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Двойник Read ä 104 Theme Golyadkin senior is a powerless target of persecution by Golyadkin junior his double in almost every respect. Dvojn k The Double Two Versions Fyodor Dostoyevsky The Double is a novella written by Fyodor Dostoyevsky It was first published on January 30 1846 in the Fatherland Notes The Double centers on a government clerk who goes mad It deals with the internal psychological struggle of its main character Yakov Petrovich Golyadkin who repeatedly encounters someone who is his exact double in appearance but confident aggressive and extroverted characteristics that are the polar opposites to those of the toadying pushover protagonist The motif of the novella is a doppelganger an apparition or double of a living person 2009 1368 258 1381 238 1387 246 9789646629363 1368 279 1391 214 9789642091447 1393 184 9789643745257 1396 252 9786007511169

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Двойник Read ä 104 Familiar Dostoyevskan themes of helplessness victimization scandal — beautifully handled in this small masterpiece. Creepy precursor to KafkaThis surreal early Dostoevsky novella started as an almost slapstick black comedy whose hapless paranoid wussy little hero suddenly acuires a double a slick devious sociopath who sets out to undermine him and usurp his life We never really know if this is a psychotic delusion a psychological shadow or even the Devil himself Anxiety escalates to an almost unbearable level while the exaggerated dramatic narrative never totally loses its dark sense of humor I read the George Bird translation in Great Short Works of Fyodor Dostoevsky

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Двойник Read ä 104 Most significant of the Russian novelist's early stories 1846 offers a straight faced treatment of a hallucinatory. Through the bureaucratic ocean of papers there lies Josef K bored with unanswered argumentsBehind an unapologetic desk Bartleby sits in silence preferring nothingAs a fearful door opens Bashmachkin leaves the smothering atmosphere of the office ready to meet with the others All set to forget the tasteless morning coffee and the men trying to make their way through scheme and flattery and recover the humanity once lost The sun is setting A gentle breeze with a scent of independence caresses their faces Golyadkin our protagonist is waiting for themThe world of the oppressed rests in Dostoyevsky s prose The essential analyst of the human nature Briefly The Double is about Mr Golyadkin and his doppelg nger Mr Golyadkin Jr someone who has been born under a stressful snowstormThis novella has many elements that can be found in Gogol s work His influence on Dostoyevsky is well known However this writer dealt with those same themes with an innovative style that traces clear boundaries He even did that with his own work For me this was nothing like the novels I have read before Universal themes like oppression sorrow alienation work and loneliness are always treated from different angles and original ways of execution Originality perceived by the mind of S bato we all are the sum of what we have read Topics don t change the way we deal with them might When I read The Brothers Karamazov my eyes contemplated Dostoyevsky s genius word by word My copy is all written I highlighted hundreds of sentences that tried to enlighten the intricate path toward the mind A modest attempt at understanding However the times I underlined something on The Double was for the main purpose of keeping up with the story Actions Names I din t find many memorable reflections that left me at awe The ones I found were at the beginning mostly So what then It was all in the interpretation The development of facts the story itself was what left me staring at an invisible point drawing in the air pondering about my own existence and the futility of things The fragility of one of the most precious things we own Our mind A set of cognitive faculties A place A process SanityHis position at that moment was like the position of a man standing over a frightful precipice when the earth breaks away under him is rocking shifting sways for a last time and falls drawing him into the abyss and meanwhile the unfortunate man has neither the strength nor the firmness of spirit to jump back to take his eyes from the yawning chasm the abyss draws him and he finally leaps into it himself himself hastening the moment of his own perdition 39We cannot own our mind Under certain circumstances sad nerve wracking shameful circumstances it reacts as it pleases Or the best way it can It is the main source of who we are and yet a trivial fact has the power to break it A single act An accumulation of traumatic acts A life of unfortunate events A pile of obedient frustrations The meek silence of unwanted inevitable solitude The desire of success in a suffocating environment with people that have already been chosen over you The search of identity in an alienated world You can t be alone too muchThese are just some of the observations that emerge from The Double a true work of art that portrays a man s psychological struggle using a brushstroke of unforgiving reality We are placed inside Golyadkin s head We are privileged spectators of his mind We see it work We see it weep We see it shocked unable to move We shout because we know what to do even though we probably would react the same way if we were in his shoes you never know A privilege that thrills and frightensThere s much emotion in Dostoyevsky s descriptive and cautious writing So much it s difficult to bearSep 29 15 Note Months ago I watched a 2013 film starring Jesse Eisenberg based on this novella Artistically exuisite Keep it in mind Also on my blog


