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    Popular Culture An Alphabetical Contempt a Let s not mince words All populist entertainment is repulsive, useless, dangerous and witheringly anti intellectual b Except maybe Doctor Who But that s hardly Beckett, is it c I first became an intellectual snob in my late teens I witnessed first hand the slow declension of burgeoning intellects through a routine of television, video games and a fear of reading books d How did I escape this declension e I learned words like declension I Popular Culture An Alphabetical Contempt a Let s not mince words All populist entertainment is repulsive, useless, dangerous and witheringly anti intellectual b Except maybe Doctor Who But that s hardly Beckett, is it c I first became an intellectual snob in my late teens I witnessed first hand the slow declension of burgeoning intellects through a routine of television, video games and a fear of reading books d How did I escape this declension e I learned words like declension I started to read books After a decade of unbridled virtual hedonism I crushed Sonic the He...


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    At the inquest our doctors absolutely and emphatically rejected all idea of insanity I open with the closing lines, on the brink of exhaustion, not sure of my own state of sanity.Reading Dostoyevsky is a bit like spending time with close family members with a diametrically opposed worldview I love them dearly, unconditionally, but I don t LIKE them at all.As I am slowly working my way through Dostoyevsky s works, starting with the whisperings of a man taking notes from the underground, movin At the inquest our doctors absolutely and emphatically rejected all idea of insanity I open with the closing lines, on the brink of exhaustion, not sure of my own state of sanity.Reading Dostoyevsky is a bit like spending time with close family members with a diametrically opposed worldview I love them dearly, unconditionally, but I don t LIKE them at all.As I am slowly working my way through Dostoyevsky s works, starting with the whisperings of a man taking notes from the underground, moving to the murderer Raskolnikov who manages to get my sympathy even though I loathe his actions and motives, and and then over to a holy fool like Myshkin, who enrages me completely with his ignorant arrogance and destructive power, I have now made the acquaintance of the Devils.If Raskolnikov hypnotised me, and Myshkin made me curse, the Devils have a slower, yet evenpowerful impact on my mental equilibrium While I wa...


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    Full freedom will come only when it makes no difference whether to live or not to live That s the goal for everyoneFyodor Dostoyevsky, DemonsReview in limbo I loved the Devil s out of the PossessedHow the Hell do I adequately review this Once someone hits a certain genius with writing or other forms of art , it is impossible to really grade their art How could one grade Beethoven s great symphonies Is Demons Devils the Possessed better than Crime and Punishment, The Brothers KaramaFull freedom will come only when it makes no difference whether to live or not to live That s the goal for everyoneFyodor Dostoyevsky, DemonsReview in limbo I loved the Devil s out of the PossessedHow the Hell do I adequately review this Once someone hits a certain genius with writing or other forms of art , it is impossible to really grade their art How could one grade Beethoven s great symphonies Is Demons Devils the Possessed better than Crime and Punishment, The Brothers Karamazov, The Idiot Tell me, do you prefer Matthew, Mark, Luke...


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    Si usted supiera, S nechka, cu nto cuesta ser escritor, es decir, cargar con la suerte del escritor Mire usted yo estoy seguro de que si dispusiese para escribir una novela, de dos a tres a os lujo que pueden permitirse Turgu niev, Gonch rov y Tolstoi me saldr a una obra de la que se hablar a a n pasado un siglo Con esa carga de preocupaci n que en una carta Dostoievski le escribe a su sobrina, Sof a Aleks ndr...


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    Winds of change are finally sweeping Czarist Russia , in the 1860 s Ideas good or bad , arrive too, they have been around for decades in the rest of Europe, this land is no longer isolated Socialism is the new fad for the intellectuals The serfs have been freed by Alexander the Second, courts democratized, the death penalty seldom carried out, people can speak and write freely, up to a point There is still Siberia for those who go over the line a little And all the new railroads, will ge Winds of change are finally sweeping Czarist Russia , in the 1860 s Ideas good or bad , arrive too, they have been around for decades in the rest of Europe, this land is no longer isolated Socialism is the new fad for the intellectuals The serfs have been freed by Alexander the Second, courts democratized, the death penalty seldom carried out, people can speak and write freely, up to a point There is still Siberia for those who go over the line a little And all the new railroads, will get you to it, that cold, desolate territory, very quickly In a provincial town ...


