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But he was one of those senseless persons who are very well capable of looking after their worldly affairs, and, apparently, after nothing else. At the same time, he was all his life one of the most senseless, fantastical fellows in the whole district. He was married twice, and had three sons, the eldest, Dmitri, by his first wife, and two, Ivan and Alexey, by his second. Indeed, if this precipice, a chosen and favourite spot of hers, had been less picturesque, if there had been a prosaic flat bank in its place, most likely the suicide would never have taken place. This is a fact, and probably there have been The Brothers Karamazov 6 of not a few similar instances in the last two or three generations. She wanted, perhaps, to show her feminine independence, to override class distinctions and the despotism of her family. And a pliable imagination persuaded her, we must suppose, for a brief moment, that Fyodor Pavlovitch, in spite of his parasitic position, was one of the bold and ironical spirits of that progressive epoch, though he was, in fact, an ill-natured buffoon and nothing more.
But she doesn't start to return his feelings until the end. Alexei Fyodorovich Karamazov a. Alyosha, Alyoshka, Alyoshenka, Alyoshechka, Alexeichik, Lyosha, Lyoshenka at age 20 is the youngest of the Karamazov brothers, the youngest child by Karamazov's second wife and thus Ivan's full brother.
The narrator identifies him as the hero of the novel in the opening chapter, as does the author in the preface. He is described as immensely likable.
At the outset of the events, Alyosha is a novice in the local Russian Orthodox monastery. His faith is in contrast to his brother Ivan's atheism. His Elder, Father Zosima, sends him into the world, where he becomes involved in the sordid details of his family. In a secondary plotline, Alyosha befriends a group of school boys, whose fate adds a hopeful message to the conclusion of the novel.
Pavel Fyodorovich Smerdyakov , widely rumored to be the illegitimate son of Fyodor Karamazov, is the son of "Reeking Lizaveta", a mute woman of the street who died in childbirth.
His name, Smerdyakov, means "son of the 'reeking one'". Smerdyakov grows up in the Karamazov house as a servant, working as Fyodor's lackey and cook. He is morose and sullen, and, like Dostoevsky, suffers from epilepsy. The narrator notes that as a child, Smerdyakov collected stray cats to hang and bury them.
Generally aloof, Smerdyakov admires Ivan and shares his atheism. Agrafena Alexandrovna Svetlova a. Grushenka, Grusha, Grushka , a beautiful year-old, is the local Jezebel and has an uncanny charm for men.
In her youth she was jilted by a Polish officer and subsequently came under the protection of a tyrannical miser. The episode leaves Grushenka with an urge for independence and control of her life. Grushenka inspires complete admiration and lust in both Fyodor and Dmitri Karamazov.
Their rivalry for her affection is one of the most damaging factors in their relationship. Grushenka seeks to torment and then deride both Dmitri and Fyodor as a wicked amusement, a way to inflict upon others the pain she has felt at the hands of her "former and indisputable one".
However, after she begins a friendship with Alyosha, and as the book progresses, she begins to tread a path of spiritual redemption through which emerges hidden qualities of gentleness and generosity, though her fiery temper and pride are ever present. Katerina Ivanovna Verkhovtseva a.
Her engagement to Dmitri is chiefly a matter of pride on both their parts, Dmitri having bailed her father out of a debt. Katerina is extremely proud and seeks to act as a noble martyr, suffering as a stark reminder of everyone's guilt. Because of this, she cannot bring herself to act on her love for Ivan, and constantly creates moral barriers between him and herself. By the end of the novel, she too, begins a real and sincere spiritual redemption, as seen in the epilogue, when she asks Mitya and Grushenka to forgive her.
Father Zosima, the Elder Father Zosima is an Elder and spiritual advisor starets in the town monastery and Alyosha's teacher. He is something of a celebrity among the townspeople for his reputed prophetic and healing abilities. His popularity inspires both admiration and jealousy amidst his fellow monks. Zosima provides a refutation to Ivan's atheistic arguments and helps to explain Alyosha's character.
