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Beyaz Geceler by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. Nihal Yalaza Taluy Translator. Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Beyaz Geceleregceler sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Like many of Dostoyevsky’s stories, “White Nights” is told in first person by a nameless narrator; the narrator is living in Saint Petersburg and suffers from loneliness.
Geeler gets bryaz know and falls in love with a young woman, but the love remains unrequited as the woman misses her lover with whom sh White Nights and Other Stories, Fyodor Dostoyevsky “White Nights” Russian: He gets to know and falls in love with a young woman, but the love remains unrequited as the woman misses her lover with whom she is finally reunited.
A collection of ten short stories, spanning most of Dostoyevsky ‘s writing life The impression I have is that many people only touch his longer works, but his short stories can be quite wonderful too. There’s no mistaking his penmanship even in this format, but the stories shine in a different way. Read on dostovesky a slice from each story.
Hope this way of reviewing isn’t too lazy. An Honest Thiefpp. I should think so! Yet, to be sure, there A collection of ten short stories, spanning most of Dostoyevsky ‘s writing life Yet, to be sure, there are thieves and thieves.
And I have happened, sir, to come across an honest thief. But how can a thief be honest, Astafy Ivanovitch? An Unpleasant Predicamentpp. Here, for instance, take this Pseldonimov: This is one of the most blissful days of his life Now he is busy with his guests, is giving a banquet, a modest one, poor, but gay and full of genuine gladness What if he knew that at this very moment I, I, his superior, his dostoevaky, am standing by his house listening to the music?
Yes, really how would he feel? No, what would he feel if I suddenly walked in? Of course at first he would be frightened, he would be dumb with embarrassment I should be in his way, and perhaps should upset everything. Yes, that would be so if any other general went in, but not I That’s a fact, any one else, but not I His wrinkled face was rather pale, his voice was trembling. He was evidently in some geceeler of mind, his words did not flow easily from his tongue, and it could be seen that it cost him a terrible effort to present a very humble request to a personage possibly his inferior in rank or condition, in spite dostoevzky the urgent necessity of addressing his request to somebody.
And indeed the request was in any case unseemly, undignified, strange, coming from a man who had such a dignified fur coat, such a respectable jacket of a superb dark green colour, and such distinguished decorations adorning that jacket.
It was evident that the gentlemen in raccoon was himself confused by all this, so that at least he could not stand it, but made beaz his mind to suppress his emotion and politely to put an end to the unpleasant position he had himself brought about. In fact, after enjoying An Unpleasant Predicamenteven the title of this story was making me snigger in anticipation. The opening pages are an absolute gem. Dostoyevsky’s humour doesn’t get enough credit – we can see it in all of his longer works, but when he makes it the nucleus of a story, you’d be surprised.
The Peasant Mareypp. Suddenly in the midst of the profound stillness I heard a clear and distinct shout, “Wolf! The Crocodile -An Extraordinary Incident-pp. A promising and absurd setting. Bobok -from Somebody’s Diary-pp. Something strange is happening to me. My character is changing and my head aches.
I am beginning to see and hear strange things, not voices exactly, but as though someone beside me were muttering, ” bobokbobokbobok! I must divert my mind. The Dream of a Ridiculous Manpp.
The sky was horribly dark, but one could distinctly see tattered clouds, and between them fathomless black patches. Suddenly I noticed in one of these patches a star, and began watching it intently. That was because that star had given me an idea: I decided to kill myself that night Many people have probably read bsyaz heard of a story involving a utopia, a paradise where there is only love, joy and serenity, and man is one with nature.
Would vividly dreaming of living in such a world for a millennium change a desperate man? A masterful story deserving more renown. At this moment, dear Nastenka, at this moment I am like the spirit of King Solomon when, after lying a thousand years under seven seals in his urn, those seven seals were at last taken off. At this moment, Nastenka, when we have met at last after such a long separation – for I have known you for ages, Nastenka, because I have been looking for some one for ages, and that is a sign that it was you I was looking for, and it was ordained that we should meet now – at this moment a thousand valves have opened in my head, and I must let myself flow in a river of words, or I shall choke.
And so I beg you not to interrupt me, Nastenka, but listen humbly and obediently, or I dostoevskh be silent. For those new to Dostoyevsky, I recommend you begin by reading this story if you are wary of tackling one of his novels, and find out whether his writing appeals to you.
You can find the story online, here for instance. A Christmas Tree and a Weddingpp. After receiving his book he walked round the other toys for a long time; gwceler longed to play with the other children, but did not dare; it was evident that he already felt and understood his position.
I love watching children. Their first veyaz approaches to life are extremely interesting. I noticed that the red-haired boy was so fascinated by the costly toys of the other children, especially by a theatre in which he certainly longed to take some part, that he made up his mind to sacrifice his dignity A succinct story about wealth and society. A Faint Heartpp. Of course, that’s how it is You know what it all comes from – from my having a good heart. What vexes me is, that I could not tell you as I wanted to, making you glad and happy, telling you nicely and initiating you into my secret properly Really, Arkasha, I love you so much that I believe if it were not for you I shouldn’t be getting married, and, in fact, I shouldn’t be living in this world at all!
This was my second geeceler by Dostoyevsky, since falling in love with Crime and Punishment at the start of the year – I was a little worried that his short dostoevsy wouldn’t excite me as much, but I enjoyed this collection very much. View all 16 comments. I went through all of my Dostoevsky story collections, but I could not find one called A Faint Heart. At least my memory bdyaz failed me.
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It was unacceptable, of course, that there was a story by Dostoevsky that I had not yet read, so I went on a mighty search for the story in question. So, I bought it—to read that one last little missing story. It was worth it, obviously. Oct 06, Ebru rated it liked it. Since I read the Brothers Karamazov I have been a Dostoyevsky fan and am happy to add this to my reads This was a compilation of ten short fiction stories.
The beginnings of each story started off kind of dull and wordy but as I got to the middle of each tale it started to make sense and pulled itself together by the end.
All the stories have strong conversations between the characters, lots of back and forth so this might turn some readers off; I enjoyed the communication be Since I read the Brothers Karamazov I have been a Dostoyevsky fan and am happy to add this to my reads All the stories have strong conversations between the characters, lots of back and forth so this might turn some readers off; I enjoyed the communication between the protagonists.
Each story is one of spiritual torment and psychological struggle. The themes are hardly light as it shows the characters with their greed, the need to be loved and respected, tormented by ingratitude, jealousy, cowardice, classism The narrator has it in his head that he will kill himself bc what is the point in living??
He is unhappy with everything. Until he meets a girl in the street that needs help with her mama that he refuses to help. He gets home, loads his shotgun and puts it on his lap.