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[18]The Karamazov Brothers 8차 미션

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1. During the trial Grigory said, "I am not a free man. If the gentleman wishes to make fun of me, I'll have to put up with it." What do you think of this?

 

 

2. 'A father has been killed and they pretend to be shocked. They're just putting on a show in front of one anther. Hypocrites!' This is part of what Ivan Fyodorovich said after he told the court that Smerdyakov was responsible for the murder. It might be hard to take in but I think there is hard truth in his statement. We weren't born with the knowledge of what is right and what is wrong. We learned right and wrong. In a sense, we really all are hypocrites. Well, that's my opinon, tell me yours.

 

 

 

 

The book, The Karamazov Brothers, is finally over. I want to thank you all for participating.

And so that we can remember what we read and felt afterwards, write a book report after you answer these questions.

 

 

 

The Karamazov Brothers book12. To be done untill 12/8.


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Erin37 2013-12-25 19:57 

Book Report <The Karamazov Brothers>

 

 This book is about the incident that happened around the Karamazov family. The starting point of this story is Fyodor Karamazov, the father of three persons who will stand in court in the future, each in different positions.

 The first born, from the first marriage, is Dmitry Karamazov, who leads himself after his emotions, who doesn't like his father very much. The second brother is Ivan Karamazov. the boy from the second marriage, well educated, rational and resonable. And the last is Alexei Karamazov, who has a nature to love and is loved by everyone.

 Dmitry and his father did not have the "loving bonds" that every family is expected to have. Instead, the father abandoned his son and the son abandoned his father. But whe Dmitry asks for his inheritence, Fyodor helds a meeting infront of Starets Zosima. But Dmitry was late and the meeting was canceled. After a few incidents later, Dmitry rages at his father and threatens to kill him.

 Dmitry tries to get 3000 rubbles to marry his love Grushenka, he is seen bloody and with money. And the police comes to take him away for murdering his father. But it turns out that Smerdyakov, not Dmitry, killed Fyodor Karamazov, out of bitter thoughts of hate and fury towards his father.

 But Dmitry realizes his hatred for his father, and takes the crime as his own anyway. Smerdyakov confesses his crimes to Ivan, and Ivan is left to question his beliefs. The story ends as Alexei Karamazov, the lovable one, unites the street boys. I think it represents the solved discord between the Karamazovs. By solving the discord, the family may have peace at last.

 This story, full of passion and incidents, is full again by thoughts and confessions. It gives you a thought of your family and your loved ones. And it gives the joy of literature. It is indeed the best work done by Dostoevskii.

annie0717 2013-12-02 01:56 

    It is truly amazing how four people who share the same name can be so utterly different. The story mainly revolves around the lives of the three Karamazov brothers and their father. Fyodor Pavlovich Karamazov, is indifferent about the three sons he bore as a result of two marriages while seeking attention for himself. The oldest, Dmitry "Mitya" Fyodorovich Karamazov tends to follow his own passions and love rather than rational thoughts and reason. The second, Ivan Fyodorovich Karamazov, is the most educated and struggles with his atheist beliefs. The youngest brother, Alexei "Alyosha" Fyodorovich Karamazov used to be a novice and is undoubtedly the most likable among the three.

   The first major event occured when Mitya and his father held a meeting in the presence of Starets Zosima, one of the most important elders of the church, to discuss their dispute over Mitya's inheritance. However, Mitya arrived late and the meeting was adjourned. The tension only increased when a love triangle formed between Fyodor, Mitya, and Grushenka. In a fit of rage, Mitya burst into his father's house and threatened to kill him in the future. At this premature point, I was shocked by Mitya's dramatic actions and thought he must have inherited his father's madness. I was proved to be quite wrong. Mitya was not mad; he was simply expressing his emotions freely than others, and he actually seemed to be the most noble character in the book.