Zosima's teachings shape the way Alyosha deals with the young boys he meets in the Ilyusha storyline. Ilyusha , Ilyushechka, or simply Ilusha in some translations, is one of the local schoolboys, and the central figure of a crucial subplot in the novel.
His father, Captain Snegiryov, is an impoverished officer who is insulted by Dmitri after Fyodor Karamazov hires him to threaten the latter over his debts, and the Snegiryov family is brought to shame as a result. The reader is led to believe that it is partly because of this that Ilyusha falls ill, possibly to illustrate the theme that even minor actions can touch heavily on the lives of others, and that we are "all responsible for one another".
Why hast Thou come now to hinder us? For Thou hast come to hinder us, and Thou knowest that We are working not with Thee but with him [Satan] We took from him what Thou didst reject with scorn, that last gift he offered Thee, showing Thee all the kingdoms of the earth.
We took from him Rome and the sword of Caesar, and proclaimed ourselves sole rulers of the earth We shall triumph and shall be Caesars, and then we shall plan the universal happiness of man. The Brothers Karamazov has had a deep influence on many writers, philosophers, and public figures over the years.
Snow , writing about Einstein 's admiration of the novel, wrote, " The Brothers Karamazov —that for him in was the supreme summit of all literature. It remained so when I talked to him in , and probably until the end of his life.
In Freud published a paper titled " Dostoevsky and Parricide " in which he investigated Dostoevsky's own neuroses. Freud claimed that Dostoevsky's epilepsy was not a natural condition but instead a physical manifestation of the author's hidden guilt over his father's death. According to Freud, Dostoevsky and all other sons wished for the death of his father because of latent desire for his mother; and as evidence Freud cites the fact that Dostoevsky's epileptic fits did not begin until he turned 18, the year his father died.
The themes of patricide and guilt, especially in the form of moral guilt illustrated by Ivan Karamazov, would then obviously follow for Freud as literary evidence of this theory. Franz Kafka is another writer who felt immensely indebted to Dostoevsky and The Brothers Karamazov for influencing his own work. Kafka called himself and Dostoevsky "blood relatives", perhaps because of Dostoevsky's existential motifs. Another interesting parallel between the two authors was their strained relationships with their fathers.
Kafka felt immensely drawn to the hatred Fyodor's sons demonstrate toward their father in The Brothers Karamazov and dealt with the theme of fathers and sons himself in many of his works, most explicitly in his short story " The Judgment ". Yet, as he said, 'he admired his heart', a criticism which contains a great deal of truth, for though his characters do act extravagantly, madly, almost, still their basis is firm enough underneath The Brothers Karamazov Madness you may call it, but therein may be the secret of his genius I prefer the word exaltation, exaltation which can merge into madness, perhaps.
In fact all great men have had that vein in them; it was the source of their greatness; the reasonable man achieves nothing. The existentialist philosopher and Nobel Prize-winning author Albert Camus centered on a discussion of Ivan Karamazov's revolt in his book Rebel.
According to the philosopher Charles B.
Guignon , the novel's most fascinating character, Ivan Karamazov, had by the middle of the twentieth century become the icon of existentialist rebellion in the writings of Albert Camus and Jean-Paul Sartre. Joseph Stalin had read Dostoevsky since his youth and considered the author as a great psychologist. His copy of The Brothers Karamazov reveals extensive highlights and notes in the margins that he made while reading the work, which have been studied and analyzed by multiple researchers. He also said that " The Brothers Karamazov may be the best work of world literature".
The philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein is said to have read The Brothers Karamazov "so often he knew whole passages of it by heart.
Somerset Maugham included The Brothers Karamazov in his list of ten greatest novels in the world. This is a list of the unabridged English translations of the novel: A Russian episode mini-series was produced in , and is considered to be as close to the book as possible. The Japanese drama Karamazov no Kyodai , created by Misato Sato  is a modern retelling of the book.
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For other uses, see The Brothers Karamazov disambiguation. Crime and Punishment and Dostoevsky's later final masterpiece, The Brothers Karamazov , are alike in one key respect: Dostoevsky Studies.
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