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Идио́т ❮PDF / Epub❯ ✈ Идио́т ⚣ Author Fyodor Dostoyevsky – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk يعتبر دوستويفكسي واحداً من أعظم كتّاب الرواية، فأعماله تتميز بقدرة على السرد تشدّ القارئ، وبتعبيرها القوي عن يعتبر دوستويفكسي واحداً من أعظم كتّاب الرواية، فأعماله تتميز بقدرة على السرد تشدّ القارئ، وبتعبيرها القوي عن دزاخل النفس الإنسانية، وقد عبّر عن ذلك في عناوين رواياته التي تصف الإنسان في شتى مواقفه وتصرّفاته: المقامرالمراهقمذلّون مهانونالجريمة والعقابالأبلهرواية الأبله واحدة من أكثر النماذج تعبيراً عن قدرة دوستويفسكي على النظر في دواخل النفس الإنسانية فهذا الأبله هو أمير، من سلالة أمراء معروفة في تاريخ روسيا، لكن شخصيته ومسار حياته لا يشبهان أبداً أولئك الأمراء الذين يأمرون فيُطاعون بل هو شخص طيّب بسيط، يمكن استدرار عاطفته والتأثير عليه بمجرّد إبداء الرقة أو التعبير عن الحاجة او الحزن أو الأسى ولذلك يبدو أبله في نظر المجتمعلماذا تخلق الطبيعة أفضل الناس لتسخّرَ منهم بعد ذلك؟أنا لم أفسد أحداًلقد أردت أن أحيا لسعادة الناس جميعهم لإكتشاف الحقيقة ونشرهاماذا كانت النتيجة؟ لا شيء! كانت النتيجة أنكم تحتقرونني، هذا دليل على أنني أحمقبهذه العبارات يتحدّث الأمير ميشكين عن نفسه، تلك النفس التي تبدو ضعيفة أما جبروت البشر، بلهاء أمام المكر، بسيطة أمام التفاخر، غيبة أمام الرياء، هشّة امام الظلم ورائعة وقويّة وقادرة إزاء مشاعر الخير والحبّ والصداقةالأبله واحد من نماذج دوستويفسكي الإنسانية العظيمةالناشر.


10 thoughts on “Идио́т

  1. A Wallflower A Wallflower says:

    My first Dostoyevsky. Such a great surprise. So exciting to start reading more of his works.


  2. Muzun in Wonderland Muzun in Wonderland says:

    I’m DNFing this one since I want to read it, and not listen to the Arabic audiobook, it sounds fun but the narrator makes it a bit hideous, so I’ll read it again once I get the physical book :) which is going to be in my 2021 reading list.


  3. Bogdan Bogdan says:



    This is another masterpiece of world literature, one of the contribution of Russian Golden Age to human kind. In my opinion Dostoyevski proves with this novel that it is beyond doubt one of the greatest and finest observer of human kind. It is always a joy to read the spectacle he arranges in his novels.


  4. Halvor (Raknes) Halvor (Raknes) says:

    Amazing! Simply wonderful! This is world class literature! Oh, you already knew that? Well, you should read it!

    Anyway, I've read about half this novel, and I can't wait to get started on the other half! I usually don't bother writing anything when I've finished on part of a whole like this, but here I'm strongly motivated to express my joy and excitement! No, actual review here, though, that'll have to wait…


  5. Realini Realini says:

    The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, adapted for the BBC
    10 out of 10

    Notes and thoughts on other books are available at:

    - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... and http://realini.blogspot.ro/

    The Idiot is without a doubt one of the best novels ever written and one of my favorites, included on the Norwegian Book Club list of Best 100 novels of All Time:

    - https://www.theguardian.com/world/200...

    I have listened this morning to the BBC adaptation- a wonderful achievement, with a superb cast: Paul Rhys as Prince Mishkin, Alex Jennings as Ganya, Roger Allam as Rogazhin, Lia Williams as Nastasya…
    silly as I am, I thought that this is such a chef d’oeuvre that perhaps it would do to have some variant, optional course…I am wrong, just another story inspired by this magnificent work, wherein Prince Mishkin may become a businessman returning from exile and there is the option- probably too Hollywood like- of CEO Flemming marrying Aglaia, while at the same time finding a solution for Nastasya, who could be called Soledad or Ndugu.

