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@Read Pdf ì Дядюшкин сон ì زینا، من شب‌های درازی را بی‌خوابی کشیدم، شب‌های وحشتناکی بود و در طول این شب‌ها من روی این تخت افتاده بودم و فکر می‌کردم، وخیلی فکر می‌کردم و سرانجام به این نتیجه رسیدم که بهتر است بمیرم،‌ به خدا قسم بهتر است! زینا جان، من به درد زندگی نمی‌خورم! زینا گریه می‌کرد و بدون حرف زدن دست‌های بیمار را می‌فشرد، گویی می‌خواست با این عمل، از ریزش سیل حرف‌هایش جلوگیری کند There's something very Jane Austen about this novella Or an accelerated, less monotonous version of Tolstoy's Anna Karenina Somewhere around that dimension of drama and Russian aristocracy. When one thinks of Fyodor Dostoyevsky, one does not think of comedy; yet this, one of the first works that the author wrote when he was allowed once again to publish after serving almost ten years in Siberia for belonging to a dissident group, the Petrashevsky Circle During that time, many of his beliefs were either strengthened or otherwise changed, but he was afraid of publishing something that would arouse the suspicion of the censors, who were still keeping on eye on him.The result was With this book the author, after his unpleasant experience, tries to stretch his literary muscles, continuing his great work from where he left it So the book is in a way a bridge between the present and its past, on the one hand it has something of the short stories that made him wellknown, on the other it has some of the elements that we come across later in his great works and between this is something unusual: an attempt to write somethingcomical The result is quite interesting, with the author satirizing persons and situations that he would surely have encountered in a classic story of a social ascension attempt through a marriage of interest orchestrated by an ambitious woman, making his wellknown deep psychological analysis The end of this effort is kind of unexpected, funny in an ironic way, and finally the message of futility is all over However, to be honest, I can't say that after reading it I can put it in the author's very good moments but surely no one misses anything by reading it.Με αυτό το βιβλίο ο συγγραφέας, μετά τη δυσάρεστη του εμπειρία, προσπαθεί να τεντώσει τους λογοτεχνικούς του μύες, συνεχίζοντας το μεγάλο του έργο από εκεί που το είχε αφήσει Έτσι το βιβλίο είναι κατά κάποιο τρόπο μία γέφυρα ανάμεσα στο παρόν και στο παρελθόν του, από τη μία έχει κάτι από τα διηγήματα με τα οποία είχε γίνει γνωστός, από την άλλη κάτι από τα στοιχεία που συναντάμε στη συνέχεια στα μεγάλα του έργα και ανάμεσα σε αυτά κάτι ασυνήθιστο: μία προσπάθεια να γράψει κάτι περισσότερο κωμικό Το αποτέλεσμα είναι αρκετά ενδιαφέρον, με το συγγραφέα να σατιρίζει πρόσωπα και καταστάσεις που σίγουρα θα είχε ο ίδιος συναντήσει μέσα από μία κλασική ιστορία μιας προσπάθειας κοινωνικής ανόδου μέσα από έναν γάμο συμφέροντος ενορχηστρωμένη από μία φιλόδοξη γυναίκα, κάνοντας την γνωστή του βαθιά ψυχολογική ανάλυση Το τέλος αυτής της προσπάθειας είναι κάπως αναπάντεχο, αστείο με έναν ειρωνικό τρόπο και τελικά περνάει το μήνυμα της ματαιότητας όλων αυτών Βέβαια, για να είμαι ειλικρινής, δεν μπορώ να πω ότι μετά από την ανάγνωση του μπορώ να το βάλω στις πολύ καλές στιγμές του συγγραφέα αλλά σίγουρα κανείς δεν χάνει διαβάζοντας το. I have said that I often miss humor in books I don't think I missed much in this one The humor is farcical and broad Maria Alexandrovna is said to be a scandalmonger, though of course she believes herself above that sort of thing She thinks herself the top of society She has banished her husband to their country estate, and, while he has only a bit part in this, I can't help but share part of his description before he disappears off stage Firstly, then, he was a most presentable man, so far as exterior goes, and a very highprincipled person besides; but in critical moments he used to lose his head and stand looking like a sheep which has come across a new gate He looked very majestic and dignified in his dresscoat and white tie at dinner parties, and so on; but his dignity only lasted until he opened his mouth to speak;Their beautiful and unmarried daughter is Zenaida, or Zina She is pursued by a young man who she detests, but has kept dangling from a string, promising to give an answer to his proposal at some future date Enter an old Prince Maria Alexandrovna decides to entrap the Prince into an offer of marriage for her daughter If this were a movie, much buffoonery would follow.This was exactly what I wanted to be reading just now As short as it is, it still climbs into the 4star group.