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slavic134,4-9-08 - Slavic Literature 134 The Idiot:...

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Slavic Literature 134 The Idiot: 04/09/2008 Myshkins introduction party, empassioned speech against Catholosism, so sure, unlike other situations, legend of the grand inquisitor, Kolya positive character in novel, positiveness isn’t undermined, boys important in Brothers, foreshadowing of brothers in Idiot. Varya Lebedevz, is a positive too. Yepachin Mrs. Is a complex positive character. Can novel stand another major positive character outside of Myshkin, though not 100% positive, narrative gets out of control second pat of part 4, can’t make sense of things, doesn’t know what happened, it is based off what the people are saying, main point is part of the woman question, they are interpreting his choice of Natashya is dedicated to saving the fallen woman. What is to be done saves the prostitute. Mans social politics were being questions to his response to fallen woman. Democrat save the fallen woman, myshkin and natasya. Yepanovavich, passion for question not natasya. Misunderstood Agalya. He wants to help even
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This note was uploaded on 10/29/2008 for the course SLAVIC 134 taught by Professor Matich during the Fall '08 term at Berkeley.

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