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The faces that we see in this work, which is the first of Dostoevsky's work, we will fall on in his other works. They are the faces of the "poor" and their forms of living. We share their torment as much as we realize the capacity for love and sacrifice in those souls. In this novel, we will touch the depths to which Dostoevsky will penetrate, and the metaphysical depths to which his novels will go in diving deep into the dimensions of the human personality, especially in depicting the lives of the poor and marginalized and entering their psychological worlds around which most of his novels will revolve.
The two falsehoods in this narration are oppressed, tormented, humiliated, and humiliated, the wicked inflict all kinds of injustice on them, and they endure unbearable poverty. Makar endures humiliation and hunger and sacrifices everything he can obtain, which is very little, for the sake of the poor girl whom he hardly sees, and does not dare to visit her for fear of gossip. He accepts deprivation for himself in order to make her happy, so he sends her small gifts, bearing cold, hunger and humiliation.
Through the poverty that Makar Devushkin suffers from, Dostoevsky reveals all the poverty that surrounds him, and when a man complains about the torment that the good people suffer in this world, we see him return to retreat from complaining and grumbling, accepting reality, submitting to the will of fate, his only concern is to make others happy with a naivety that carries a human spirit in its simplicity, amazing. Translation: Sami Al-Droubi
About the Author:
Dostoevsky Russian novelist and short-story writer whose psychological penetration into the darkest recesses of the human heart, together with his unsurpassed moments of illumination, had an immense influence on 20th-century fiction.
Dostoyevsky is usually regarded as one of the finest novelists who ever lived. Literary modernism, existentialism, and various schools of psychology, theology, and literary criticism have been profoundly shaped by his ideas. His works are often called prophetic because he so accurately predicted how Russia's revolutionaries would behave if they came to power. In his time he was also renowned for his activity as a journalist.
- Books Author: Dostoevsky
- Number Of Pages: 216
- Language: Arabic
- Publisher: Dar Al-Tanweer for Printing, Publishing and Distribution
- Books Category: Religion & Spirituality
- Book Format: Paperback
- Publication Date: January 01, 2019