, como Dostoievski, hacia P vlovsk en Rusia De ah , que, a partir de sus problemas de salud es considerado un idiota Al volver a insertarse en la sociedad rusa, la encuentra totalmente fr a, distorsionada, mezquina y mal vola y es, tal vez, el mensaje que Dostoievski realmente quiso mostrar acerca de su presente, all por 1868 1869 Debo reconocer que El adolescente me gust mucho, pero El Idiota m s a n porque me pareci m s fluido, m s ameno de leer, tal vez c...


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    We tend to view innocence as an uplifting cleansing virtue Contact with it is supposed to improve the soul But this isn t always the case Sometimes, in company, my five year old son will blurt out something I don t want outsiders to know and I end up blushing His innocence causes me discomfort I also remember that little girl from Aleppo who every day updated online the situation in the besieged city Imagine the reactions of Assad s regime to her online posts Would they have been won over We tend to view innocence as an uplifting cleansing virtue Contact with it is supposed to improve the soul But this isn t always the case Sometimes, in company, my five year old son will blurt out something I don t want outsiders to know and I end up blushing His innocence causes me discomfort I also remember that little girl from Aleppo who every day updated online the situation in the besieged city Imagine the reactions of Assad s regime to her online posts Would they have been won over by her innocence No way They would have been made deeply uncomfortable by her in...


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  10. says:

    Are there countries in the world which arelikely to produce depressing literature than others If so, Russia must be pretty much top of the list I have yet to read a Russian novel which ends well for all the protagonists I can only think of a few in which things end well for even a few of the protagonists And Dostoyevsky of course loves his tragedies The Idiot is one of them While it s not as tragic as, say, Crime and Punishment, nearly all of its protagonists come to a sticky end, an Are there countries in the world which arelikely to produce depressing literature than others If so, Russia must be pretty much top of the list I have yet to read a Russian novel which ends well for all the protagonists I can only think of a few in which things end well for even a few of the protagonists And Dostoyevsky of course loves his tragedies The Idiot is one of them While it s not as tragic as, say, Crime and Punishment, nearly all of its protagonists come to a sticky end, and as always, they meet plenty of drama and intrigue on their way there And it s all classical Russian drama and intrigue, which is to say it s full of passion, obsession, sudden mood swings, tantrums and hysterical fits In short, The Idiot is a book full of histrionics, but I love it, because for one thing, there s something grand...

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