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There’s essentially an entire subplot that belongs in its own book and, despite comprising the final chapter, is never tied into the main narrative. The figures are simplified. I will kill that old bastard!!!

F.M. Dostojevski: Braća Karamazovi, fotografirao Željko Tutnjević | Dubrovnik Summer Festival

In The Brothers Karamazov he has his rants and opinions, he even has a good plot, unfortunately the characters are rather dull, the books biggest failure is that the plot and opinions have been separated. I’m sure this is a classic, but I’m rushed for time and I would very much like to remember what I read. 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.

Was it My sheer ignorance or my new discovery? Return to Book Page. Where we meet the family and are told of all of the awful goings on of the father off-page and they are united in a monastery. View all 5 comments. In the next book he talks with Grushenka, Katerina and Ivan among others.

Braća Karamazovi (The Brothers Karamazov #1-2)

Half the book was one of the Karamazovs talking on and on, uninterrupted to an audience as silent and passive as the reader. To say it gave me a lot to think about is an obvious understatement. S Not a read for beginners. Treasured by a whole series of intellectuals in the years since its release, fans of The Brothers Karamazov claim that, much like Gustave Flaubert’s Madame Bovaryit was one of the first books in history to prove that novels can be legitimate works of art a premise much more hotly contested in the s, when novels were mostly thought of the same way we currently think of first-person-shooter videogamesa sort of perfect blending of character, plot and philosophy that displayed a kind of sophistication simply not seen in other books of the period and indeed, few books since ; and though its style is all over the board, one of these styles he uses constitutes an important early example of “Realism,” the anti-flowery school of thought that first started gaining steam here in the last twenty years of the Victorian Age, and which eventually became such a common way to tell stories that most of us don’t even realize it has a special name.


We also see the nastiness of Smerdyakov as he tricks one boy into poisoning a dog, a real member of the family K. Never too Late to Driven by intense passion, they become involved in the brutal murder of their own father, one of the most loathsome characters in all literature.

It is well said “Fickle is the heart of womanTreacherous and full of vice” You will find hate, jealousycrimepoverty and love in abundance with its true reflections in this book. All rather odd and judgmental to me, as an atheist who considers he has morals, still waiting for the nervous breakdown and the murderous complicities, not to mention the undoubtedly fascinating conversations with Satan, or at least a middling devil. I loved what he said about being a father at the trial — totally agree.

Apparently, he also had many problems with his own father.

Although it’s certainly worth some people’s time, I can’t in honesty say it’s worth everyone’s time, one of the criteria by which we’re determining ‘classic’ status in this essay series; and while I unhesitatingly recommend it to heavy readers who are interested in seeing 19th-century literature at its headiest and most dense, I believe The Brothers Karamazov falls far short of being the kramazovi “book to read before you die.


Previously to this book I had only read Crime and Punishment. When Dostoyevsky wrote Crime and Punishment he had a nice mix of rants, opinions, interesting characters and plot, sure the rants and opinions were out of date but with how it was woven into the plot it worked well. In a prolix account pondering, probing, and delving into the feelings of this small karamazpvi of characters, Dostoyevsky takes his time unfolding the tale.

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.

Dmitri, who was in the military, has bracw to a life of carousing. I’m glad I read this, but I can’t say I loved it.

Khlokahov’s feminism and Kolia’s communism have been somewhat hilarious and shown to be dangerous for their overall outlook, which is a pretty telling situation. Even Virginia Woolf said as much although at one point she deeply admired him. This shows very clearly i It feels ridiculous to voice an opinion about this book. I thought Dmitri oldest brother was a combination of all of them.

I am the original author of this essay, as well as the owner of CCLaP; it is not being reprinted illegally. With the book karamaazovi Boys” we have a really odd interlude where the author shows us bad goose killer! Is that so wrong?