    Prince Mishkin arrives from Switzerland and on the train meets with his nemesis, who is a friend in the first place.
    The events in the novel present the Russian spirit in a glorifying manner at times, while leaving the reader stupefied at what depth the same noble spirit can sink- but then this specific for people everywhere.

    Dostoyevsky has impressed me when I was a teenager and jumped from the balcony into the kitchen to be able to read Crime and Punishment- we lived in a two room apartment and that was the only way to get acquainted with the master.
    The genius has been condemned to death and he tells us the story of his last minutes on earth, divided into three:
    - One minute he reserved to pass his life in front of his eyes, the most important moments given only a second
    - The second was for family and friends, saying goodbye and remembering them, with the good times they had together
    - And finally the last was dedicated to a ray of sunshine falling on the top of a beautiful church…

    He was pardoned, the readers can read about these feelings in his books, wherein protagonists talk about how wonderful life can be, when one is faced with the last moments on earth and man would prefer living on a bare rock, in the middle of the ocean to death.
    In fact, Prince Mishkin talks at one point to the family of his relative, Lizaveta Prokovyevna about the most important souvenir that he brings from his stay abroad, which is witnessing an execution that terrified him…

    The Prince is imagining what can pass through the mind of the man who is about to be executed, how he might say I have only two streets to go, then just one and finally this is it, I am gone in a few seconds…
    The Idiot is not a simple man, even if he admits that his illness, the epilepsy has surely had an impact on his abilities, but I venture to say that idiot here is actually a man who does not think in the manner of the others, he is so “simple” as to think of the good of the others before having any care for himself.

    For instance, at one point he realizes that he is in love with Aglaia, but he is still ready to marry Nastasya Filippovna, for he feels the latter has suffered too much, being abused and probably repeatedly raped by a villain.
    The Idiot is therefore ready for the ultimate sacrifice, giving his whole life and love away just to save another human being and this is reinforcing the opinion of the others that he must be “thick, mad” to engage in such an act.

    In some ways, he might also be a proof of how important EQ is- psychology has demonstrated that EQ is much more important than IQ- and if the Prince does not know the ways of the world, how to avoid destroying vases, he is very sensitive to what the others feel, their pain and suffering and he is always ready to offer support.
    Ganya for instance is very irritated by the Prince and what he sees as the latter’s interference in his affairs, because the former is the opposite of the gentle, self- sacrificing Prince Mishkin, hesitating between marrying Nastasya Filippovna and trying to seduce and then become a prominent man as the husband of Aglaia.
    In one particular scene, the hero is trying to sooth Nastasya and asks for mercy and gentleness from Aglaia, even when this indeed seems preposterous, because it feels like the latter is the injured party and, for all her childhood ordeal, the former is acting in an aggressive, calumnious manner towards…well, almost everybody.

    The phenomenal professor of literature that I had in high school- Anton Chevorchian- used to say that all masterpieces have a murder, a crime to be investigated and The Idiot is no exception, with an anticipated climax.
    The Prince and Aglaia are such mesmerizing, exhilarating personages that I am thinking about expressing my remorse for their fate in a story that takes them to a different trajectory, in the manner of positive psychology exercises:

    - Imagine the best possible future, writing about negative events, counting your blessings are just a few examples
    - In a version of the best possible future, the CEO inspired by the prince has some of the adventures from The Idiot but his perspectives are brighter…after all, I guess we have better treatment for epilepsy today

    The Idiot is an outstanding chef d’oeuvre.


  6. Hiba Hiba says:

    It was


  7. Park ISSORIA Park ISSORIA says:

    That part of the novel was a masterpiece, it's just like a dark world to discover, a dark oceon to sink in!


  8. Sue Sue says:

    This story started out like it would be good but quickly lost motion. It seemed to me that all the characters were always mad at each other and arguing and trying to find fault constantly! The characters were referred to by more than one name which made it a bit hard to follow but not to bad, you just had to pay attention. I didn't not finish this book. I am not one to not complete a book no matter how bad it may be but maybe I have decided that I can spend my time on better books that keep my attention better. I know this author has some great books out there but this is not one of them.


  9. Sinan Öner Sinan Öner says:

    I read Dostoyevsky's Works; I liked.


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