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مذكرات من البيت الميت #2020

  • Title: مذكرات من البيت الميت
  • Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky إدريس الملياني فيودور دوستويفسكي
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. I have been frequenting an open air restaurant for 7 years now Hiding on the roof of a rickety building, in one of the small tributaries of the Jaipur s busiest road, it is aptly named Cocoon The place is shady, unknown, and visited only by international tourists living in its cheap guest house.Nothing unusual seemed to happen at that place and nothing unusual did happen the last time I visited it I drank two cups of hot lemon tea, I followed short arcs sketched by listless eagles in the evening [...]

    2. Souvenirs de Ia maison des morts The House of the Dead, Fyodor Dostoyevsky 1969 1335 432 1341 1366 431 1391 402 978964663821 1394 629 9786001215995 19 1392 424 9789644530388 1341 328 1370 320 1389 390 9789643515294 19

    3. Nosotros somos hombres destrozados, triturados, deshechos dec an no tenemos entra as Por eso gritamos de noche No existe para m mejor Dostoievski que el autobiogr fico Fue, es y ser el mejor conocedor del alma humana de todos los tiempos , como dec a Zweig pero, para llegar a esa profundidad, le fue necesario empezar con la suya propia y La Casa de los Muertos es un libro en el que el Dostoievski hombre se camufla en el personaje ficticio de Alexander Petrovich para narrar sus penurias en la pri [...]

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    5. What I have said of servitude, I again say of imprisonment, we are all prisoners What is our life but a prison We are all imprisoned in an island The world itself to some men is a prison, our narrow seas as so many ditches, and when they have compassed the globe of the earth, they would fain go see what is done in the moon Robert Burton, Anatomy of Melancholy S2.3.4Not top half Dostoevsky, but a must read still This book and Dostoevsky s four years in Siberia are an obvious rough draft to his la [...]

    6. Me ha sorprendido principalmente por no ser tan traum tico como esperaba Y no es que no cuente cosas espantosas de c mo eran las prisiones y los trabajos forzados en Siberia, pero es que Dosto tambi n es capaz de hablar de los presidiarios con cari o y reflejar momentos incre blemente entra ables A n as se me ha hecho largo y denso, una lectura para tomarse con mucha calma.

    7. Prison Life in Siberia It is a phrase synonymous with misery and suffering Below zero temperatures Hard labor Isolation Physical punishment It is everything that reminds me of how fortunate I am to be reading Dostoyevsky s semi autobiographical work instead of actually living it It paints an image of prison life that is a hundred times primitive than many of the lazy country club prisons of today s western world Just how bad was it in 19th century Siberia My curiosity found this novel irresisti [...]

    8. The first question that intrigued me the instant I laid my eyes on the book was, Why the name House of the Dead Particularly, why the word Dead for convicts Is it a Because the life that convicts lived was supposedly the worst ever b Because their presence didn t actually matter in this world, and hence, they might better be dead c Or for the reason that they possessed character not fit to be possessed by common people people possibly human I wondered, and hoped to find the answers soon Conside [...]

    9. This intelligently written book was full of details taken from the actual Siberian prison experience of Dostoevsky himself It contained a fair amount of that deep psychological insight Dostoevsky is known for His position as an outsider nobleman was often painful, and he described in detail how that loneliness wears on one This is the case though one is never actually physically alone in prison, which, as he points out, is another reason that kind of life is so hellish.Also, his analyses of his [...]

    10. A very autobiographical novel of Dostoyevsky, which at first i read in greek and boy the translation was the worst Thank God I switched to an english one otherwise I would have disliked it for no particular reason , .

    11. yazantasurinchi.E er birinci tekil ah stan yaz yorsan z roman , anlat c y her y n yle anlatmak istiyorsunuzdur b t n duygular n ve her ya ad n Birinci tekil ah s hikayeden ok karakter anlatmakt r ve elinizde g l bir karakter oldu una inanm yorsan z ba ka bir anlat m eklini tercih edersiniz Yani, normal olan budur Fakat unu da unutmamak gerek, kaliteli eserler hemen hemen her zaman normalin d na km lard r Buna cesaret etmek kolay de il, Dostoyevski bu kitapta bu cesareti g stermi Birinci tekil ah [...]

    12. A prison story Gulag style3 February 2012 This is one of those very rare books where I read the first two sentences and know instantly that I was going to love it The House of the Dead is one of the post imprisonment books that Dostoevsky wrote, and in short, it is the story of a man sentenced to ten years imprisonment for the murder of his wife The story is set in 19th Century Russia during the reign of the Czars and imprisonment pretty much meant exile to the frozen wastes of Siberia Further, [...]

    13. Dostoyevsky spent four years in a Siberian prison as a political prisoner for having read works banned by the government It is from this experience that he penned The House of the Dead It is classed as fiction, but it feels as if it lies somewhere in the gray area between fiction and nonfiction It is written in the first person from the perspective of a man sentenced to 10 years hard labor for having murdered his unfaithful wife Through Aleksandr Petrovich s eyes, we see prison life and learn so [...]

    14. Desde el principio he tenido muchos sentimientos encontrados con esta lectura y al finalizarla mi impresi n es la misma Me ha resultado muy interesante lo que el autor cuenta en estas memorias, de c mo funcionaban las c rceles en Siberia, la vida de algunos compa eros de condena Pero la forma en que se narra se me ha hecho muy pesada y hasta repetitiva El libro se divide en dos partes y casi dir a que me ha gustado m s la segunda, porque los cap tulos que utiliza para hablar del hospital del pre [...]

    15. Bad people are to be found everywhere, but even among the worst there may be something good , , , , , , .

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