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The absurdity of human behavior

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I finished reading the third volume 3 of the Japanese translated version of “The Brothers Karamazov”
It has 5 volumes in all. Right now, I’m in the middle of the heavy story. I realized my mistake when I thought I will easily finish reading this long story. Actually, I enjoyed reading it until the second volume. However, the third one is about the story of crazy love, and I find it difficult to feel sympathy for the protagonist.

One of the main characters, Dimitri(Mitya), the eldest son of Fyodor Karamazov, is infatuated with Agrafena (Grushenka). However, Fyodor is also in with love her. Grushenka is a young charming lady who had just suffered heartache. She was jilted by a Polish officer 5 years earlier, but she is still in love with him. The father and son were jealous of each other, in spite of Grushenka not feeling any love for both Karamazovs.
In addition, Mitya felt that Fyodor had ②impinged on the inheritance he was about to get. He has an explosive temper, to the point where he sometimes cries out in public of his desire to kill his father. Many people predicted the predicament of the Karamazov family was ③an accident waiting to happen.

Just as expected, somebody killed Fyodor, and his fortune was stolen. Everybody thought Mitya would be ①implicated in the scandal of killing his father. I don’t want to spoil it if you haven’t read the story yet. As a matter of fact, I was upset when I knew who is the murderer. I didn’t want to, but when I read another related book, it pointed out the murderer. That really disappointed me.

Anyway, the Russian author Dostoyevsky drawing the absurdity of human behavior impressively realistic. Reading this story is absolutely worth it. I will never stop until I’ve read the epilogue, even if I have to spend a lot of time.


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Title: absurdity human behavior

I finished reading volume 3 of “the brothers of Karamazov” Japanese translated version.
It’s 5 volumes of all. I’m in the middle to the heavy story. I realized my mistake which I had thought I will be able to easily to finish reading this long story. Actually, I could enjoy reading until the volume 2. However, the third one is the story of crazy love, it difficult felt sympathize to the protagonist to me.

One of the main character, Dimitri(Mitya) who is the eldest son of Karamazov was fascinated Agrafena (Grushenka). His father Fyodor Karamazov also loved her. Grushenka was a young charm lady who had lost love. She was jilted by a Polish officer 5 years ago, but she still loved him. The father and son had jealous each other, in spite of Grushenka didn’t love both Karamazov.
In addition, Mitya thought father Fyodor had ②impinged on the heritage that he has to get. He was an explosive temper, sometimes yelled want to kill his father in public place. Many people had predicted the misfortune incident of Karamazov family was ③an accident waiting to happen.

Just as expected, somebody killed Fyodor, his big money was stolen.Everybody thought Mitya ①implicated in the scandal of killing his father. I don’t want to spoil it if you didn’t read the story yet. As a matter of fact, I had upset when I perceived who is the murderer. I didn’t want to perceive the fact, but when I read the other related book, it pointed the murderer. That too disappointed me…

Anyway, The Russian author Dostoyevsky drawing an absurdity human behavior impressively realistic. Reading this story is absolutely worthy. I never stop until reading to epilogue even if I have to spend a lot of time.

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words to practice: ①implicate, ②impinge
expression: ③accident waiting to happen
The term ‘accident waiting to happen’ refers to a potentially disastrous situation, often caused by negligence or insufficient precaution.
“According to those who lived nearby, the explosion in the warehouse where the gas cylinders were stocked was an accident waiting to happen.”

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