The Brothers Karamazov, Volume 1

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Hayes Barton Press, 1963 - Brothers - 822 pages
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"A story which was to have been Dostoevskii's masterpiece but only the first part of which was completed at his death. The brothers Karamazov are the three sons of an old drunkard and sensualist: Ivan, the materialist, Alyosia, the very human and lovable young mystic, and dissolute, impecunious Mitya, tried and convicted for murdering his father ..." Cleveland.

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User Review  - Mromano - LibraryThing

It may be the greatest book ever written, at least that I have read. I haven't read War and Peace or Les Miserables yet so I reserve judgment on the greatest book of all time. Freud considered it the ... Read full review

Excellent translation of Dostoevsky's masterpiece

User Review  - Joseph - Borders

In The Brothers Karamazov, Dostoevsky pulls all of the tricks out of the bag: murder, love affairs, and, of course, family drama. But on a deeper level, the perfection of TBK lies in the themes that ... Read full review

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