Idioot (Eesti Päevalehe romaaniklassika, #32)

Idioot Eesti P evalehe romaaniklassika Fjodor Dostojevski on neid vene klassikuid kelle geniaalsus on j tnud s gavaid j lgi kogu j rgmise sajandi maailmakirjandusse h lmates nii euroopa kui ka ameerika kirjanduse suurnimesid Dostojevski

  • Title: Idioot (Eesti Päevalehe romaaniklassika, #32)
  • Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky Marta Sillaots
  • ISBN: 9788498199123
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Fjodor Dostojevski on neid vene klassikuid, kelle geniaalsus on j tnud s gavaid j lgi kogu j rgmise sajandi maailmakirjandusse, h lmates nii euroopa kui ka ameerika kirjanduse suurnimesid Dostojevski m ju j relp lvede kirjandusele on seletatav tema s gava elutundmisega, llatavalt peene ps hholoogilise anal siga ja keskendumisega hiskonna k ige valusamate k simuste lahkFjodor Dostojevski on neid vene klassikuid, kelle geniaalsus on j tnud s gavaid j lgi kogu j rgmise sajandi maailmakirjandusse, h lmates nii euroopa kui ka ameerika kirjanduse suurnimesid Dostojevski m ju j relp lvede kirjandusele on seletatav tema s gava elutundmisega, llatavalt peene ps hholoogilise anal siga ja keskendumisega hiskonna k ige valusamate k simuste lahkamisele Tema romaanide kangelased on t eotsijad, kes hea ja kurja tunnetamisel n evad maailmaparandamise v imalust ksnes inimese eneset iustamises ja k lblate ideaalide j rgimises Selles m ttes on Dostojevski loomingust vahest k ige iseloomulikum tema romaan Idioot 1868 , milles autor eriti tundlikult reageerib omaaegsetele hiskondlikele ja eetilistele probleemidele, tuues vene 60 ndate aastate revolutsiooniliste ideede k rvale oma positiivse ideaali naiivselt ebapraktilise, kuid liigutavalt ilms tu ja ausa kangelase, idioodi , v rst Lev M kini.

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    1. I’ve been trying to review this book for over a week now, but I can’t. I’m struggling with something: How do I review a Russian literature classic? Better yet, how do I review a Russian literature classic without sounding like a total dumbass? (Hint: It’s probably not going to happen.)First I suppose a short plot synopsis should be in order: The Idiot portrays young, childlike Prince Myshkin, who returns to his native Russia to seek out distant relatives after he has spent several years [...]

    2. There are many reviews of this book making out that Prince Myshkin was Christ-like, a truly good man who lived for the moment. A holy idiot, or more accurately, wholly idiot indeed is what he really was. Why did they think Dostoyevsky entitled the book, The Idiot if he meant 'The Man who was Innocent and Really Good" or "The Man who was like Jesus"? The title wasn't any kind of irony, it was about an idiot.Prince Myshkin had spent years in a sanitarium for his epilepsy and returns to Russia wher [...]

    3. If Raskolnikov was the charismatic murderer whose side I took despite myself when he killed an old woman out of greed and broke down psychologically afterwards, Prince Myshkin is the supposedly good, childlike Christ figure whom I failed to like at all.Just do make it clear from the beginning: I liked the novel just as much as Crime and Punishment and Notes from Underground, and I found it just as compulsively readable. The cast of characters is magnificent. My sole problem is the character of M [...]

    4. The Idiot is a remarkable literary feat; a true accomplishment. It not only shows and represents true human complexity, but it births it, both in the inner workings of its passionate characters, and in the overall story. It's replete with patient, mind testing issues that spring the reader’s level of understanding back-and-fourth; yet its emotional intensity is felt throughout. It speaks truth of our striving human conditions; our emotions which only know the truth of their existence in the mo [...]

