Karamazov Brothers Ned Karamazov Brothers Ned This is translated by Constance Garnett, with an introduction by A. D. P. Briggs. As Fyodor Karamazov awaits an amorous encounter, he is violently done to death. The three sons of the old debauchee are forced to confront their own guilt or complicity. Who will own to parricide? The reckless and passionate Dmitri? The corrosive intellectual Ivan? Surely not the chaste novice monk Alyosha? The search reveals the divisions which rack the brothers, yet paradoxically unite them. Around the writings of this one dysfunctional family Dostoevsky weaves a dense network of social, psychological and philosophical relationships. At the same time he shows - from the opening 'scandal' scene in the monastery to a personal appearance by an eccentric Devil - that his dramatic skills have lost nothing of their edge. \"The Karamazov Brothers\", completed a few months before Dostoevsky's death in 1881, remains for many the high point of his genius as novelist and chronicler of the modern malaise. It cast a long shadow over D. H. Lawrence, Thomas Mann, Albert Camus, and other giants of twentieth-century European literature. Wordsworth classics 978-1-840-22186-2, 978-1-84022-186-2
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Karamazov Brothers Ned

  • Автор: Fyodor Dostoevsky
  • Мягкий переплет. Крепление скрепкой или клеем
  • Издательство: Wordsworth classics
  • Серия: Wordsworth Classics
  • Год выпуска: 2010
  • Кол. страниц: 896
  • ISBN: 978-1-840-22186-2, 978-1-84022-186-2
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This is translated by Constance Garnett, with an introduction by A. D. P. Briggs. As Fyodor Karamazov awaits an amorous encounter, he is violently done to death. The three sons of the old debauchee are forced to confront their own guilt or complicity. Who will own to parricide? The reckless and passionate Dmitri? The corrosive intellectual Ivan? Surely not the chaste novice monk Alyosha? The search reveals the divisions which rack the brothers, yet paradoxically unite them. Around the writings of this one dysfunctional family Dostoevsky weaves a dense network of social, psychological and philosophical relationships. At the same time he shows - from the opening 'scandal' scene in the monastery to a personal appearance by an eccentric Devil - that his dramatic skills have lost nothing of their edge. "The Karamazov Brothers", completed a few months before Dostoevsky's death in 1881, remains for many the high point of his genius as novelist and chronicler of the modern malaise. It cast a long shadow over D. H. Lawrence, Thomas Mann, Albert Camus, and other giants of twentieth-century European literature.
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IT was a warm, bright day the end of August. The interview with the elder had been fixed for half-past eleven, immediately after late mass. Our visitors did not take part in the service, but arrived just as it was over. First an elegant open carriage, drawn by two valuable horses, drove up with Miusov and a distant relative of his, a young man of twenty, called Pyotr Fomitch Kalganov. This young man was preparing to enter the university. Miusov with whom he was staying for the time, was trying to persuade him to go abroad to the university of Zurich or Jena. The young man was still undecided. He was thoughtful and absent-minded. He was nice-looking, strongly built, and rather tall. There was a strange fixity in his gaze at times. Like all very absent-minded people he would sometimes stare at a person without seeing him. He was silent and rather awkward, but sometimes, when he was alone with anyone, he became talkative and effusive, and would laugh at anything or nothing. But his animation vanished as quickly as it appeared. He was always well and even elaborately dressed; he had already some independent fortune and expectations of much more. He was a friend of Alyosha's.

In an ancient, jolting, but roomy, hired carriage, with a pair of old pinkish-grey horses, a long way behind Miusov's carriage, came Fyodor Pavlovitch, with his son Ivan. Dmitri was late, though he had been informed of the time the evening before. The visitors left their carriage at the hotel, outside the precincts, and went to the gates of the monastery on foot. Except Fyodor Pavlovitch, more of the party had ever seen the monastery, and Miusov had probably not even been to church for thirty years. He looked about him with curiosity, together with assumed ease. But, except the church and the domestic buildings, though these too were ordinary enough, he found nothing of interest in the interior of the monastery. The last of the worshippers were coming out of the church bareheaded and crossing themselves. Among the humbler people were a few of higher rank -- two or three ladies and a very old general. They were all staying at the hotel. Our visitors were at once surrounded by beggars, but none of them gave them anything, except young Kalganov, who took a ten-copeck piece out of his purse, and, nervous and embarrassed -- God knows why! -- hurriedly gave it to an old woman, saying: "Divide it equally." None of his companions made any remark upon it, so that he had no reason to be embarrassed; but, perceiving this, he was even more overcome.

It was strange that their arrival did not seem expected, and that they were not received with special honour, though one of them had recently made a donation of a thousand roubles, while another was a very wealthy and highly cultured landowner, upon whom all in the monastery were in a sense dependent, as a decision of the lawsuit might at any moment put their fishing rights in his hands. Yet no official personage met them.

Miusov looked absent-mindedly at the tombstones round the church, and was on the point of saying that the dead buried here must have paid a pretty penny for the right of lying in this "holy place," but refrained. His liberal irony was rapidly changing almost into anger.

