Fyodor Pavlovitch Karamazov The father

Fyodor Pavlovitch Karamazov The father - Sofya Karamazov's...

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Fyodor Pavlovitch Karamazov  The father, who is a cynical, immoral, and depraved sensualist  dedicated only to the fulfillment of his carnal desires. Dmitri (Mitya)  His oldest son, who develops an intense hatred for his father and who is convicted of  murdering him. Ivan  The second son, who develops into the extreme intellectual and who questions all values of life. Alyosha (Alexey)  The youngest son, who is deeply religious and who functions as the central figure  in the novel. Smerdyakov (Pavel Fyodorovitch Smerdyakov)  Old Karamazov's illegitimate son, whose last  name was assigned to him by Fyodor and whose first names were merely adopted. He grows up in  the Karamazov house as a servant. Adelaida  Karamazov's first wife and the mother of Dmitri.
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Unformatted text preview: Sofya Karamazov's second wife and the mother of Ivan and Alyosha. Other Characters Andrey The driver who takes Dmitri to his meeting with Grushenka in Mokroe. Trifon Borissovitch The innkeeper at Mokroe who testifies that Dmitri spent all of the 3,000 rubles during his orgy. Fenya Grushenka's maid, who lies to Dmitri about Grushenka's whereabouts. Father Ferapont The acetic and deranged monk who is a bitter opponent to Father Zossima. Fetyukovitch The brilliant defense attorney brought in from Moscow to defend Dmitri. Gorstkin (Also Known As Lyagavy) The merchant who is interested in buying some property belonging to Karamazov....
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