The Double

The Double Fyodor Dostoyevsky Constance Garnett
  • Title: The Double
  • Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky Constance Garnett
  • ISBN: 9780253200129
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Double Fyodor Dostoyevsky Constance Garnett The Double Most significant of the Russian novelist s early stories offers a straight faced treatment of a hallucinatory theme Golyadkin senior is a powerless target of persecution by Golyadkin junior his
    Most significant of the Russian novelist s early stories 1846 offers a straight faced treatment of a hallucinatory theme Golyadkin senior is a powerless target of persecution by Golyadkin junior, his double in almost every respect Familiar Dostoyevskan themes of helplessness, victimization, scandalbeautifully handled in this small masterpiece.Most significant of the Russian novelist s early stories 1846 offers a straight faced treatment of a hallucinatory theme Golyadkin senior is a powerless target of persecution by Golyadkin junior, his double in almost every respect Familiar Dostoyevskan themes of helplessness, victimization, scandal beautifully handled in this small masterpiece.
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    About Fyodor Dostoyevsky Constance Garnett


    1. Fyodor Mikhaylovich Dostoyevsky Russian , sometimes transliterated Dostoevsky, was a Russian novelist, journalist, and short story writer whose psychological penetration into the human soul had a profound influence on the 20th century novel.Dostoyevsky was the second son of a former army doctor He was educated at home and at a private school Shortly after the death of his mother in 1837 he was sent to St Petersburg, where he entered the Army Engineering College Dostoyevsky s father died in 1839, most likely of apoplexy, but it was rud that he was murdered by his own serfs Dostoyevsky graduated as a military engineer, but resigned in 1844 to devote himself to writing His first novel, Poor Folk appeared in 1846.That year he joined a group of utopian socialists He was arrested in 1849 and sentenced to death, commuted to imprisonment in Siberia Dostoyevsky spent four years in hard labor and four years as a soldier in Semipalatinsk, a city in what it is today Kazakhstan.Dostoyevsky returned to St Petersburg in 1854 as a writer with a religious mission and published three works that derive in different ways from his Siberia experiences The House of the Dead, 1860 a fictional account of prison life, The Insulted and Injured, which reflects the author s refutation of naive Utopianism in the face of evil, and Winter Notes on Summer Impressions, his account of a trip to Western Europe.In 1857 Dostoyevsky married Maria Isaev, a 29 year old widow He resigned from the army two years later Between the years 1861 and 1863 he served as editor of the monthly periodical Time, which was later suppressed because of an article on the Polish uprising.In 1864 65 his wife and brother died and he was burdened with debts His situation was made even worse by his gambling addiction From the turmoil of the 1860s emerged Notes from the Underground, a psychological study of an outsider, which marked a major advancement in Dostoyevsky s artistic development.In 1867 Dostoyevsky married Anna Snitkin, his 22 year old stenographer They traveled abroad and returned in 1871 By the time of The Brothers Karamazov 1879 80 , Dostoyevsky was recognized in his own country as one of its great writers.


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    1. Through the bureaucratic ocean of papers, there lies Josef K bored with unanswered arguments.Behind an unapologetic desk, Bartleby sits in silence, preferring nothing.As a timid 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 [...]

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    2. Soy lo que parezco y no parezco lo que soy soy un enigma inexplicable para m mismo Mi yo se ha escindido Medardus, Los elixires del Diablo, E.T.A Hoffmann Cuando uno lee la obra de un autor en su totalidad, especialmente la de uno tan prol fico como Fi dor Dostoievski, sabe ntimamente que r pidamente comenzar a releer aquellos de sus libros que considere m s queridos y que m s hondo hayan calado en su coraz n y su mente M s all de la repercusi n que ese libro haya causado en la cr tica o en los [...]

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    4. I have no desire to meet my doppelg nger 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 to the Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde idea one of the personalities is strong and powerful, and the other kindly, but also too meek and indecisive There follows a struggle to see which [...]