    5. رضا امیرخانی، جایی گفته بود که "اگه قرار بود نویسنده ها پیامبری داشته باشن، پیامبرشون تولستوی خواهد بود." حرف درستیه، ولی این پیامبر از داستایوسکی وحی دریافت میکنه!مناز بین رمان های داستایوسکی، بیشتر از همه عاشق "جنایت و مکافات" و بعد "ابله" هستم. در درجات بعد، قمار باز و برادرا [...]

    6. Como siempre me pasa con Dostoievski, debo decir que he disfrutado mucho la historia del Príncipe Lev Nikoláievich Mishkin, quien vuelve luego de cuatro años de un sanatario en Suiza para recuperarse ¿adivinen de qué? si, de epilepsia, como Dostoievski, hacia Pávlovsk en Rusia. De ahí, que, a partir de sus problemas de salud es considerado un idiota. Al volver a insertarse en la sociedad rusa, la encuentra totalmente fría, distorsionada, mezquina y malévola y es, tal vez, el mensaje que [...]

    7. We tend to view innocence as an uplifting cleansing virtue. Contact with it is supposed to improve the soul. But this isn’t always the case. Sometimes, in company, my five year old son will blurt out something I don’t want outsiders to know and I end up blushing! His innocence causes me discomfort. I also remember that little girl from Aleppo who every day updated online the situation in the besieged city. Imagine the reactions of Assad’s regime to her online posts. Would they have been wo [...]

    8. Helen Ροζουλί Εωσφόρος Vernus Portitor Arcanus Ταμετούρο Αμούν Arnum says:

      Εκεί που πολεμούν οι άνθρωποι με τις αδυναμίες τους και τα όνειρα, εκεί που οι δειλοί πεθαίνουν πριν τον θάνατο τους, εκεί που οι σκέψεις κάνουν πρόβα για να κρύψουν ό,τι αισθάνονται ή να αισθανθούν ό,τι κρύβουν, εκεί που δεν ξέρεις ποιον φόβο σου να αγαπήσεις περισσότερο, εκ [...]

    9. Ξεκίνησα διαβάζοντας από τις εκδόσεις Ζαχαρόπουλου. Για 400 σελίδες. Κουράστηκα πολύ, απορώντας γιατί είναι τόσο κακό το βιβλίο σε σχέση με τους καραμάζοφ και το έγκλημα που είχα μέχρι στιγμής διαβάσει. Συνέχισα με εκδόσεις Γκοβόστη. Διάβαζα ένα άλλο τελείως διαφορετικό βιβ [...]

    10. Are there countries in the world which are more likely to produce depressing literature than others? If so, Russia must be pretty much top of the list. I have yet to read a Russian novel which ends well for all the protagonists. I can only think of a few in which things end well for even a few of the protagonists. And Dostoyevsky of course loves his tragedies. The Idiot is one of them. While it's not as tragic as, say, Crime and Punishment, nearly all of its protagonists come to a sticky end, an [...]

    11. Sejamos Todos IdiotasA sociedade, com todos os seus jogos de poder e corrupção , destrói os Puros.Uma tradição milenar que remonta à era de Cristo!Numa caricatura social, Dostoiévski mostra-nos como as boas almas são exploradas, vilipendiadas, violentadas acabando destruídas.Os Puros são apontados a dedo como Idiotas, uns Patetas Bonzões que não encaixam em lado nenhum.A Sociedade é o Holocausto dos Puros!!!Porém, se só a beleza poderá salvar o mundo e a sociedade aniquila os seu [...]

    12. Do you answer ‘yes’ to any of the following questions?1. You ever sleep in another person’s house for the first time, not wanting to turn on a light to see your way to the toilet, and run into a wall?2. You ever been in a public building at night and the power fails, and you run into a wall?3. You ever been camping with an overcast night and straggle into the woods to take a pee, and run into a wall of shrubbery?4. You ever been in a leadership reaction course, blindfolded, and run into a [...]

