Fyodor M Dostoyevsky

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Fyodor M Dostoyevsky

Postby romeoblaze » Thu Sep 16, 2010 3:55 am

The Possessed

This is a wonderful book. Dostoevsky's characterization of the prevalent general, the author of the only and very few others can do as it reaches the souls of many characters. Dostoevsky's favorite survival philosophical undercurrent to this story. The story of how the budding socialist revolutionary movement affects a small Russian town has an account. A gripping depiction or revolutionary movements who are willing to joke with humility - Dostoevsky The event gives the treatment it deserves. The result is a novel full of humor. Tragedy of people who each, move to confuse foolish mistakes are a natural result of sensitivity as presented. That's their "right" really is. It completely put into practice and generated 19 scientific revolution of the century is about the generation caught up in nihilism. For me, this book is equal to or greater than the Brothers Karamazov. This book after either an atheist or an abandonment of atheism appears in a later stage be as challenging as can be seen. Anyway, it's more evidence that Dostoevsky is great writer who ever lived.
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