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    5. Dvojn k The Double Two Versions, Fyodor Dostoyevsky The Double Russian , Dvoynik is a novella written by Fyodor Dostoyevsky It was first published on January 30, 1846 in the Fatherland Notes It was subsequently revised and republished by Dostoevsky in 1866 It is narrated in the first person 2009 1368 258 1381 238 1387 246 9789646629363 1368 279 1391 214 9789642091447 1393 184 9789643745257 1396 252 9786007511169

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    6. La paranoia autoinfligida del Sr Goliadkin demuestra que la tem tica del doble en manos de Dostoievski adquiere relieves serios Aunque a don Bielinski, afamado cr tico de la poca no le haya gustado para nada Dostoievski reelaborar a esta novela en 1866 , luego de haberlo apodado el nuevo Gogol al leerse Pobres Gentes en una noche con Nekrasov, la novela tiene una trama llevadera hacia el desastre.Sugiero leer mi rese a extendida de este libro review show

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    7. Non fa nulla , pens tra s il nostro eroe, in fondo tutto questo pu benissimo risolversi per il meglio That s no matter, thought Mr Golyadkin, that can easily be set right Scroll down to read the English review Non il mio Dostoevskij preferito ma, d altra parte, gi sapevo che se avessi preso il mano Il sosia aspettandomi d imbattermi in un altro Delitto e castigo o I fratelli Karamazov qualunque dichiarazione d eterno a sarebbe comunque riduttiva per descrivere la misura di ci che sento per quest [...]

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    8. So I feel really bad giving this book two stars, but I just cannot justify another one I just can t.Here s the thing It s written in such an odd voice The main character, obviously in need of medical treatment, tends to throw the person s name to whom he is speaking into the conversation wayyyyy too much It s quite distracting, really Not only that, but he starts and restarts his sentences constantly I felt as tho the book should have come with a de coder of sorts just to be able to understand w [...]

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    9. Things to remember when reading Dostoyevsky s The Double a Find a decent if possible, a great one translation b Remember D always explores new territories of the human mind so this isn t another book like not so flamboyant Crime and Punishment or The Brothers Karamazov c This has a lot of influence of Gogol in the language and style so it does feel a bit like a odd contemporary nightmare Tradition of doppelganger started here e Remember, Golyadkin is a very unreliable narrator, worse than Humber [...]

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    10. 3,5 Dostoyevsky , , , .194

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    11. A Graphical Representation of Some Dostoyevsky Protagonists, or Why I Didn t Like The Double So MuchWith Dostoyevsky novels, what I seem to value than in novels by other authors is the main protagonist the things they say, the things they do, their likes and dislikes, their philosophies and idiosyncrasies, their thoughts and feelings, probed to the deepest depths and laid out onto the pages Thus when the protagonist is someone I can relate to or feel a personal interest in, such as in Crime and [...]

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    12. The Double It is an early work of Dostoyevsky, written when he was 25 years old a work that met with failure.A very ambitious project for the time the novel made us get into the intricacies of the psyche Golyadkin, a ministry official in St Petersburg.His daily which is divided between her St Petersburg apartment on rue Six Boutiques and department where he works, is brutally disrupted when a double appears in his life, an event that will lead gradually to madness.Golyadkin, whose name comes fr [...]

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    13. Resides at the very apex of all that is absolute, patience testing wank This was written by some online critic Jimmy Vespa describing the British comedian Stewart Lee s stand up act, but I think it applies here He then goes on to say Seriously, when there is the comedy equivalent of the Nuremberg trials, this bastard is gonna be hung from the highest fucking lamp post, pelted with wasps nests and dog turds, and eventually blasted with a flame thrower Now I wouldn t go that far with Dostoyevsky o [...]

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    14. I am a Fyodor Dostoyevsky fan, but this is not one of his best books For me his very best are Crime and Punishment and The Idiot I like his lines Check out some of Dostoyevsky s quotes here at GR author quot This book is about a man going insane Today we would probably label him a schizophrenic Dostoyevsky, what he does so magnificently is get you into another person s head He does that here That is why I think the book is worth reading The central character, Yakov Petrovich Golyadkin, believes [...]

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    15. 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 Dostoyevsky s greatest too full of repetitions, verbal and structural, too often willfully obscure , and I would argue it is great precisely because of the manner in which it obviously and shamelessly imitates Gogol.In The Double, the twenty five year old Dostoyevsky sough [...]

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    16. Dostoyevski y llar sonra Bir Yazar n G nl nde yle bir itirafta bulunmu tur Bu hikaye ba ar l olamad , ama fikir zekiyceydi daha nce edebiyata bundan daha ciddi bir fikir sunmam t m Ama bu hikayenin bi imi kesinlikle ba ar s zd On be y l sonra bu hatay Toplu Eeserlerim i in al rken olabildi ince d zelttim, fakat bu hikayenin ba ar s z oldu una bir kez daha ikna oldum E er bu fikir zerine al p ifade etseydim tamamen farkl bir bi ime ba vururdum ama 1846 da do ru bi imi bulamad m, hikaye zerinde ha [...]

