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The brothers Karamazov.

Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky; Constance Garnett
Publisher: Chicago, Encyclopædia Britannica [1955, ©1952]
Series: Great books of the Western world, v. 52.
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A tale of murder, betrayal, sacrifice, tragedy, and glory centering on the murder of Fyodor Pavlovitch Karamazov, a corrupt landowner.
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Genre/Form: Domestic fiction
Didactic fiction
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881.
Brothers Karamazov.
Chicago, Encyclopædia Britannica [1955, ©1952]
(OCoLC)756447653
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Fyodor Dostoyevsky; Constance Garnett
OCLC Number: 918460
Description: viii, 412 pages 25 cm.
Contents: Part I: Book I: History of a family: Fyodor Pavlovitch Karamazov --
He gets rid of his eldest son --
Second marriage, and the second family --
Third son, Alyosha --
Elders --
Book II: Unfortunate gathering: They arrive at the monastery --
Old Buffoon --
Peasant women who have faith --
Lady of little faith --
So be it! So be it! --
Why is such a man alive/ Young man bent on a career --
Scandalous scene --
Book III: Sensualists: In the servants' quarters --
Lizaveta --
Confession of a passionate heart- in verse --
Confession of a passionate heart- in anecdote --
Confession of a passionate heart- "Heels up" --
Smerdyakov --
Controversy --
Over the brandy --
Sensualists --
Both together --
Another reputation ruined --
Part II: Book IV: Lacerations: Father Ferapont --
At his father's --
Meeting with the schoolboys --
At the Hohlakovs' --
Laceration in the drawing-room --
Laceration in the cottage --
And in the open air --
Book V: Pro and contra: Engagement --
Smerdyakov with a guitar --
Brothers make friends --
Rebellion --
Grand Inquisitor --
For awhile a very obscure one --
"It's always worth while speaking to a clever man" --
Book VI: Russian monk: Father Zossima and his visitors --
Recollection of Father Zossima's youth before he became a monk; duel --
Conversations and Exhortations of Father Zossima --
Part III: Book VII: Alyosha: Breath of corruption --
Critical moment --
Onion --
Cana of Galilee --
Book VIII: Mitya: Kuzma Samsonov --
Lyagavy --
Gold mines --
In the dark --
Sudden resolution --
"I am coming, too!" --
First and rightful lover --
Delirium --
Book IX: Preliminary investigation: Beginning of Perhotin's official career --
Alarm --
Sufferings of a soul; first ordeal --
Second ordeal --
Third ordeal --
Prosecutor catches Mitya --
Mitya's great secret; received with hisses --
Evidence of the witnesses; babe --
They carry Mitya away --
Part IV: Book X: Boys --
Kolya Krassotkin --
Children --
Schoolboy --
Lost dog --
By Ilusha's bedside --
Precocity --
Ilusha --
Book XI: Ivan: At Grushenka's --
Injured foot --
Little demon --
Hymn and a secret --
Not you, not you! --
First interview with Smerdyakov --
Second interview with Smerdyakov --
Third and last interview with Smerdyakov --
Devil; Ivan's nightmare --
"It was he who said that" --
Book XII: Judicial error: Fatal day --
Dangerous witnesses --
Medical experts and a pound of nuts --
Fortune smiles on Mitya --
Sudden catastrophe --
Prosecutor's speech; sketches of character --
Historical survey --
Treatise on Smerdyakov --
Galloping Troika; End of the prosecutor's speech --
Speech for the defense; an argument that cuts both ways --
There was no money; there was no robbery --
And there was no murder either --
Corrupter of thought --
Peasants stand firm --
Epilogue: Plans for Mitya's escape --
For a moment the lie becomes the truth --
Ilusha's funeral; speech at the stone.
Series Title: Great books of the Western world, v. 52.
Other Titles: Bratʹi︠a︡ Karamazovy.
Responsibility: Translated by Constance Garnett.

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A tale of murder, betrayal, sacrifice, tragedy, and glory centering on the murder of Fyodor Pavlovitch Karamazov, a corrupt landowner.

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