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In Fyodor Dostoevsky's 'A Raw Youth,' the reader is taken on a tumultuous journey through the lives of disillusioned Russian youth grappling with their place in a rapidly changing society. Dostoevsky's signature psychological depth and philosophical musings are on full display as he explores themes of morality, idealism, and the pursuit of meaning. The novel is characterized by its complex narrative structure and richly drawn characters, making it a captivating and thought-provoking read that delves into the complexities of the human experience within the societal context of 19th-century Russia. The prose is dense and layered, requiring the reader to engage deeply with the text in order to fully grasp its profound insights and observations. Overall, 'A Raw Youth' stands as a testament to Dostoevsky's enduring legacy as a master storyteller and keen observer of the human condition. Fans of Russian literature and philosophical fiction will find much to appreciate in this powerful and challenging work.


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Fyodor Dostoevsky
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A Raw Youth
Biografía del Autor
<p>Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky (1821?1881) stands among the most profound and influential novelists in Russian literature. His literary works explore human psychology within the troubled political, social, and spiritual atmospheres of 19th-century Russia. Dostoevsky\'s oeuvre consists of 11 novels, three novellas, 17 short stories, and numerous other works. \'A Raw Youth\' (also known as \'The Adolescent\' or \'An Accidental Family\'), written in 1875, continues his deep exploration of the human psyche, focusing on the turbulent life and development of its adolescent protagonist, Arkady Dolgoruky. Like many of Dostoevsky\'s novels, \'A Raw Youth\' examines themes of existentialism, the nihilistic age, and the clash between generations. Dostoevsky\'s literary style is characterized by its idiosyncratic use of dialogue, an engagement with philosophical and ethical dilemmas, and profound psychological insight into his characters. Fyodor\'s most eminent works, such as \'Crime and Punishment\', \'The Idiot\', \'Demons\', and \'The Brothers Karamazov\', not only reflect his encyclopedic understanding of human nature but also underscore his contributions to existentialism and psychoanalysis. His novels are often cited for their preternatural ability to encapsulate the human experience, with a narrative appeal that transcends cultural and temporal boundaries.</p>
ISBN: 8596547165941
Referencia: BW1037875869

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