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Ideile nu sunt coagulate sub tutela unui concept unic. They are fascinated, not by realism, but by the emotional ideal side of socialism, enddemoniados the religious note in it, so to say, by the poetry of it… second-hand, of course.

We appreciate your feedback. Who are the devils? See all 9 questions about Demons…. Not the way a novel is, but rather the way life is.

Dec 26, He is a close friend fostoievski Stepan a widower — and comes out as a great observer of people, people are easily trusting their secrets in him but do not seem to think of him as a person of consequence. Return to Book Page.

Demons by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Mar 06, Endemoniadso rated it it was amazing Shelves: Joyce Carol Oates has described it as “Dostoevsky’s most confused and violent novel, and his most satisfactorily ‘tragic’ work. What I found impressive, though, is that it doesn’t need to label itself dark.

View all 49 comments. Anything can be justified, as long as the results satisfyThe Ends Justify the Means. Publicado no VI, com imagens e links: What the swines will be, I’m curious. Each of Dostoyevsky’s big novels is a piece that is both infinitely frustrating and beautifully perfect at the same time.


Any translation except Garnett is fine. And I am happy I did. Many opinions get expressed in this novel, many of which could easily slip into contemporary discourse without much of a hitch just add some pop culture references… Particularly: Pyotr is the lox son of Stepan Verkhovensky, a lazy scholar, who sponges off the wealthy widow of a general, Varvara Petrovna Stavrogin.

It doesn’t shout it nor does it let its darkness cover its aforementioned philosophical value. Yulia, has problems with her jealous husband, not dlstoievski mentionVarvara, a big rival, and her literary celebration efforts, and partyare a disaster, quite funny if you’re not she or her friends.

They traveled abroad and returned in These things ring true today, and the repercussions are the same that we see with the coup attempt in Turkey for example. Both have their blind followers and their holy dogma to keep people on track. Dostoevsky, the author, is something that always seems to outstrip the pigeon-holer: View all 4 comments.

In it, I found such a beautiful line that could have been written just for me. And all the new railroads, will get you to it, that cold, desolate territory, very quickly.

One day, I heard some Stravinsky and burst into tears. Ahora todo es dolor y terror. He pretends to be a socialist but that is only a way to manipulate people of his organization for personal objects. Would you like us to take another look at this review?


The endemlniados time was in ‘Crime and Punishment’ but that time it was only a dream.

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But I truly believe people who hide in dreary commercial art are betraying their capacity to think and improve and understand. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. Open Preview See a Problem? Jan 16, Henry Avila rated it really liked it. You might think after reading like first dosoievski hundred pages that nothing is ever going to happen but that would be wrong; by the end of novel you will have dealt with a gun-duel, murders in plural ende,oniados, suicides three of themnatural death, adultery, secret marriage, unrequited loves pluralarson, child-birth scene it was beautifulfamily reunion, riots, dancing-balls-gone-wrong etc.

Self-sacrifice is not a virtue in my worldview, it is a vice which generates violence – often resulting in horrible crimes committed against innocent people without connection to the fanatics who believe they are being religious heroes by promoting suffering.