Fyodor Dostoevsky

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Cabe notar, no obstante, que si el vinculo entre el personaje de Kozintsev y el principe Mishkin de Dostoyevski es transparente, la relacion entre don Quijote y el protagonista de Blagochestivaia Marta queda por dilucidar.
C'est le cas dans les Chants de Maldoror, ou dans les textes de Guy de Maupassant et de Theophile Gautier qui s'ecartent d'une oeuvre comme Le Double de Fyodor Dostoyevski, dans laquelle le double est dote d'une forme humaine et mene une vie parallele a celle du personnage principal, dote du meme nom pour rendre la lecture difficile et confuse comme dans les Chants, et destabiliser le lecteur dans son conformisme.
Dave Boileau, a towering septuagenarian, at Mater Dolorosa Church on Carrollton Avenue, the only guy who kept his homilies focused on our responsibilities to "the other" and threw in quotes by Dostoyevski to boot.
Dostoyevski describes his seizure experience as follows "the air was filled with a big noise and I tried to move.
He notes that the tradition of doubling in, for instance, the works of Hoffmann and Dostoyevski participates in the self-Other dichotomy of romantic writings where "the Other had been the ineffable of the romantic consciousness, the phantom which cannot finally be accommodated in the romantic utopia of an organic and pantheistic world.
We should no more expect children to connect to Sunday Mass in an adult way than we should expect them to understand a Dostoyevski novel.
Furthermore, many of Moreno's (1972) themes suggest existential concepts offered by philosophers and writers going back as early as the 19th century, including Fyodor Dostoyevski, Soren Kierkegaard, Friedrich Nietzsche, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Viktor Frankl.
3] Probably, the dark corners of the Russian soul, as ingeniously described by Dostoyevski more than a hundred years ago, have nowadays found their reflection in the vascular system of the former USSR'S population, tired and plagued by the terror of long years, by war, by chronic disturbances in the supply of public goods, and by economic chaos.
Through comparative readings with Dreiser, Mark Twain, Dostoyevski, and Camus, Hakutani outlines Wright's originality, showing that his work can at no point be subsumed entirely under the categories of naturalism first and existentialism later (let alone Marxism, an influence all along but never a uniform).
More important to its development was Dostoyevski, who, although no friend to Roman Catholicism, altered the realist form of Flaubert and Zola to allow the introduction of spiritual elements.
Rose mentions correctly that Fyodor Dostoyevski despised Jews, at least according to the historical facts now known, but it would be quite foolish to suggest that hatred of Jews is central to The Brothers Karamazov, or The Idiot, even though it probably would not be difficult to find analogies to support such a view.
Those two hours were spent reading Dostoyevski for her English class or working on her senior research paper about Sir Walter Raleigh and the Tower of London.
A born caricaturist, Monterroso has rendered telling drawings of Cervantes, Gongora, Joyce, Dostoyevski, and Kierkegaard, while humorously depicting close friends like Salvador Elizondo, Alfonso Reyes, Jaime Sabines, Sebastian Salazar Bondy, and Jose Luis Cuevas.