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Book I: The History of a Family
Chapter 1: Fyodor Pavlovitch Karamazov
Chapter 2: He Gets Rid of His Eldest Son
Chapter 3: The Second Marriage and the Second Family
Chapter 4: The Third Son, Alyosha
Chapter 5: Elders
Book II: An Unfortunate Gathering
Chapter 1: They Arrive at the Monastery
Chapter 2: The Old Buffoon
Chapter 3: Peasant Women Who Have Faith
Chapter 4: A Lady of Little Faith
Chapter 5: So Be It! So Be It!
Chapter 6: Why Is Such a Man Alive?
Chapter 7: A Young Man Bent on a Career
Chapter 8: The Scandalous Scene
Book III: The Sensualists
Chapter 1: In the Servants' Quarters
Chapter 2: Lizaveta
Chapter 3: The Confession of a Passionate Heart -- in Verse
Chapter 4: The Confession of a Passionate Heart -- In Anecdote
Chapter 5: The Confession of a Passionate Heart -- "Heels Up"
Chapter 6: Smerdyakov
Chapter 7: The Controversy
Chapter 8: Over the Brandy
Chapter 9: The Sensualists
Chapter 10: Both Together
Chapter 11: Another Reputation Ruined
Book IV: Lacerations
Chapter 1: Father Ferapont
Chapter 2: t His Father's
Chapter 3: A Meeting with the Schoolboys
Chapter 4: At the Hohlakovs'
Chapter 5: A Laceration in the Drawing-Room
Chapter 6: A Laceration in the Cottage
Chapter 7: And in the Open Air
Book V: Pro and Contra
Chapter 1: The Engagement
Chapter 2: Smerdyakov with a Guitar
Chapter 3: The Brothers Make Friends
Chapter 4: Rebellion
Chapter 5: The Grand Inquisitor
Chapter 6: For Awhile a Very Obscure One
Chapter 7: "It's Always Worth While Speaking to a Clever Man"
Book VI: The Russian Monk
Chapter 1: Father Zossima and His Visitors
Chapter 2: Recollections of Father Zossima's Youth before he became a Monk. The Duel
Chapter 3: Conversations and Exhortations of Father Zossima. The Russian Monk and his possible Significance.
Book VII: Alyosha
Chapter 1: The Breath of Corruption
Chapter 2: A Critical Moment
Chapter 3: An Onion
Chapter 4: Cana of Galilee
Book VIII: Mitya
Chapter 1: Kuzma Samsonov
Chapter 2: Lyagavy
Chapter 3: Gold Mines
Chapter 4: In the Dark
Chapter 5: A Sudden Resolution
Chapter 6: "I Am Coming, Too!"
Chapter 7: The First and Rightful Lover
Chapter 8: Delirium
Book IX: The Preliminary Investigation
Chapter 1: The Beginning of Perhotin's Official Career
Chapter 2: The Alarm
Chapter 3: The Sufferings of a Soul. The First Ordeal
Chapter 4: The Second Ordeal
Chapter 5: The Third Ordeal
Chapter 6: The Prosecutor Catches Mitya
Chapter 7: Mitya's Great Secret Received with Hisses
Chapter 8: The Evidences of the Witnesses. The Babe
Chapter 9: They Carry Mitya Away
Book X: The Boys
Chapter 1: Kolya Krassotkin
Chapter 2: Children
Chapter 3: The Schoolboy
Chapter 4: The Lost Dog
Chapter 5: By Ilusha's Bedside
Chapter 6: Precocity
Chapter 7: Ilusha
Book XI: Ivan
Chapter 1: At Grushenka's
Chapter 2: The Injured Foot
Chapter 3: A Little Demon
Chapter 4: A Hymn and a Secret
Chapter 5: Not You, Not You!
Chapter 6: The First Interview with Smerdyakov
Chapter 7: The Second Visit to Smerdyakov
Chapter 8: The Third and Last Interview with Smerdyakov
Chapter 9: The Devil. Ivan's Nightmare
Chapter 10: "It Was He Who Said That"
Book XII: A Judicial Error
Chapter 1: The Fatal Day
Chapter 2: Dangerous Witnesses
Chapter 3: The Medical Experts and a Pound of Nuts
Chapter 4: Fortune Smiles on Mitya
Chapter 5: A Sudden Catastrophe
Chapter 6: The Prosecutor's Speech. Sketches of Character
Chapter 7: An Historical Survey
Chapter 8: A Treatise on Smerdyakov
Chapter 9: The Galloping Troika. The End of the Prosecutor's Speech
Chapter 10: The Speech for the Defence. An Argument that Cuts Both Ways
Chapter 11: There Was No Money. There Was No Robbery
Chapter 12: And There Was No Murder Either
Chapter 13: A Corrupter of Thought
Epilogue. Chapter 3: Ilusha's Funeral. The Speech at the Stone
Штрихкод:   9781840221862
Аудитория:   12 лет и старше
Бумага:   Офсет
Масса:   567 г
Размеры:   197x 127x 48 мм
Литературная форма:   Роман
Сведения об издании:   Переводное издание
Тип иллюстраций:   Без иллюстраций
Переводчик:   Garnett Constance
Составитель:   Briggs A. D. P.
Язык:   Английский
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