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  1. Jim Jim says:

    Дядюшкин сон Epub Ð Paperback Дядюшкин pdf, сон pdf, Дядюшкин сонДядюшкин сон ePUBWhen one thinks of Fyodor Dostoyevsky, one does not think of comedy; yet this, one of the first works that the author wrote when he was allowed once again to publish after serving almost ten years in Siberia for belonging to a dissident group, the Petrashevsky Circle. During that time, many of his beliefs were either strengthened or otherwise changed, but he was afraid of publishing something that would arouse the suspicion


  2. Sotiris Karaiskos Sotiris Karaiskos says:

    Дядюшкин сон Epub Ð Paperback Дядюшкин pdf, сон pdf, Дядюшкин сонДядюшкин сон ePUBWith this book the author, after his unpleasant experience, tries to stretch his literary muscles, continuing his great work from where he left it. So the book is in a way a bridge betwee


  3. Elizabeth (Alaska) Elizabeth (Alaska) says:

    Дядюшкин сон Epub Ð Paperback Дядюшкин pdf, сон pdf, Дядюшкин сонДядюшкин сон ePUBI have said that I often miss humor in books. I don't think I missed much in this one. The humor is farcical and broad. Maria Alexandrovna is said to be a scandal-monger, though of course she believes herself above that sort of thing. She thinks herself the top of society. She has banished her husband to their country estate, and, while he has only a bit part in this, I can't help but share part of his description before he disappears off stage.

    Firstly, then, he was a most presentable man, so far as exterior goes, and a very high-principled person besides; but in critical moments he used to lose his head and stand looking like a sheep which has come across a new gate. He looked very majestic and dignified in his dress-coat and white tie at dinner parties, and s


  4. C. C. says:

    Дядюшкин сон Epub Ð Paperback Дядюшкин pdf, сон pdf, Дядюшкин сонДядюшкин сон ePUBAnd then what's a hundred and fifty souls, especially if you have new ideas!

    ...because tyranny is a habit that becomes a need.


  5. Potomacwill Potomacwill says:

    Дядюшкин сон Epub Ð Paperback Дядюшкин pdf, сон pdf, Дядюшкин сонДядюшкин сон ePUBIt was fascinating to see the great heavyweight of the philosophical novel doing farce in what is a very humorous and lighthearted essay of small town life as Czarist RussIa and the old aristocracy slipped into decline amid winds of change blowing in from western Europe. The book's poetics are more like those of a play than any of Dostoyevsky's more widely venerated novels. Virtually everything is externalized, as it must be in theater; and the characters' repeated, usually phobic, references to Shakespeare invite one to grasp the book in terms of .the long tradition of theatrical comedy. Admittedly, there may be more go


  6. Girish Girish says:

    Дядюшкин сон Epub Ð Paperback Дядюшкин pdf, сон pdf, Дядюшкин сонДядюшкин сон ePUBOne of the early books of Fyodor Dosteyskey, this book had been curiously categorised under comedy. I could not see it that way. As a sober parody of the societal class, the book treads without heaviness, the happenings in a small provincial town visited by a senile Prince.

    Maria Alexandrovna, compared to Napolean in the beginning, has the strong will of a mother who will stop at nothing to set up a good life for her daughter Zina. When the old prince is brought to her place by his distant nephew Pavel (a suitor of Zina), Maria makes up her mind to entrap the prince to marry her Zina. Gifted with oratory prowess and a cunning mind, Maria takes on every obstacle that comes her way in the form of moral dilemma, lover's anger, gossip mongering women of the society and her good for nothing husband.

    Zina who hesitatingly takes part in her mother's plan, is a spinster at 23 (very old)


  7. Jeremiah Nichols Jeremiah Nichols says:

    Дядюшкин сон Epub Ð Paperback Дядюшкин pdf, сон pdf, Дядюшкин сонДядюшкин сон ePUBThe first work produced after his time in a prison camp, Uncle’s Dream might be the funniest writing by Fyodor Dostoevsky. As a mother tries to take advantage of an aging prince with her beautiful yet eligible daughter, a small town schemes, gossips, and betrays it’s way to hysteria. This novella would be a fun first read for someone interested in reading Dostoevsky’s greater works.


  8. John John says:

    Дядюшкин сон Epub Ð Paperback Дядюшкин pdf, сон pdf, Дядюшкин сонДядюшкин сон ePUBFor Uncle's Dream: This novella, written soon after Dostoevsky’s time in Siberia, takes a surprisingly comic approach to its subject matter, surprising given the grand drama of Dostoevsky’s most famous works. That said, the comedy works pretty well here, as Dostoevsky brings together a cast of characters that bring big and conflicting personalities while set in a small provincial town.

    The story surrounds the daughter—Zena—of the biggest town gossip—Marya Alexandrovna—and Zena’s potential marriage to a rich but decrepit and old count that has just been brought for a visit. The count has little of his mind left, though he talks quite often. He makes little sense, usually forgets things within hours or even minutes, and tries to make himself look much younger than he is. The Count is, in a word, ridiculous. He also represents, in the words of Marya Alexandrovna, t


  9. Jonathan Jonathan says:

    Дядюшкин сон Epub Ð Paperback Дядюшкин pdf, сон pdf, Дядюшкин сонДядюшкин сон ePUBSomehow, for a comedy-turned-tragedy, the humour was right up my alley.


  10. Sarah Awad Sarah Awad says:

    Дядюшкин сон Epub Ð Paperback Дядюшкин pdf, сон pdf, Дядюшкин сонДядюшкин сон ePUBThere's something very Jane Austen about this novella. Or an accelerated, less monotonous version of Tolstoy's Anna Karenina. Somewhere around that dimension of drama and Russian aristocracy.


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