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But when she understands the struggles Nekhlyudov faced to get her punishment reduced, the property and the royal life that he renounced, she slowly finds a soft corner in her heart. Vicious men were trying to reform other vicious men and that too by using mechanical means. Reflecting on my reading experiences, no matter how great the author, if she or he sets out to make tolsoti point or send a message, the point overshadows the story. Katerina had good fortune though, her mother’s sister, that same relative, mentioned before, felt sorry for the child, didn’t help, she was so adorable and somehow survived.

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How can we ‘correct’ people, by confining them behind bars, by humiliating them? This novel because of its risque material, sold more books in his lifetime than his two great classics, War and Peace and Anna Karenina Prince Dmitri follows the young prostitute Katerina Maslova to Siberia. For the first time in his life the rose-tinted glasses have come off and he’s aware of the social changes that needed to be made, and he absolutely became a mouthpiece for Tolstoy’s personal opinions on how the incarcerated are treated.

We do not see the perversion in the views of life held by these people, only because the circle formed by them is more extensive, and we ourselves are moving inside of it. Much is said in this novel and it is as much a commentary about the Russian society of its time, as a study on the human nature. She realises how she was wronged. He tries to find out philosophically what was the reason for all this.

Alternatives are not discussed! That is to say, the writer’s presence ruins the story’s truth and verisimilitude, after which the reader views the story as a deception and the story teller as dishonest, at least for the remainder of the novel.


The end concludes with passages from the Gospel of Mathew. Cuando Tolstoi narra lo que sucede en las distintas prisiones encuentra dentro de ella presos de todas las clases, tanto hombres como mujeres: I hope to see it in my lifetime. The novel is basically a critique of both organized religion and the injustices of criminal law and justice. These preachings stand the times over.

Why call these methods ‘correctional’ at all? A bit of an idealist, that Nekhlyudov, but then it seems everyone goes through a phase like that in their life.

Invierea de Lev Tolstoi

The fifth one is that man should not hate his enemies but love them, help them and serve them. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Jul 29, Corinne rated it it was amazing Shelves: He’s guilty in the way he has lived and strives to make the world a better place by changing society however he can.

Later he admires his own remorse and feels self admiration. Yet we are always classifying mankind in this way.

Tolstoi arremete contra todo: She suffers a lot trying to live like any normal lady but everywhere she encounters persons beginning to beset her and making amorous advances to seduce her. How otherwise normal, kind human beings can commit horrible crimes against others, and how insensitive and cruel we can be when “following orders” and “doing our job”.

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In “Anna Karenina”, we wit The last major novel by Tolstoy. The psychological portrait of Dmitri is quite outstanding as we see him change from an empty, comfortable individual to a man of steely resolute and emotion. In exploring this inbierea, you get not only the wonderful social commentary Tolstoy is so known for, but also a synthesis of the moral philosophies that characterize his later work. The focus is on him for the most part as he struggles with the realization that there’s an entire other side to life than he has been aware of all these years, that things aren’t quite as rosy as they have been for him as an aristocrat.


Rather than reforming the legal and penal system, it should be done away with.


There he recognizes Katyusha Maslova brought for trial for killing Mr. Probably because Tolstoy could puke on a piece of paper, put a cover on it, and I would read it. The cycle begins again an illegitimate son born and dies, and Katerina forced out.

What more can a reader want? Tolstoy is equally known for his complicated and paradoxical persona and for his extreme moralistic and ascetic views, which he adopted after a moral crisis and spiritual awakening in the s, after which he also became noted as a moral thinker and social reformer.

To be more precise, the fight between materialistic and spiritual aspect of a human being is often the main topic of this novel.

There is the whole gamut of emotion, joy, devotion, pity, contempt, anger, forgiveness and love. Live to serve your neighbour. Criminals should be forgiven no matter what they did Todo esto es lo que experimenta Nejludov con una familia amiga de la alta nobleza, lo Kortchaguin mientras va barajando la posibilidad de desprenderse de ese mundo a punto tal de ofrecerle todas sus tierras a sus mujiks siervos, campesinos para que ellos las trabajen por su cuenta.

Sep 21, Pavel rated it it was amazing. Now, philosophical writing is not the easiest thing to balance with this kind of novel- and somehow the ending just didn’t cut it. Katerina Katusha Maslovavery prettya few years younger than the Prince has no family except an aunt, Matrona, that isn’t involved with her, Katerina’s mothera promiscuous woman gave birth to many children without the benefit of a marriage license.

But he was not successful. Katherine Igoe Dmitri Nikhloydov Even going to Siberia Published February 1st by Replica Books first published It seems he would write a novel pretty close to the one he wrote in