   Soon after, Ivan and Alyosha met at a restaurant and had a discussion about their different faiths and thoughts. Ivan proclaimed that he rejected the world that God has created because it was built on suffering. Drawn by an unexplainable emotion, Alyosha kissed Ivan softly. This signifies the good relationship between Ivan and Alyosha. At first, I could not believe my eyes. I had definitely expected religious conflicts to arise between the brothers because they believe in very different ideologies. The reason for their friendly parting was probably because Ivan could not bring himself to question Alyosha's pureness and gentleness, and instead suffered from internal struggles.

   Immediately following the death of Starets Zosima, another conflict arose. It used to be a common belief that true holy men's bodies do not decompose, however his body began to decay almost immediately. Alyosha was particularly shocked and devastated by this, since Starets Zosima was almost like a second father to him. But he finds fresh faith and hope through his meeting with Grushenka and part as friends. This gave me the impression that Alyosha's unwavering faith in God would make him an excellent starets in the future.

   Next, Mitya found himself in a wild pursuit of money so he could run away with Grushenka. He owed money to his former fiance Katerina and vows to pay her back. He spied on his father's home and was next seen on the street, covered in blood with a pile of money in his hand after running away and knocking a servant unconscious. He soon learned that Grushenka's former lover took her to a nearby lodge and prepared to confront her. But when her lover was revealed to be a cheater and flees, Grushenka revealed her love for Mitya and started making wedding plans when the police entered and arrested Mitya for the murder of his father. The overwhelming amount of evidence against him took him to prison to await trial. The odds are not in his favor and Mitya was charged guilty, which greatly upset my feelings. I was hoping that Mitya would finally enjoy the rest of his life with his true love, however he was charged for a murder he said he did not commit. But I was also led to believe that Mitya was the murderer because there seemed to be no other alternative person who was provoked to kill him.

   Meanwhile, Ivan Karamazov met Smerdyakov, the son of "Stinking Lizaveta" and heard his dramatic confession that he had murdered Fyodor Karamazov and stolen the money, then killed himself shortly after. The several puzzle p***es I had been unable to figure out joined together perfectly at this point. Smerdyakov had always been bitter about his life and blamed most of his misery on Fyodor. It also explained why the writer omitted the middle of Mitya's story. I felt relieved that passionate Mitya had not been the murderer after all, but also felt pity for Smerdyakov. It must have been really hard to keep all his bitterness to himself without anyone to trust or even confide in. I am glad his pain has ended at last, even though I wish his life had been a better one. His only confidante, Ivan, had a hallucination in which he was visited by the devil, who tormented Ivan by mocking his beliefs. Plans for Mitya's escape were formed, and he and Grushenka planned to escape to America then return to Russia because they both could not live without their country. I still wonder why they loved Russia so much when it had given nothing but hardships in return. It seems that people will do anything for someone or something they love. 

   In the middle of the plot,  Alyosha observed a group of schoolboys throwing rocks at one of their sickly peers named Ilyusha. When Alyosha tried to help, Ilyusha bit Alyosha's finger. He later learned about Mitya's previous assault of Ilyusha's father plus other hardships present in the household. Alyosha offered him money as an apology, which he threw back at Alyosha out of pride. Later, he met Kolya Krasotkin who believes in atheism and socialism, just like Ivan. Ilyusha illness worsened but he was reconciled with the other boys due to Alyosha. At Ilyusha's funeral, he gave a speech and promised never to forget his experiences with the schoolboys, while making the boys vow to do the same. The twelve boys promised Alyosha that they will remember each other forever and chanted, "Hurrah for Karamazov!" This part of the story was the most memorable. Alyosha's kind heart had brought all the boys together, even Ilyusha, and united their feelings. The famous storyteller Aesop once said, "No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted." Through Alyosha's experience with the boys, I was able to fully understand the power of a small act of kindness and how it impacted the lives of thirteen boys, one who has deceased, and a grown man.

