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"Brat'ya Karamazovy" - posledniy roman Dostoevskogo, kotoryy avtor pisal dva goda. Roman zadumyvalsya kak pervaya chast' ehpicheskogo proizvedeniya "Istoriya Velikogo greshnika". Proizvedenie bylo okoncheno v noyabre 1880 goda.

Roman "Brat'ya Karamazovy" vklyuchaet v sebya slozhnuyu, otlichno vystroennuyu i psihologicheski vyverennuyu detektivnuyu istoriyu, pri ehtom v kanve detektivnogo syuzheta obyknovennoe (na pervyy vzglyad) ugolovnoe proisshestvie ne tol'ko spletaetsya s istoriey lyubovnogo sopernichestva, no i vstraivaetsya v obshchuyu kartinu sovremennogo Dostoevskomu obshchestva.

Syuzhet slozhen i vetvitsya: ot osnovnogo syuzheta otdelyayutsya pobochnye linii. Ugolovnoe prestuplenie, o kotorom idyot rech' - ubiystvo Fyodora Pavlovicha Karamazova, cheloveka pozhilogo i ves'ma sostoyatel'nogo, ego povarom Smerdyakovym, kotoryy prihodilsya emu nezakonnym synom.

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By Darya on 07-08-16

Brilliant!!

Блестящий, шедевральный роман, трудно оторваться, слушалось на одном дыхании; блестящее
исполнение! Мои Аплодисменты великолепному актеру!

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By Ado on 06-17-16

Horrible narration

Not commenting on the classic, it is obviously an excellent read. However, the narrator is horrible. The intonations are unnatural. You would think someone, who is reading the 19th century book with French phrases, words, and names would make an effort to learn how to pronounce them properly in French, but the narrator did not take time to do this.It would be perfect if not for an awful narration.

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