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10 thoughts on “8 أعمال دوستويفسكي الأدبية : الجريمة والعقاب 1 ـ المجلد

  1. Céline (lumierewhispers) Céline (lumierewhispers) says:

    4 Review to come


  2. Daniel Schechtel Daniel Schechtel says:

    MASTERPIECE


  3. Rowena Rowena says:

    Crime and punishment by Dostoevsky was such a journey filled with emotions.I wanted to start this year by reading the difficult famous classic novels and crime and punishment was that choice.This book took me to a journey in the street of St Petersburg thats filled with so many unfortunate lives in my opinion that portrayed how the life was in Russia from the difficulties of learning and the extreme poverty of the money and soul The novel opens up to the character Raskolnikov who s a dropout Crime and punishment by Dostoevsky was such a journey filled with emotions.I wanted to start this year by reading the difficult famous classic novels and crime and punishment was that choice.This book took me to a journey in the street of St Petersburg thats filled with so many unfortunate lives in my opinion that portrayed how the life was in Russia from the difficulties of learning and the extreme poverty of the money and soul The novel opens up to the character Raskolnikov who s a dropout student living away from his family and go for months not interacting with anyone.As many struggles throw its way on him ,he finds himself lost in his gray mind.Dostoevsky s way into getting the readers involved with his flawed characters and feel for them despite how shocking their ideas might be As much as I don t approve or agree with Raskolnikov s ideas or behaviors I found myself trying to understand himand be in emotional contact with him.Raskolnikov s idea is that we are capable of murdering if we made our mind to it and act upon it and it wouldn t be like bloodshed , it would be simply correcting or saving humanity from that person But in my opinion Raskolnikov was trying to stop poverty or not letting other people be ruined by the old lady which i think the old lady wasn t guilty for other s faults but putting yourself in Raskolnikov s mind and the dilemma of being short of money made him think what he did was heroic But it was mentally insane as his guilt carries him in circles and wanting to free himself of that burden I really enjoyed reading this one it was all new to me despite the fact that i read White nights by Dostoyevsky but Crime and punishment hit differently.it was genuinely madness filled with beauty and challenges of what we believe in our human nature is really another read I can t wait to readof his works


  4. Mai Muhammad Mai Muhammad says:

    Just great


  5. Diego Navarro Diego Navarro says:

    Shining and unexpected ending too optimistic if we re talking about Dostoievsky Stuning narrative which avoids get too deep on details.


  6. Mabel Geronimo Mabel Geronimo says:

    I loved the story, the uncanny character raskolnikof and the mystery But I didn t quite feel that the ending was appropriate Because I feel that it gives the idea that even though Raskolnikof got to pay for his crime, he ended up without regreting his actions, like he was one of the people that were allow to kill And even if Aliona Ivanovna kind of deserved to die according to the rumors that wasn t reason enough, besides he killed another human being who had done anything wrong Furthermor I loved the story, the uncanny character raskolnikof and the mystery But I didn t quite feel that the ending was appropriate Because I feel that it gives the idea that even though Raskolnikof got to pay for his crime, he ended up without regreting his actions, like he was one of the people that were allow to kill And even if Aliona Ivanovna kind of deserved to die according to the rumors that wasn t reason enough, besides he killed another human being who had done anything wrong Further, his family ended up being rich, and he found a wife, a woman who would love him and take care of him without doubting, and that s the best gift someone could ever have, which I frankly think he didn t deserve


  7. Adrian Rodriguez Adrian Rodriguez says:

    This book is the literary experience of a lifetime Rodion Raskolnikov is one of the most complex and deep characters in classic literature.The story is so carefully crafted that the climax chills the blood in a way that will remain with you forever.


  8. Saidy Saidy says:

    The book was good but I would not read it again because I did not understand much of its content besides it was not until the end that I completely understood it, I was struck by the romantic part but for the most part it was a tortuous reading Maybe because I was sent to read at school


  9. Pablo Pablo says:

    So identified with Rodia Maybe I need someone like Sonia in my life Delicate and honest, one who can hold my ups and downs In my opinion, the book has some of the best quotes I ever read It s so deep Not hard to read but fucking large.