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    17. As One Gets Older27 January 2017 Sydney One of the things that I have come to see that is a key ingredient of succeeding, not just in the modern world, but pretty much everywhere, is to be able to interact and socialise The thing is that you could be one of the most brilliant minds out there but unless you are able to sell yourself, and your ideas, then unfortunately you probably aren t going to get anywhere Sure, there are people out there who manage to get a lucky break and I believe Einstein [...]

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    18. Dostoevsky s best short work It is a deeply disturbing psychological story about the destruction of self in an alienating world The main character experiences a masochistic anxiety so intense that the only escape is through the creation of another personality However, Golyadkin s self hatred runs so deep that even his double must ruin the protagonist s life.

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    19. By far one of the most bizarre short stories I have ever read According to the introduction, Dostoevsky purposefully leaves the boundary between fantasy and reality undetermined The point of view is always from the main character s mind and like our own minds, his is jumbled, non linear, and full of thoughts This makes the story hard to follow and allows for a lot a fun guessing whether the main character is having a mental breakdown or that the world has thrown him quite a curve ball when a man [...]

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    20. Qualche demonio ha fatto il giro Oggi sembra proprio che tutti abbiano qualcosa di strano Che il diavolo mi porti, che razza di tortura questa Erano quasi le otto del mattino quando il consigliere titolare J kov Petr vi Golj dkin si svegli dopo un lungo sonno, sbadigli , si stiracchi e infine apr del tutto gli occhi Per un paio di minuti rimase per a giacere immobile nel letto come uno che non ben sicuro se desto o dorme ancora, se tutto ci che gli succede intorno veglia e realt o non piuttosto [...]

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    21. Il tema del sosia o meglio del doppio ricorre spesso in letteratura da Hoffman come spiega anche Vittorio strada nella prefazione al romanzo a molti altri scrittori che lo hanno affrontato.Il tema del doppio che in russo si definisce con il termine djvonik , assume in questo romanzo di Dostoevskij, uno degli aspetti pi alti del suo suo stile e della sua produzione letteraria.Il sosia o meglio il doppio assume qui nella figura di Goljadkin connotati estremi, portato all ennesima potenza Un person [...]

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    22. En comparaci n con otras novelas de Dostoyevski, El doble es una novela menos redonda y menos convincente, incluso menos estimulante y efectiva en su modo de afectar al lector Pero no es que sea una mala novela, sino que m s bien Dostoyevski se adentr por terrenos novel sticamente por descubrir, injiri ndose en la mente de su protagonista hasta el punto de que sus voces mentes se hacen una Algo que la novela del siglo XX explorar hasta la perfecci n, aqu se presenta como un ensayo al que pese a [...]

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    23. Foi com um sorriso que conclu a leitura deste O Duplo de Fi dor Dostoievski N o possuindo a densidade dram tica de Os Irm os Karamazov nem a apologia desgra a como em Crime e Castigo , esta narrativa n o deixa de nos surpreender Indo de encontro quilo que melhor caracteriza a obra de Dostoievski, tamb m O Duplo debru a se sobre a inadapta o do ser humano sociedade, realidade na qual vive, na sua irremediabilidade se se pretender viver uma vida honrada, laboriosa, digna e humilde nos par metros n [...]

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    24. Seriyi okumaya devam Yorum son kitaptan sonra olacak.

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    25. At first, I was going to rate this one 2 stars After I finished it, I went back and read the introduction Thankfully, I waited until I was done, since this was yet another one that gave away the whole plot including the ending in the intro Though I feel 3 stars is a little to high to rate it, I ll give it a solid 2.5 In the introduction, I read that even Dostoevsky wasn t happy with this novel I wrote a lot of it too quickly, and in moments of fatigue The first half is better than the second Alo [...]

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    26. El Dostoievski m s joven y menos profundo, sorprende con un sarcasmo que ya les gustar a a muchos Una obra gil que ya da muestras de genialidad, pese a no ser, ni mucho menos por mucho que dijese Nabokov la mejor obra del escritor eslavo.

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