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Braća Karamazovi (The Brothers Karamazov #1-2)
Return to Book Page. The final masterpiece from the celebrated author of “Crime and Punishment” and “The Idiot. This extraordinary novel, Dostoyevsky s last and greatest work, tells the dramatic story of four iaramazovi Dmitri, pleasure-seeking, impatient, unruly. Ivan, brilliant and morose.
Bracx, gentle, loving, honest. Karamazofi by intense passion, they become involved in the brutal murder of their own father, one of the most loathsome characters in all literature. Featuring the famous chapter, The Grand Inquisitor, Dostoyevsky’s final masterpiece is at knhiga a complex character study, a riveting murder mystery, and a fascinating examination of man’s morality and the question of God’s existence.
PaperbackBiblioteka Izborpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. How do you find the character of Pavel Fyodorovich, aka Smerdyakov, in contrast to Ivan? Who among the two represents the ‘intellectual’ dimension? The character of Smerdyakov is somewhat portrayed as ‘evil,’ but what about his mind, or the way he posed his challenge to Ivan? Utkarsh Detha While it is true that Smerdyakov chose wrong means and lacked the virtues one is expected to have courage, honesty etc.
I think the reason bdaca this were karamaovi unjust norms of the society. Unlike Ivan, Smerdyakov the bastard had to live like a servant. He had no filial rights whatsoever. He wanted to pursue his own dreams but for that he had no support from anyone. Even though Fyodor Karamazov was the worst a father could be, his legitimate sons enjoyed certain privileges that Smerdyakov did not.
These privileges came with their name. This was the main reason as far as I injiga understand why Smerdyakov devoted his intellect to petty issues, like manipulating others etc to achieve what he wanted He dreamed of moving to France. Ivan on the other hand could afford to spend his intellectual resources on ‘lofty’ issues like the existence of god, etc.
Smerdyakov was nearly as capable as Ivan, if not more.
He was just deprived of the luxuries to him, they were luxuries that the name Karamazov gave to Ivan. He was able to manipulate Ivan, implant ideas in the 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. This corroborates his superior intellect. I gave up on this book awhile ago because I disliked every single character and didn’t care to find out what happened to them.
I’m thinking about going back to it now because I don’t like unfinished books. Will someone tell me if any likable characters show up? I’m not very far in and will probably have to start over gahbut I need someone to like in this book. Kyle Beaudet In the beginning Dostoevsky is showcasing all of the flaws of the characters, and intentionally makes them all fairly unlikable, except for Alyosha …more In the beginning Dostoevsky is showcasing all of karamzovi flaws of the characters, and intentionally makes them all fairly unlikable, except for Alyosha whom is described as being like a cherub.
Though by the end of the novel do not be surprised if you are finding pieces of yourself in each and every character. Lists with This Book. This bbraca is not yet featured on Listopia.
Knmiga like to believe it’s because of work distractions, family drama, competing entertainment bracw but we all have those kaeamazovi and find plenty of time to read.
So the honest answer is that for weeks I couldn’t come to grips with just how little I was enjoying this novel. And that frustration lead me away from all other reading material. The tight downward spiral of self imposed illiteracy. I haven’t completed all of FD’s works, but everyth has started out as a real crapper on the reading front. Injiga haven’t completed all of FD’s works, but everything else I’ve read by him I have found tremendous.
His short stories kniga even Netochka Nezvanova – held rich characters and thematic threads that I keep coming back to. Crime and Punishment is one of my top five fave fictional works.
I was waiting to read TBK, his reported magnum opus, as the last piece after completing everything else of his – I was encouraged by friend spenke’s tattoo and the fabulous reading group here on GR to take it on before The Idiot and Demons – now I’ve scared the shit out of myself for finishing the rest of his oeuvre.
I’m prepared to accept that TBK and me may have been snake-bit from the start. I really did read the first pages four times; on the fourth read through I just had to accept that the lack of subtlety and over-drawn characterizations wasn’t going away.
Hit me over the head with that again please. Dmitri’s constant flying at his conversational partner?
By mid-novel I just went ahead and pictured him with a pair of giant dragon wings to entertain myself. And in case the reader wasn’t paying close enough attention to FD the first pages, we are going to get it served up thick-and-meaty from two lawyers’ maramazovi that there bracaa a chance we won’t get it. In what could possibly be the greatest advertisement never, ever, NEVER to get a Kindle Paperwhite – and just read from a book made from trees like we’ve done since the dawn of man – there’s a nifty, over-engineered function that allows you to click on a character’s name on a page, and ostensibly it should give you a sentence of some very basic info on who this person is.
I almost snapped that wafer-thin electronic over my knee. For those of you that have a Paperwhite give it a go: Just please don’t try it until you’ve finished the book. Snake-bit, I tells ya.
View all 31 comments. The Brothers Karamazov is the story of the Karamazov family, which includes three brothers Dimitri, Ivan, and Alexei and a father Fyodor. I know The Brothers Karamazov is touted as an extremely philosophical tale but I underestimated just how philosophical it is.
I do believe that some of what he says comes from a good place and I conceded at many times but in the end, this book is carried by a lot of his philosophies and because of this extreme pro-religion perspective, I was less curious and more annoyed throughout the novel. Has he read up on Christian history in any century since it spread world wide? Very different is the monastic way. Obedience, fasting, and prayer are laughter at, yet they alone constitute the way to real and true freedom.
The people believe as we do, but an unbelieving leader will accomplish nothing in our Russia, even though he be sincere of heart and ingenious of mind. The people will confront the atheist and overcome him, and there will be on Orthodox Russia.
Now, I am in no way here to say science is everything and it gives us hope, knjuga, etc. Science and religion are only easy excuses to justify one greed after another, and then another. To label the progression of scientific advances that make our lives oaramazovi, and brings us closer to each other, as the enemy of humanity makes knjlga, and this book, just another long lecture on the glory of Christianity.
But the religious blabbering. The other reasons would be the monotonous tone of the book, the nonexistent plot, the lifeless characters, and the stale nature of the book overall. Fyodor is as despicable as he is expected to be, Ivan and Aloysha are the same people…and not, and Dimitri throws fits right and left that makes no sense. The women are also all painted with the same brush. karaamzovi
Braća Karamazovi by Fyodor Dostoyevsky (2 star ratings)
None of them seem to have a semi-rational mind with the ability to stay sane for half a minute. There is also just this one teeny, tiny bit of vomit-inducing anti-Semitism.
Was that really too much to ask for? Because if I strip the philosophical bits, this book would drop down to a 1 star. I honestly fail to see why this book is put next to something like War and Peace as one of the greatest novels written. View all 7 comments. I am a fast reader and it took karsmazovi 2 weeks to finish this book which can only mean one thing. Even in my younger years i loved classics. For the love of God i was 17 when i tought Crime and Punishment and Medea were masterpieces.
I believe most people would be uncomfortable with giving publicly criticism to classics. Maybe they would be ashamed that people might consider them shallow and unable to understand something so beautiful. That is not the case. I t I am a fast reader and it took me 2 weeks to finish this book which can only mean one thing. I trully can understand why you might find this book to be one of the best ever written.
It opened many beautiful and hard topics. I just did not care for knhiga of the characters. I didn’t care for their outcome. I did not care who the killer of the disgusting old father who abandoned his children was. I just did not give a damn. Knjuga who did it?
My God,even idiot could see that. I really wanted to like it. I read 5 book while i was still reading this one. I even tried to fool myself and i blamed translation of this book that i possess.