The Brothers Karamazov (Everyman's Library Classics, #70)
Publish date: May 1st 1997
Edition language: English
It's one of those where we get sold the whole.. 'Russia was a peasant backwater that had stagnated under the Tsars before Stalin launched the brutal equivalent of an industrial revolution in the five year plans that pulled the Soviet Union into modernity at huge cost to lives.' And yet you look a...
The most difficult thing about reading Fyodor Dostoyevsky is pronouncing his name I think. The first Dostoyevsky book I read was [b:Crime and Punishment|7144|Crime and Punishment|Fyodor Dostoyevsky|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1382846449s/7144.jpg|3393917], I liked it well enough even though it was...
I've delayed this review because I was (and I am) strongly convinced that adding my opinion to the list of million of opinions in the world about the book was..unnecessary. Particularly because giving to The Brothers Karamazov 4 stars could be judged as a crime! But, to appease the potentially angry...
Alyosha endeared me to this novel. I've read it twice now and might have another go when I get my copy back from a coworker. He's so compassionate and kind, one wants to have a friend like Alyosha in real life, someone who sees beyond what we do and straight into who we could be. Alyosha is the wo...
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