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Free read ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ô Fyodor Dostoyevsky Read & download î Преступление и наказание Æ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Fyodor Dostoyevsky ô 2 Free download Mei dilemele personajului său pendulările sale lăuntrice între bine și rău rațional și irațional psihologia ucigașului și a anchetatorului avansând în final posibili­tatea mântuirii prin iubire umilința și jertfa de sine Original fasci­nant și tulburător romanul Crimă și pedeapsă ilustrează admi­rabil criza socială și spirituală a epocii având o influență profundă asupra ficțiunii secolului al XX le. What a sensational reading experience what an unconditional surrender to an atmosphere of fear anxiety and confusion and to an epic battle of wills Rarely these days do I read with that kind of hopeless helpless feeling of being completely utterly lost in the imaginary world From the first moment when Raskolnikov steps out on the street and begins wandering around in Petersburg to the very last pages I live with the characters I am part of the story I have my own opinions and argue against their actions in my head while reading on in a frenzy What can I say There has been enough said of Raskolnikov s murky motives for doing what he does I don t agree with him at all neither with the theory he proposes nor with the idea that he can expiate his crime through intense suffering I hate the nonchalance with which he discards the murderee a louse as an unimportant detail in the bigger picture of him his character his suffering ego and his ultimate redemption and resurrection as a new man Even if the pawnbroker is not a sympathetic character she is an independent woman who provides for herself without having to sell her body to a husband or a pimp She is not a louse and by killing her out of vanity pride self promotion delusion or hubris Raskolnikov destroys her It is not the devil s work as Raskolnikov says at one point A great man should be better able to take responsibility for his own actions It is Raskolnikov himself who knowingly condescendingly makes the calculation that an ugly businesslike old woman does not have any value in herself Of course not Raskolnikov Neither does Shylock in The Merchant Of Venice Not part of the mainstream community they don t count in the name of law and justice and compassion It takes a Shakespeare or a Dostoyevsky to point that out without sounding preachy and moralist and without siding with one character against anotherIn a world in which women are property the unattractive pawnbroker is meaningless unless you turn her riches into your property As for the brutal killing with an axe A mere trifle in the contextBut as Dostoyevsky might well be one of the most brilliant authors ever describing an evil character I commiserate with the scoundrel with the egomaniac charismatic murderer I feel for him with him in his dramatic stand offs with Pyotr Petrovich his intellectual counterpart Their verbal exchanges evoke the image of two predators circling each other working on their own strategies while calculating the enemy sI suffer with the psychopath and take his side even when I disagree with him Such is the power of Dostoyevsky s storytelling genius He creates characters with major flaws and very different positions and he gives all of them their space their say their moment on stage And when they appear they have the audience s full attention Dostoyevsky lets a cynical self confessed abuser of women commit the one act of charity that actually has a positive impact on three children s future He lets a drunkard the comical character of Marmeladov who pushes his wife to insanity and his daughter to prostitution revel in the pleasure of suffering sounding almost like a philosopher when he cherishes his idea that god will honour the self sacrifice of the women he has destroyed and that the same god will indiscriminately have mercy on himself as well for being so willing to suffer especially the pulling of hair does a great deal of good according to Marmeladov comical effect includedDostoyevsky lets women sacrifice themselves in the name of charity and religion Needless to say I have strong opinions about that and apart from the unspeakable suffering imposed on them in their lifetime I do not approve of any religious dogma that justifies self sacrifice as a virtue in our time of terrorist violence it seems an almost obscene attitude Regardless I suffer with them through the author s brilliantly atmospheric narrativeDostoyevsky the sharp psychological mind and analytic accurately points out the difference between women in the story sacrificing only themselves and the violent men sacrificing others mostly women children and innocent intellectually inferior men for their own benefit in their delusion that they are extraordinary and have special rights beyond the law And he does it so convincingly that the reader feels the urge to argue with the characters I found myself saying But Raskolnikov I really don t think Napoleon would have killed a pawnbroker with an axe to demonstrate his greatness that is not the way great men exert their power And as an anachronistic side note in these times of newspeakish American style greatness we need to ask ourselves if that is anything to strive for at all It is a powerful book and a book about powerThe hypnotic power that a charismatic personality exerts over other peopleThe physical power that men exert over women and childrenThe mental power that educated people exert over simple mindsThe financial power that wealthy people exert over hungry poor miserable peopleThe religious power that dogma exerts over people to accept injustice in the hope of scoring high with god in the afterlifeThe linguistic power that elouence exerts to dominate an entire environment with propagandaThe individual power to say no Two characters both women refuse to play the cards they are dealt Dounia Romanovna and Katerina Ivanovna you are my true heroes in this endlessly deep masterpiece of a novelDounia holding the revolver ready to kill the man who has lured her into a corner and tries