Grigory Vassilyevitch The old Karamazov servant who takes care of the children and who adopts Smerdy

Grigory Vassilyevitch The old Karamazov servant who takes care of the children and who adopts Smerdy

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Grigory Vassilyevitch  The old Karamazov servant who takes care of the children and who adopts  Smerdyakov. Maximov  An old, destitute landowner who lives off the generosity of others, especially Grushenka, in  the closing chapters of the novel. Miusov (Pyotr Alexandrovitch Miusov)  A cousin of Karamazov's first wife, who was instrumental in  having Dmitri taken away from Fyodor. Mussyalovitch  Grushenka's ex-lover, whose return precipitated Dmitri's strange behavior on the  night of the murder. Father Paissy  The learned theologian and devoted friend of Father Zossima who tries to console  Alyosha. Pyotr Ilyitch Perhotin  The young civil servant from whom Dmitri borrows money on the night of the  murder.
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Unformatted text preview: Mihail Ospovitch Rakitin A young seminarian who professes to have very liberal and advanced ideas and who betrays his friendship with Alyosha. Sanmonov (Kuzma Samsonov) A wealthy landowner who befriends Grushenka. Captain Snegiryov Ilusha's father, who is destitute and broken by misfortunes. He is attacked by Dmitri one night because he earned money from Fyodor. Varvinsky A district doctor who testifies as to Dmitri's mental condition. Vrublevsky Mussyalovitch's companion on the night of the orgy in Mokroe. Father Zossima The revered elder at the monastery and the spiritual guardian for Alyosha, whose teachings become central to all the ideas in the novel....
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