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    (Read) [Двойник] Through the bureaucratic ocean of papers there lies Josef K bored with unanswered argumentsBehind an unapologetic desk Bartleby sits in silence preferring nothingAs a fearful door opens Bashmachkin leaves the smothering atmosphere of the office ready to meet with the others All set to forget the tasteless morning coffee and the men trying to make their way through scheme and flattery and recover the humanity on

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    (Read) [Двойник] Nabokov considered this “Dostoyevsky’s best work” but then again Nabokov didn’t like Dostoyevsky he also called the novella “an obvious and shameless imitation of Gogol's Nose “The Double” is indeed a great work though far from D

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    (Read) [Двойник] “We are the hollow men We are the stuffed men Leaning together Headpiece filled with straw Alas Our dried voices when We whisper together Are uiet and meaningless As wind in dry grass” TS Eliot – The Hollow MenYakov Golyadkin is one of those men and Fyodor Dostoyevsky enjoys deriding his hollowness“Hit

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    (Read) [Двойник] Двойник Dvojník The Double Two Versions Fyodor Dostoyevsky The Double is a novella written by Fyodor Dostoyevsky It was first published on January 30 1846 in the Fatherland Notes The Double centers on a government clerk who goes mad It deals with the internal psychological struggle of its main character Yakov Petrovich Goly

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    (Read) [Двойник] The morbidly sensitive and pretentious clerk Golyadkin already clinically deranged by the social pressures of his office and by unreuited love suffers a growing persecution mania which leads him to encounter another man looking exactly like him who is the leader of a conspiracy against him He is finally driven to a madhouse by a

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    (Read) [Двойник] If you're into stuff like this you can read the full reviewMise en Abyme The Double by Fyodor DostoyevskyOriginal Review 1981 03 23Hammett I take to have a brilliant literary mind and to be well read in Literature I take him to be able to know what a Byronic Hero is what others thought about that to have his own thoughts about it as well as lots of other things like about detective stories of course And I take him to have an idea of what a

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    (Read) [Двойник] “Numb and chill with horror our hero woke up and numb and chill with horror felt that his waking state was hardly cheerfulIt was oppressive and harrowingHe was overcome by such anguish that it seemed as though someone were gnawing at his heart” The Double is a vivid relentless depiction of one man’s downward spiral into the impulsivity indecision tormenting confusion and ultimate chaos of severe mental illness Golyadkin’s

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    (Read) [Двойник] I have no desire to meet my doppelgänger Hell would be a place filled with our own doubles I think There are many literary examples of a double showing up and causing mayhem Superman Xander from Buffy The Nutty Professor Captain Kirk met his double twice in The Enemy Within and Mirror Mirror It always seems to come down

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    Fyodor Dostoyevsky ☆ 4 Read (Read) [Двойник] Creepy precursor to Kafka?This surreal early Dostoevsky novella started as an almost slapstick black comedy whose hapless paranoid wussy little “hero” suddenly acuires a double — a slick devious sociopath who sets out to undermine him and usurp his life We never really know if this is a psychotic delusion a psychological “shadow” or even the Devil himself Anxiety escalates to an almost unbearable lev

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    Read Двойник Fyodor Dostoyevsky ☆ 4 Read characters Ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Fyodor Dostoyevsky So I feel really bad giving this book two stars but I just cannot justify another one I just can'tHere's the thing It's written in such an odd voice The main character obviously in need of medical treatment tends to throw

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  • Paperback
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  • Двойник
  • Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  • English
  • 23 January 2018
  • 9780253200129