    13. The tragedy of being too goodAn ideal idiotMost of my favorite characters are either pure evil or complex anti-hero type; the stereotype Mr. Goody-two-shoes has never appealed to me; however Prince Muishkin, the idiot in the novel, is now going to be an exception.He has suffered from idiocy due to epilepsy (FD too suffered from epilepsy attacks) all his childhood and early youth. Perhaps it was due to this idiocy that he has not adopted the common sense – the ‘normal’ way of looking at the [...]

    14. “Don’t let us forget that the causes of human actions are usually immeasurably more complex and varied than our subsequent explanations of them.” ― Fyodor Dostoyevsky, The IdiotAt once 'The Idiot' is a complicated, beautiful and yet ultimately a somewhat flawed novel. Written shortly after 'Crime and Punishment', it seems like Dostoevsky wanted to invert Raskolnikov. Instead of a mad killer, Prince Myshkin the 'Idiot' is an innocent saint, a positive, a beautiful soul and holy fool motiv [...]

    15. 861. Идиот = The Idiot, Fyodor DostoevskyThe Idiot (Russian: Идио́т, Idiot) is a novel by the 19th-century Russian author Fyodor Dostoyevsky. It was first published serially in the journal The Russian Messenger in 1868–9.The title is an ironic reference to the central character of the novel, Prince (Knyaz) Lev Nikolaevich Myshkin, a young man whose goodness and open-hearted simplicity lead many of the more worldly characters he encounters to mistakenly assume that he lacks intellige [...]

    16. Αυτο το βιβλιο το εχω διαβασει δυο φορές . Την πρώτη ήμουν γύρω στα δεκάξι , την δεύτερη , οταν σε μεγάλη ηλικία πήγα στο πανεπιστήμιο . . Ηταν μέρος μαθήματος . Ετσι ξανασυναντήθηκα με τους ήρωες και τον κοσμο του Ντοστογιεφσκι μ. Εχω την αίσθηση ομως πως αυτοι οι ήρωες και αυτ [...]

    17. Here's Dostoyevski's mode of proceeding, and it's maddening. One, here's what I'm about to tell you; two, now here I am actually telling it to you; and three, now let's review what I've just told you. Every point is handled thus. The tedium! Nevertheless, it's D so I forced myself to read most of it. In the end the book fell heavily from my hands and I woke.

    18. A Prince Among Men"The humor of Dostoyevsky is the humor of a bar loafer who ties a kettle to a dog's tail." W. Somerset Maugham, A Writer's NotebookPrince Myshkin, this novel's protagonist, immediately came to mind when I recently heard the phrase "a prince among men," well after having read this a few years back.What happens when you drop into higher society a man with a title but an illness that took him away to Switzerland for all his youth? Dostoevsky wanted to write a novel that answered t [...]

    19. Terminei O Idiota com um nó na garganta.Fui reler a opinião do André e fiquei de lágrimas nos olhos.Li a pequena biografia de Dostoievski, na badana da minha edição, e"Em 1849, quando escrevera já uma dúzia de contos, foi preso e condenado à morte. A pena foi substituída à última hora por cinco anos de trabalhos forçados numa prisão siberiana."Se a pena não tivesse sido substituída, não haveria Crime e Castigo, Os Irmãos Karamázov, O Idiota e tantas outras obras criadas por um [...]

    20. What is the difference between simplicity and being an idiot? In different ways, this question is asked over and over again over the course of this book. And can an honest man survive in society - to be precise, Russian society in the 19th century. Note: The rest of this review has been withdrawn due to the recent changes in policy and enforcement. You can read why I came to this decision here.In the meantime, you can read the entire review at Smorgasbook

    21. А вие знаете ли що е то идиот? Срещали ли сте идиоти в живота си? У нас думата „идиот“ е особено широко понятие и се прилага щедро по отношение на хора, които най-общо не са съгласни с вас или по ваше мнение са извършили въпиеща глупост. Според „Речник на дявола“ на Амброуз Б [...]

