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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 behind this were the 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 could 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 fjoor issues like the existence of god, etc.
Dostijevski 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 iaramazovi like in this book. Kyle Beaudet In the beginning Dostoevsky is showcasing all of the flaws of iaramazovi characters, and intentionally makes them all fairly unlikable, except for Alyosha …more In the beginning Dostoevsky is showcasing all of the 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 book is not yet featured on Listopia. The Brothers Karamazov is a passionate philosophical karxmazovi 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 Russia. View all 11 comments.
View all 9 comments. View all 33 comments. I will generally finish a novel no matter what I have tried twice, so I suppose this is going to be a novel that doesn’t ever make it to my “read” list. It took me three starts and an unusual amount of determination to finish this novel. I was inches away from abandoning it for good and all. The themes Dostoevsky tackles al I will generally finish a novel no matter what The themes Dostoevsky tackles along the way are significant and weighty.
Just when he begins to move the story forward, he always seems to stop and write a few chapters of political or religious philosophy, and the reader is kxramazovi to stop with him, digest what the arguments mean, and weigh in personally on which side of the debate truth lies.
The book inspires soul searching, but requires almost inhuman concentration. The brothers themselves are atypical characters, volatile and impassioned, unpredictable and complicated. Nothing they do seems to be logical. The father is a buffoon, and so crude and cruel that he garners no dlstojevski from me at all. Then, things begin to gel, the story begins to move, I find myself caring about what happens to these men, particularly Dmitri Mitya and to the two women with whom he is involved.
I know I will make it through this time. I understand why this fjodof considered an important work and a classic piece of literature. It addresses many important issues that have universal implications. What happens if you remove God from the equation?
What purpose does faith serve in life? Does suffering lead to self-awareness and can it change a man for the better? To what extent are we morally responsible for others? If you wish a murder, if you fail to stop one, are you equally guilty with the man who commits the deed?
I suspect I will be pondering The Brothers Karamazov for a long while. I did not enjoy this read, but it will mean something to me. Perhaps, like Mitya, I needed to suffer karamazovj attain appreciation.
At the very least, I have come away with a sense of accomplishment. Now for something very, very, very light. View all 48 comments.
Second reading inspired by 1 Albert Camus’s The Rebel: I’m also curious to see if I can make it all the way through this monster again.
When I started this book a month ago, my initial thought was that the characters were fantastic. Then things got slow, and then they got slower. Brzca, I trudged on. This was my Moby Dick; this was my War and Peace. I was determined to get through it.
All of a sudden, things started making sense at about the halfway point. Allow me to explain. I have for many years thought that I must be an adopted child.
You guys, my family is crazy. I don’t mean the fun kind of hahaha crazy, e When I started this book a month ago, my initial thought was that the characters were fantastic.
Braća Karamazovi I-II by Fjodor Dostojevski (4 star ratings)
I don’t mean the fun kind of hahaha crazy, either. I mean that raw chicken has been thrown at people in anger during family gatherings. In my 5 person family, there are all degrees of religious beliefs, all degrees of political beliefs, several different degrees of sexuality, income levels that range from poverty to upper middle class, major differences in education, and one person who thinks cilantro tastes like soap. Family gatherings are always stressful and someone inevitably ends up in tears.
How can I be related to these people? This novel made dostojevsli realize that, though my family members are all very different, we have something in common: We are the Karamazovs. I won’t pick apart the plot, because that’s been done. What I will write is that there are so many interesting things to think about in rbaca story. Wisdom, faith, religion, justice, karamxzovi, guilt, redemption, and free will are all shown Without being preachy fjdor without ever telling the reader which is the right way to go, this story follows a family of people who experience all extremes imaginable and deal with the consequences.
I learned from The Idiot that this author is a master of doing a slow character build through the first half and then hooking you in for the rest of the book.
During the second half, all that stuff I thought was fluff in the first half became clear. There is no fluff in this book, and I was extremely satisfied at the end.
But a fair warning for everyone who reads this novel to the end: I was in public and unprepared. It was almost like when my older sister slipped the cilantro into the salsa thinking my younger sister wouldn’t notice, but better. View all 12 comments.
Braća Karamazovi I-II
I read this book when I was young, and now I have come back to it, in audiobook format. Ostensibly a murder mystery, the story is not exciting, not ddostojevski, not titillating, and does not have a complicated plot. Instead, it is a deeply philosophical novel about relationships, between people and dosojevski people and God.
It is about ethics, good-and-evil, love, jealousy, faith, betrayal, and psychology. From my reading of the novel many years ago, I just remember the heavy-duty philosophical mon I read this book when I was young, and now I have come back to it, in audiobook format.