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Return to Book Page. Preview — The Adolescent by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. The Adolescent by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. He travels to St. Petersburg to confront the father he barely knows, inspired by an inchoate dream of communion and armed with a mysterious document that he believes gives him power over others.
Paperbackpages. Published December 7th by Vintage first published Saint Petersburg Russian Federation. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Adolescentplease sign up. Would Dostoyevsky be recognized as a great author if he wrote today? Many of this dark themes while scandalous when he wrote about them or today almost mundane. Separate topic-does anyone actually work in the world of Dostoyevsky?
Do they spend hours and hours doing what almost all of us do?
I think Dostoyevsky is the darkest, scariest writer I’ve ever read. The Passion of the Horse, specifically, in the Rebellion chapter of Bros. D is one of the Titans of world literature! And he will also be as long as people read him. See all 4 questions about The Adolescent…. Lists with This Book. Fourth of Dostoevsky’s 5 novels streams appeared between Demons and The Brothers KaramazovThe Adolescent is the least known and probably the least read dosroievski them.
The teenager of the title, Arkady Makarovich Dolgoroukiis the bastard of a lord, and the wife of one of his serfs, with whom he lives, although the husband is still alive. The book is a first-person account of a number of important events that have happened to the character and his entourage. Arkadi had little knowledge of his parent Fourth of Dostoevsky’s 5 novels streams appeared between Demons and The Brothers KaramazovThe Adolescent is the least known and probably the least read of them.
Arkadi had little knowledge of his parents in his early years, he came to live with them in St. Petersburg, his vat in his pocket. The title is dostioevski well chosen because the hero is really a “typical” teenager. In revolt and opposition, wanting to settle accounts, proud, susceptible, but at dostoievskki same time not at all sure, and therefore speaking loudly, at the most unseemly, pretentious and naive moments. It is at times quite unbearable.
The plot is almost more complicated than in the other novels of the author, and we must cling a little so as not to get lost, and find ourselves in all the characters. We find, as in other books by the author, the metaphysical questioning, the notions of freedom, of evil The work contains many biographical aspects, for vostoievski scenes of game roulette.
Probably less striking than other books of the author, at least for me, it is still a very engaging and very dense reading. Perhaps the choice of writing the novel in the form of a newspaper written by the young man was not the best possible angle, as it is a bit repetitive at times, and the young man is not adoleescentul an exceptional clarity and penetration.
Some complex aspects of thought of Dostoevsky had more difficulty to express by his pen. View all 8 comments. Pero Dostoievski ha logrado subirse a ese pedestal de preferencia y compartirlo con el genio norteamericano.
El Adolescente es una de esas novelas en que Dostoievski nos vuelve a poner a veces a favor y a veces en contra del personaje principal, Arcadio Makarovitch Dolgoruki. Cabe destacar que las charlas entre estos tres personajes son maravillosas. Es siempre importante destacar que todo gira alrededor de un punto: Me ha mantenido atento y entretenido.
View all 24 comments. What can I say about his understanding of human mind that haven’t been said before? So, I will just stick to a brief review on this book and my experience reading it. Firstly, ‘The Adolescent’ should not be compared to Dostoyevsky’s other major works.
This novel does not have the grand setting like ‘Brothers Karamazov’ nor d 4. This novel does not have the grand setting like ‘Brothers Karamazov’ nor does it have high philosophical depth like ‘The Idiot’ or ‘Crime and Punishment’, but for me it was equally enjoyable. The novel starts with an adolescent confessing his story and how he changed as a person. Dostoyevsky introduces us dostoievsji Arkady Dolgoruky’s “idea” and how he wants to weave his life around it.
But then, like many adolescents these ideas are built on high impulses and whims, and thereby he slowly loses his determination to take it forward. This is followed by a series of very interesting scenes and conversations which I would not reveal as it might spoil the experience of anyone who is willing to read this book in future. For me Dostoyevsky and his stories are very important; for life and for living.
Reading his works always gives me assurance that I am being understood. And I always felt that the need of being understood is more powerful than the need of being loved. Following are few lines from “The Adolescent”: It is like certain ‘painful’ scenes in the works of great writers that throughout our lives hurt us when we think of them-for instance, the final monologue of Shakespeare’s Othello, Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin at the feet of Tatyana, or the scene is Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables where the escaped convict meets the little girl.
Once they have clawed at your heart, the scar will always be there View all 35 comments. While not in the upper pantheon of Dostoyevsky novels, the Adolescent is nonetheless a literary tour de force loaded with political intrigue and some of the most enigmatic characters in his work.
View all 7 comments. Jun 25, Ahmed rated it it was amazing. View all 20 comments. Un roman mai deosebit scris de Dostoievski. Dec 25, karen rated it it was ok Shelves: View all 3 comments. Aug 09, Hadrian rated it really liked it Shelves: This book has been overlooked to an astonishing degree, even by fans of Dostoyevsky, and perhaps I could understand why.
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But it is not bad by any means – compared to the rest of his books, a merely interesting book can seem awful in comparison. The plot concerns an adolescent although the translation is still up for a fine-tuned debate who is illegitimate and something about a mysterious letter.
It is not exactly full of the grand philosophy and debate that Dostoyevsky employs, but what he does This book has been overlooked to an astonishing degree, even by fans of Dostoyevsky, and perhaps I could understand why.
It is not exactly full of the grand philosophy and debate that Dostoyevsky employs, but what he does have is still as good as ever.
The narrator’s voice is surprisingly convincing. The ambition and soul of a ninteteen year old is well done. Worth reading if you’re already a fan of Dosty. I would not recommend this to people who are not used to him yet, though.
Most of the stuff you expect from Dostoevsky is here. As usual we have a build-up in Part 1, where we get acquainted with the story, the characters and so on, and we are slowly brought into it all.
Naturally there is a really climactic last part to the book, and the final 50 or so pages are very intense! There is one big difference between this novel and most of Dostoevsky’s other novels, except for Notes From Underground, in that it uses a first-person narrative. This is interesting, and it’s wo Most of the stuff you expect from Dostoevsky is here. This is interesting, and it’s worth noting that the main character in The Adolescent – Arkady Dolgoruky – has, at least initially, certain traits similar to this ‘underground man,’ as pointed out by Richard Pevear in the introduction.
Another thing that struck me about the novel is that the familiar coating in philosophy, so common in Dostoevsky, is largely missing. At least, it is far from as prevalent as in his other works. For the most part this is a fairly straightforward tale about family drama and, well, other kinds of drama that occurs in Arkady’s life, told my Arkady himself, as he, ‘unable to restrain’ himself, sits down to record ‘this history of my first steps on life’s career, though I could have done as well without it.
It’s a highly enjoyable and really quite riveting read throughout, and one that fans of Dostoevsky should not miss. There are a number of great scenes in this book, and wonderful portrayals of humans — as is to be expected in Dostoevsky. The parts with Arkady and his grandfather are especially memorable.
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The relationship continued even upon my graduation and move to seminary in New York City. We spent part of the intervening summer together, corresponding the rest of the Towards the very end of college I became involved with Janny, a precocious first year student.
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