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    Demons Devils, Fyodor Dostoyevsky Demons Russian , B sy is a novel by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, first published in the journal The Russian Messenger in 1871 2 It is considered one of the four masterworks written by Dostoyevsky after his return from Siberian exile, along with Crime and Punishment 1866 , The Idiot 1869 and The Brothers Karamazov 1880 Demons is a social and political satire, a psychological drama, and large scale tragedy Joyce Carol Oates has described it as Dost Demons Devils, Fyodor Dostoyevsky Demons Russian , B sy is a novel by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, first published in the journal The Russian Messenger in 1871 2 It is considered one of the four masterworks written by Dostoyevsky after his return from Siberian exile, along with Crime and Punishment 1866 , The Idiot 1869 an...


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    Dostoevsky s novel, Demons often falsely translated The Possessed, thereby erroneously stressing the object rather than the subject , is one of his most powerful books, a socio political work exploring 19th century ideas the demons current in Russia at the time, specifically European liberalism and nihilism in contrast to what was most important to Dostoevsky, Russian Orthodoxy, and in this sense the author seems a forerunner of Solzhenitzyn a century later, in our own time At times the no Dostoevsky s novel, Demons often falsely translated The Possessed, thereby erroneously stressing the object rather than the subject , is one of his most powerful books, a socio political work exploring 19th century ideas the demons current in Russia at the time, specifically European liberalism and nihilism in contrast to what was most important to Dostoevsky, Russian Orthodoxy, and in this sense the author seems a forerunner of Solzhenitzyn a century later, in our own time At times the novel seems almost droll, particularly in the author s finely drawn characterizations of his protagonists, but the story turns progressively and inexorably sinister and tragic, plumbing the depths of human anguish and despair, no character escaping the darkness The work is powerful and haunting, psychologically perce...


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    My favorite extended quote from Demons Having devoted my energy to studying the question of the social organization of the future society which is to replace the present one, I have come to the conclusion that all creators of social systems from ancient times to our year have been dreamers, tale tellers, fools who contradicted themselves and understood precisely nothing of natural science or of that strange animal known as man Plato, Rousseau, Fourier, aluminum columns this is fit perhaps for My favorite extended quote from Demons Having devoted my energy to studying the question of the social organization of the future society which is to replace the present one, I hav...


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    Fyodor Dostoyevsky s portrayal of human nature is so idiosyncratic that he simply can t be surpassed by anybody in this art.There always are some fashionable ideas and human beings, who can t think indepedably, prefer to follow this fashion blindly and those people are eventually used by the others They just become cat s paw And you know it all comes from that same half bakedness, that sentimentality They are fascinated, not by realism, but by the emotional ideal side of socialism, by the rel Fyodor Dostoyevsky s portrayal of human nature is so idiosyncratic that he simply can t be surpassed by anybody in this art.There always are some fashionable ideas and human beings, who can t think indepedably, prefer to follow this fashion blindly and those people are eventually used by the others They just become cat s paw And you know it all comes from that same half bakedness, that sentimentality They are fascinated, not by realism, but by the emotional ideal side of socialism, by the religious note in it, so to say, by the poetry of it second hand, of course They are hollow men,...


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Demons Inspired By The True Story Of A Political Murder That Horrified Russians In 1869, Fyodor Dostoevsky Conceived Of Demons As A Novel Pamphlet In Which He Would Say Everything About The Plague Of Materialist Ideology That He Saw Infecting His Native Land What Emerged Was A Prophetic And Ferociously Funny Masterpiece Of Ideology And Murder In Pre Revolutionary Russia Penguinrandomhouse.com