   This is a story of love and passion, as seen in Mitya and Grushenka's relationship. This is a story that debates the value of religion and atheism, such as Ivan and Alyosha. This is a story of true kindness that moves people's hearts, like Alyosha did for the schoolboys. This is a story about morality, about right and wrong, about how so many characters teetered between several decisions. At first glance, "The Karamazov Brothers" looked long, boring, and full of various aspects of the life of Russians which I could not understand. But there is a saying that says do not trust a book by its cover. Inside, the book is overflowing with tales about the lives of the three Karamazov brothers; passionate Mitya, rational Ivan, and kind Alyosha. I would like to end this article with a recommendation of this book for people who wish to be engaged in the lives of these three remarkable brothers and pick up valuable life lessons.

annie0717 2013-11-25 00:22 
1. Grigory's words can be interpreted into two meanings. The first is to inform the others that since he was a former servant for Fyodor Pavlovich Karamazov and also a servant of God, he cannot respond to the gentleman's insults becuase he is of lower rank that his opponent. The second is to rebuke the others by pointing out the fact that the gentleman is making fun of him and therefore ironically humiliating them instead, making them feel ashamed of themselves.
2. I agree that all humans are or have been hypocrites at one point of their lives or another. It is impossible to follow everything humans preach to others, unless we are saints, which we are not. For example, a minor mistake such as telling your friend not to be late for an appointment and then arriving late yourself could make you a hypocrite. However, the degree of hypocrisy is relatively low for most humans, and we shouldn't hate others for being hypocrites because we are hypocrites ourselves, but it is justifiable to call others hypocrites when they have committed a serious mistake or a series of errors over and over again.
directioner 2013-11-24 23:23 
1.Grigory means that he has no words to say that the gentleman who had insulted him can insult him whenever he wants to, but Grigory will know that the gentleman is making fun of him, and that is not the attitude for a gentleman. Or, kaybe Grigory wanted to say that he belongs to his master, so that making fun of him is like making fun of his master, and that's not suitable. In both ways, Grigory shows that he is not pleased. Though I am not very certain about it. If Grigory wanted to say that he belongs to his master, then why did he say that if the gentleman wamts to make fun of him, he'll just put up with it?
2.Well, I think in some ways, all human beings are hypocrites. Because, imagine that all the people in the earth say that the sky is green except you. You know that the sky is not blue and want to change people's thought, but unless you are a very brave people, most of us will choose the way of agreeing with other people, even though you know the truth. So sometimes, we don't know the which one is true and which one is not right because we don't really know. Afterall, if a person is telling lies, we could guess the person is telling the truth or not by using machines which can tell us the answer. But sometimes, even machines are not right. So I think that people can all be hypocrites in two ways. Some people follow the other people or just guess the answers because they don't really know. On the other hand, some people already know the truth, by they are just a bot afraid at the fact the other people won't follow or agree to their opinion, or because they have a preconceived. The people in this book may have already knew that the Smerdyakov was responsible for the murder, but didn't show it up because they had a preconceived, and because they were afraid. Of course, I don't mean to say that all of us, people are telling lies to each other everytime. But still, I think that what Ivan said is true. We are all hypocrites in some ways.
빛나는지 2013-11-17 23:16 

1. During the trial, in this situation, he is humiliated by the questioner. I think he wanted to say to the audience that he is a faithful servant of God, and is able to stand these humiliation because his master stands as witness.

2. Everyone makes mistakes, and everyone does something wrong sometimes. There isn't a person that always does everything right. But if we start calling everybody hypocrites because of that, first, people who did not do wrong things on purpose will be hurt, and second, there will just give bad influence to the people because after a while, they will see no difference in trying to do right things and being evil, if everyone will be called 'a hypocrite' anyway. Only people who is a strong 'hypocrite' that it makes other people feel very uncomfortable because of it must be called a 'hypocrite', so that he thinks his behaviors over to check if it might displease other people, and correct it.

Erin37 2013-11-17 20:11 

1. Grigory is questioned at the trial. The questioner makes fun of him. I am not sure what Grigory meant. But I think is was related to God. "I am not a free man" means he is a servant of god. The words that follows mean he follows God, I think.

2. Yes, we all learned right and wrong. We haven't done everything the right way. We've all done something wrong. And we are living on, not being punished. But if we call every person who has done wrong and living as if they are saints hypocrites, the world will not be a well-constructed place. The youngs are learning. They aren't responsible for many things. The wrongs that they have done does not make them hypocrites.


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