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[[ Download Kindle ]] ⚣ Noites Brancas - Romance sentimental (Das recordações de um sonhador) º Durante uma das maravilhosas noites brancas do ver o de S o Petersburgo, em que o sol praticamente n o se p e, dois jovens se encontram numa ponte sobre o rio Niev , dando in cio a uma hist ria carregada de fantasia, emo o e lirismo Nesta novela singular, publicada em , Dostoi vski constr i uma atmosfera delicada e fantasmag rica, que evoca o gosto rom ntico da poca Nela, a pr pria cidade de S o Petersburgo com seus pal cios e pontes, seus espa os monumentais revela se como personagem I don t know how to be silent when my heart is speaking You seldom come across a book that speaks to you I ve come to believe that White Nights is one of Dostoevsky soptimistic works when compared to others, which I ve tried avoiding frantically after my galling experience of reading The Idiot.In this story, the main character is a lonely but hopeful human who undergoes the pain of unrequited love If it d been someone else in place of Nastenka, you d have easily loathed her for so I don t know how to be silent when my heart is speaking You seldom come across a book that speaks to you I ve come to believe that White Nights is one of Dostoevsky soptimistic works when compared to others, which I ve tried avoiding frantically after my galling experience of reading The Idiot.In this story, the main character is a lonely but hopeful human who undergoes the pain of unrequited love If it d been someone else in place of Nastenka, you d have easily loathed her for so cruelly crushing our hero s heart but since it s her, you can t actually hate on her because you know where she is coming from and why she had to turn down his feelings And I think Dostoevsky made the right choice to write it as a short story rather than a novella, the length gives a hopeful purpose to each character s goals.If you want to read a love story that makes you hopeful even if it leaves you scarred, then this story may be just the thing for you You may end up with mixed emotions tears, smile, and sanguineness This story, really a novella, is the one I use to introduce people to Dostoyevsky If you like White Nights you will like Fyodor Mikailovich, I think, and if you don t you won t In it we re introduced to a charming intelligent young man who lives on the edges of St Petersburg life, a shy dreamer who spends almost all his time alone The life of his observations and imagination is very full, however He daydreams in 3d with vivid colors passionate intricate tales that engross him completely, to This story, really a novella, is the one I use to introduce people to Dostoyevsky If you like White Nights you will like Fyodor Mikailovich, I think, and if you don t you won t In it we re introduced to a charming intelligent young man who lives on the edges of St Petersburg life, a shy dreamer who spends almost all his time alone The life of his observations and imagination is very full, however He daydreams in 3d with vivid colors passionate intricate tales that engross him completely, to the point that an actual friend knocking on his door to say hello flusters him totally, leaving him nonplussed for the entire short awkward visit Dostoyevsky, in his brilliant way makes me care deeply about our hero, and feel a total sense of identification with him One day, our protagonist meets an actual real life girl, one whose temperment and situation in life are something like his They become great friends immediately, something that has never happened to him before The story takes off at this point, piling up so much light and darkness that I m gasping for breath all the way through until the magnificent ending.It s extraordinary the way Dostoyevsky can make all of us feel so much identification with his characters I feel each time I read this story that he s plumbed the secret depths of my soul that not even I had any idea of He slices me apart and puts me back together so that I m somebody totally new after he s done I feel as though he s writing about me and only me, through a century and a half of time travel and a thorough reading of my subconscious mind, and I do feel exposed by it My son s aunt who studied Russian literature in Russia says Dostoyevsky is evil, because he cuts us open and has a poke round our deepest selves with such complete and utter honesty It s true he does see the whole of humanity, from our basest depravity to our highest divinity But for me his truth is purifying, like a sacred flame, like the caress of a being who s both angel and demon at the same time I do think Dostoyevsky is the greatest novelist of all in the whole history of western civilization Let me preface this review by announcing that I have never read anything that had put my thoughts and feelings as a dreamer so accurately as it has been put in this storyMy dear Fyodor gets it, he really does A dreamer is someone who shuts himself from the rest of the world and loses himself in his own mind and dreams His entire life has been like that That is pretty much how he lived his life, and he does not mind it, not at all, he in fact, likes it I am a dreamer I know so little of rea Let me preface this review by announcing that I have never read anything that had put my thoughts and feelings as a dreamer so accurately as it has been put in this storyMy dear Fyodor gets it, he really does A dreamer is someone who shuts himself from the rest of the world and loses himself in his own mind and dreams His entire life has been like that That is pretty much how he lived his life, and he does not mind it, not at all, he in fact, likes it I am a dreamer I know so little of real life that I just can t help re living such moments as these in my dreams, for such moments are something I have very rarely experienced I am going to dream about you the whole night, the whole week, the whole year I feel I know you so well that I couldn t have known you better if we d been friends for twenty years You won t fail me, will you Only two minutes, and you ve made me happy forever Yes, happy Who knows, perhaps you ve reconciled me with myself, resolved all my doubts.When I woke up it seemed to me that some snatch of a tune I had known for a long time, I had heard somewhere before but had forgotten, a melody of great sweetness, was coming back to me now It seemed to me that it had been trying to emerge from my soul all my life, and only now A fresh dream fresh happiness A fresh rush of delicate, voluptuous poison What is real life to him To his corrupted eyes we live, you and I, Nastenka, so torpidly, slowly, insipidly in his eyes we are all so dissatisfied with our fate, so exhausted by our life And, truly, see how at first sight everything is cold, morose, as though ill humoured among us Poor things thinks our dreamer And it is no wonder that he thinks it Look at these magic phantasms, which so enchantingly, so whimsically, so carelessly and freely group before him in such a magic, animated picture, in which the most prominent figure in the foreground is of course himself, our dreamer, in his precious person But suddenly and quite unexpectedly, life throws something at the dreamer, and he is quite thrilled about it He starts to think that reality is not that bad after all that it all finally makes sense, that maybe he does not need not any, to make shelter from reality in his her dreams Reality for once, has become better Soon enough though, the cruel realization comes to him, he realizes it is not meant to last This whole thing was a mere interlude in his her endless world of dreams The dreamer is not bitter, nor s he is resentful S he accepts it This little interlude has made his her life In the end, you feel that your much vaunted, inexhaustible fantasy is growing tired, debilitated, exhausted, because you re bound to grow out of your old ideals they re smashed to splinters and turn to dust, and if you have no other life, you have no choice but to keep rebuilding your dreams from the splinters and dust But the heart longs for something different And it is vain to dig in the ashes of your old fancies, trying to find even a tiny spark to fan into a new flame that will warm the chilled heart and bring back to life everything that can send the blood rushing wildly through the body, fill the eyes with tears everything that can delude you so well At the end, it all boils down to this trice a single little moment of sober happiness My God, a whole moment of happiness Is that too little for the whole of a man s life I cannot express how much I absolutely loved and enjoyed reading this one, it definitely had become one of my all times favorites Highly recommended Loneliness We ve all been there Some of us may still be there but My God, a whole moment of happiness Is that too little for the whole of man s life