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10 thoughts on “8 أعمال دوستويفسكي الأدبية : الجريمة والعقاب 1 ـ المجلد

  1. Céline (lumierewhispers) Céline (lumierewhispers) says:

    4 Review to come

  2. Daniel Schechtel Daniel Schechtel says:

    MASTERPIECE

  3. Rowena Rowena says:

    Crime and punishment by Dostoevsky was such a journey filled with emotions.I wanted to start this year by reading the difficult famous classic novels and crime and punishment was that choice.This book took me to a journey in the street of St Petersburg thats filled with so many unfortunate lives in my opinion that portrayed how the life was in Russia from the difficulties of learning and the extreme poverty of the money and soul The novel opens up to the character Raskolnikov who s a dropout Crime and punishment by Dostoevsky was such a journey filled with emotions.I wanted to start this year by reading the difficult famous classic novels and crime and punishment was that choice.This book took me to a journey in the street of St Petersburg thats filled with so many unfortunate lives in my opinion that portrayed how the life was in Russia from the difficulties of learning and the extreme poverty of the money and soul The novel opens up to the character Raskolnikov who s a dropout student living away from his family and go for months not interacting with anyone.As many struggles throw its way on him ,he finds himself lost in his gray mind.Dostoevsky s way into getting the readers involved with his flawed characters and feel for them despite how shocking their ideas might be As much as I don t approve or agree with Raskolnikov s ideas or behaviors I found myself trying to understand himand be in emotional contact with him.Raskolnikov s idea is that we are capable of murdering if we made our mind to it and act upon it and it wouldn t be like bloodshed , it would be simply correcting or saving humanity from that person But in my opinion Raskolnikov was trying to stop poverty or not letting other people be ruined by the old lady which i think the old lady wasn t guilty for other s faults but putting yourself in Raskolnikov s mind and the dilemma of being short of money made him think what he did was heroic But it was mentally insane as his guilt carries him in circles and wanting to free himself of that burden I really enjoyed reading this one it was all new to me despite the fact that i read White nights by Dostoyevsky but Crime and punishment hit differently.it was genuinely madness filled with beauty and challenges of what we believe in our human nature is really another read I can t wait to readof his works

  4. Mai Muhammad Mai Muhammad says:

    Just great

  5. Diego Navarro Diego Navarro says:

    Shining and unexpected ending too optimistic if we re talking about Dostoievsky Stuning narrative which avoids get too deep on details.

  6. Mabel Geronimo Mabel Geronimo says:

    I loved the story, the uncanny character raskolnikof and the mystery But I didn t quite feel that the ending was appropriate Because I feel that it gives the idea that even though Raskolnikof got to pay for his crime, he ended up without regreting his actions, like he was one of the people that were allow to kill And even if Aliona Ivanovna kind of deserved to die according to the rumors that wasn t reason enough, besides he killed another human being who had done anything wrong Furthermor I loved the story, the uncanny character raskolnikof and the mystery But I didn t quite feel that the ending was appropriate Because I feel that it gives the idea that even though Raskolnikof got to pay for his crime, he ended up without regreting his actions, like he was one of the people that were allow to kill And even if Aliona Ivanovna kind of deserved to die according to the rumors that wasn t reason enough, besides he killed another human being who had done anything wrong Further, his family ended up being rich, and he found a wife, a woman who would love him and take care of him without doubting, and that s the best gift someone could ever have, which I frankly think he didn t deserve

  7. Adrian Rodriguez Adrian Rodriguez says:

    This book is the literary experience of a lifetime Rodion Raskolnikov is one of the most complex and deep characters in classic literature.The story is so carefully crafted that the climax chills the blood in a way that will remain with you forever.

  8. Saidy Saidy says:

    The book was good but I would not read it again because I did not understand much of its content besides it was not until the end that I completely understood it, I was struck by the romantic part but for the most part it was a tortuous reading Maybe because I was sent to read at school

  9. Pablo Pablo says:

    So identified with Rodia Maybe I need someone like Sonia in my life Delicate and honest, one who can hold my ups and downs In my opinion, the book has some of the best quotes I ever read It s so deep Not hard to read but fucking large.

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