    22. Prince Myshkin, 26, arrives in St. Petersburg, Russia, by train, "The Beautiful Man", has too much compassion, for this cynical age. He believes every person, trusts all, feels the pain, of the suffering unfortunates, thus has no common sense. Simple? Gullible? An Idiot? Or a Saint? That question only you can decide. Set in the 1860's, the sick prince (he's an epileptic, like the author of this novel), alone, frightened, no relatives, or friends, or money, in the world, but with a desire, to see [...]

    23. I tend to applaud writers who can tell an amazing story in few pages to those in need of a tome to tell a mediocre storyI read The Idiot as my quarterly 2017 classic challenge and had hoped for the experience I has this time last year while reading War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy. War and Peace I really enjoyed as the plot and the characterisation was excellent and the book was so readable and interesting, while The Idiot is readable and is well written in places it does tend to be on the dry side [...]

    24. "Love children especially, for they too are sinless like the angels; they live to soften and purify our hearts and, as it were, to guide us." Dostoyevsky despised the view that a child's thoughts were not worthy of consideration, in fact he believed a child was necessary (aside from the obvious evolutionary necessity of children of course) in our society due to our increasingly selfish tendencies, and believed a child was always well intentioned. This does remind me of a certain character in thi [...]

    25. This book disappointed me. I never thought I would be saying this with regard to a book by Dostoyevsky, but it's true. Perhaps this is only because I’ve been spoiled by reading The Brothers Karamazov, which even admirers of The Idiot will likely admit is a much stronger work. Yet I was not merely unimpressed by this work, but was often greatly frustrated by it. To be concise, I found The Idiot to be a rambling mess.Anyone familiar with Dostoyevsky’s work will know that he is not a versatile [...]

    26. هذا الأبله ليسَ أبلهاً أن تقرأ الأبله يعني أن تعيش حياته بتفاصيلها الدقيقة أن تتفرغ تماماً.فكاتب عملاق كديستوفيسكي لا يمكن تجاهله بقراءة روايته بسرعة، بل تأني حتى تسبر أغوار الأحداث.برأي الشخصي: الرواية دسمة وتحمل معاني كثيرة، فمن مرض بطل القصة النفسي إلى قدرته الخارقة على [...]

    27. THE IDIOT: THE JOURNEY FROM RESURRECTION TO CRUCIFIXION I am selective in reading novels, particularly long ones, and I dither to dip my head into middling ones even if they offer some interesting perspectives on life, history or storytelling. I was wary when started reading The Idiot , since the drama spans over 660 pages. Having read the work, my feeling is –Give me another 600 pages of this signature!The Idiot has made deep imprint in my psyche and I am sure it is going to stay with me fore [...]

    28. هل الأبله هو من يكون بسيطا غير متكلف ؟؟أم هو الطيب الذي ينظر إلى الحياة بقلب وعيون طفل صغير ؟؟هل هو الذي يهتم بمصالح الغير ويراعيها على حساب مصلحته ؟؟هل هو الذي لايفكر بمال ومصالح بقدر ما يسعى لخير البشر ومنفعتهم ؟؟؟ هل هو صاحب المثل العليا والأهداف السامية ؟؟أم هل هو المؤمن [...]

    29. لا أدري تمامًا ما يجب قوله، لكن سأحاول:الأبله، رواية الأمير ميشكين الذي يعاني من مرض الصرع، يترك مصحته في سويسرا، ويعود إلى روسيا، بلده الأم، فيلتقي برزوغنين، ولبيدييف في القطار الذي يعود به إلى موسكو. يتعارف ثلاثتهم على بعضهم، ويجدون ترابطًا في علاقاتهم. يذهب ميشكين إلى بي [...]

    30. I love this book because it made me think. Hard.According to my understanding of "The Idiot," Dostoevsky's definition of an idiot is someone who actually believes that everyone is trying to do their best and do no harm. This is in utter ignorance, usually, of everyone's tendencies to do harm to others, regardless of intent. Hooray for idiots!Ippolit Terentyev, one of the minor characters, is a socialist, and a suicide. He has one of the great lines in literature, I think, and I will share it now [...]

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