Notes From The Underground by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Notes From The Underground by Fyodor DostoyevskyWe all often hear the words “penal servitude”, “convict”, “hard labor”. And we know that all these words, of course, relate to the realities of the nineteenth century. What are we to outdated concepts? The answer to this question is given by “Notes from the Dead house” Dostoevsky in which he tells us, his readers,people of the XXI century, that human suffering is the same in any century and in any country. That they are equally gnaw and noble, and commoner…

When I read the book, then forgot all about Alexander Petrovich Goryanchikov – the author notes. I would like to see between the lines of Dostoevsky, heard his voice, telling about his hard life that made him who he was, which developed in him sensitivity to other people’s misery and deprivation. In the novel there are pages that moved me almost to tears. Such is the description of the night after Christmas display. I felt anguish, which was described by Dostoyevsky. I can only imagine what she came to him every night! There are in fact only a few paragraphs, but whatever…
A reading stage performance, I sincerely laughed. Laughter through tears…

The scene in the bath is of Dante’s Inferno. I repeat banal thing of criticism, but that is the
By the way, another proof that Gorianchikov is Dostoevsky himself in the head “Claim” one of the
he said to him: “Remember what we came here for. They (the rest of the gang) just flogged. And we are under (political criminals) to the court.” However, in “diary of a writer” Fyodor says that some still believe that he was exiled for the murder of his wife.

This book taught me to appreciate every passing day. After all, every day – free, he is in full harmony with the world. And I have the free sky. This is the greatest happiness!

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