highly in Madame Stahl had a name Not as genuine if it is copied Kitty to

Highly in madame stahl had a name not as genuine if

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highly in Madame Stahl had a name”Not as genuine if it is copiedKitty to Varenka: “It was all false, I am a fake- I did it to seem better to people, to myself, to God; to deceive everyone- I’ll be bad, but anyways not a fake, a cheat”Sviazhsky has inauthentic views- has contradicting views so that he can say whatever makes people happyLevin compares Sviazhsky’s blind belief in how schools will help to how the mother blindly believes the sorceress will help her sick childAnna about Vronsky’s hospital- “well, this is certainly a monument he will leave behind him”“After hesitating for some time about which style of painting to select- religious historical, realistic, or genre painting- he began painting. He had no conception ofthe possibility of knowing nothing at all of any school of painting, and of being inspired directly by what is within the soul, without caring whether what is paintedwill belong to any recognized school”Vronsky picks a school of art to paint, in not first inspired by real lifeAuthenticLevin to Stiva when they are having dinner- “But perhaps you are right. Very likely…I don’t know, I don’t know”Sign of Levin’s honesty to really consider Stiva’s wordsLevin’s active search for truthBacked a reform, saw it didn’t work, changed his mindPrince Sherbasky (Kitty’s father) talking about Madame Stahl: “It’s better when one does good in such a manner that no one knows of it”
Bible reference: Jesus- do not do your charity in front of everyone- “When you give alms, give it in secret, so that even your right hand does not know what your left hand is doing”Small deeds “Art begins where that tiny bit begins”Correction of student’s sketchOnions“We have given an onion” -Father ZossimaLack of big miracle after Father Zossima’s deathCana of GalileeJesus turns water into wine- Alyosha’s dream is of a small miracleGold in sand Narrator about Dolly and her children: “The children themselves were even now repaying her in small joys for her sufferings. Those joys were sosmall that they passed unnoticed, like gold in sand, and at bad moments she could see nothing but the pain, nothing but sand; but there were good moments too when she saw nothing but the joy, nothing but the gold”¨Importance of the ordinary¨Relates to “all happy families are alike” first sentence of book- this passage is easily forgotten, but it is a sign of true happiness¨Relates to how reader forgets the ordinary man at the train station that appears in Anna’s dream¨Kitty wants to spend money not on grand honeymoon, but on making the ordinary moments goodLevin coming to final understanding “ A material miracle would have persuaded me. And here is a miracle, the sole miracle possible, continually existing, surrounding me on all sides, and I never noticed it!”

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