to blackmail her into a sexual relationship The most powerful scene of all I shiver while reading Literally I have goosebumps As will power goes hers is brilliant No man owns that woman Thank you for that scene Dostoyevsky And she manages NOT to kill thus showing her spoiled attention seeking impulsive and arrogant brother who is mentally superior despite physical weaknessKaterina committing an act of insanity while slowly dying of consumption and leaving her three children orphans Instead of hiding herself and suffering in secret she takes to the streets forces her misery upon the world and makes it official She has all the right in the world to dance sing and make noise to point to the insanity of society which creates a platform for a life like hers And her refusal to receive the greedy priest on her deathbed is simply divine God can take me as I am or be damned Right you are KaterinaI could go on in infinity but I will break off here just like Dostoyevsky breaks off in medias res hinting at the untold seuel the marriage between Raskolnikov and Sonia Oh dear what an emotional roller coaster that must be it is uite enough to allude to it in an epilogue to make me smile The brooding murderer and the saintly whore joined together in holy suffering Brilliant even as a vague ideaCurtainStanding shaking roaring ovations

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Free read ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ô Fyodor Dostoyevsky Read & download î Преступление и наказание Æ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Fyodor Dostoyevsky ô 2 Free download C și mizantrop în ceasurile lungi de meditație din odaia sa strâmtă de la mansardă Sub presiunea sărăciei cumplite a însingurării și a sentimentului de zădărnicie a tuturor aspirațiilor sale această teorie îndrăzneață este pusă peste noapte în aplicare ducând la un dublu asasinat de o sălbăticie care zguduie întreg orașul Sankt Petersburg Dostoievski anali­zează cu intuiția unui fin psiholog cauzele cri. 60 Stars One of my All Time Favorite novels In addition to being one of the first works of Classic Literature that I suggest when asked for recommendations from others this story holds a special place in my heart as it was the story along with Moby Dick that began my love of the classics for which I will always be grateful So often we are forced to read the great works of literature for school or at times not of our choosing and I think it tends to lead to a lifelong aversion to themlike being forced to eat vegetables as a childyuck I was fortunate enough to come back to these stories on my own terms while I was in College My parents at my reuest bought me a subscription to several Easton Press library collections including the 100 Greatest Books Ever Written and Books That Changed the World Two of the first three books I received were Moby Dick and Crime and Punishment So I took a weekend off from getting drunk and running naked through Downtown San Diego and decided instead to get drunk in my apartment and read Crime and Punishmentand I fell head over heals in man love with Dostoyevsky I loved this book from the opening scene in which Raskolnikov is convincing himself about the rightness of committing the murder of the money lending pawn broker all the way through the bittersweet end and the beginning of his redemption Powerful brilliant insightful and surprisingly engaging despite the fact that it is far from being a light read in either prose or content The central theme of this story is not really the crime ie Murder or punishment ie incarceration in the formal sense of the word The real crime is Raskolnikov s arrogance in placing himself above his fellow man and thus is not bound by the rules of society ie his belief he is like Napoleon Likewise the punishment is the deeply felt and unexpected from his standpoint guilt over what he has done It is Raskolnikov s personal internal struggle with the evil he has perpetrated His mind his body his very essence rails against his actions and leads him down the path that will eventually lead to the possibility of redemption It is such a deeply personal emotionally evocative journey that it was impossible for me not to become intensely invested in the story Something that struck me as I was reading about Raskolnikov s struggle with his conscience was the thought that everybody does things that they are ashamed of or wish they could change That is part of being human It is our ability to feel genuine remorse over our bad actions and voluntarily take steps to rectify those mistakes that leads to growth and character I think this is why I have always loved stories of redemption because it is such a classic theme of being human On the other hand I also realized why I get so bat shit crazy with anger when I hear of certain kinds of what people terms non violent crime Rapists and murderers when they get caught are punished and sent to places I have nightmares about Whether or not it is enough we can debate but it is defintely not a fun place What bothers me are the slime balls who steal and pillage millions and billions of from people who need it and end up spending time in cushy federal prisons with cable TV and other amenities I see these crimes as bad as most violent crimes because they lead to real severe pain and devastation for many of the victims and yet the punishment never seems commensurate And yet these white collar criminals get off so much easier and you NEVER or rarely see genuine remorse over the destruction they have caused It lead me to do a little justice fantasizing and I came up with this that I thought I would share Sorry for the less smooth segue but it was something that came to me while I was reading the book Anyway unlike those above Raskolnikov s story is one of true growth and redemption and is definitely a story that I think everyone should read HIGHEST POSSIBLE RECOMMENDATIONPS The second time I read this I listened to the unabridged audio as read by George Guidall and he did his usual AMAZING job I think his narration is superb and truly enhanced the experience of the story

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