Nétotchka Nezvanova

Nétotchka Nezvanova

Fyodor Dostoyevsky / Feb 24, 2020

N totchka Nezvanova Netochka Nezvanova a Nameless Nobody tells the story of a childhood dominated by her stepfather Efimov a failed musician who believes he is a neglected genius The young girl is strangely drawn to th

  • Title: Nétotchka Nezvanova
  • Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  • ISBN: 9782862605210
  • Page: 485
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  • Netochka Nezvanova a Nameless Nobody tells the story of a childhood dominated by her stepfather, Efimov, a failed musician who believes he is a neglected genius The young girl is strangely drawn to this drunken ruin of a man, who exploits her drives the family to poverty But when she is rescued by an aristocratic family, the abuse against Netochka s delicate psNetochka Nezvanova a Nameless Nobody tells the story of a childhood dominated by her stepfather, Efimov, a failed musician who believes he is a neglected genius The young girl is strangely drawn to this drunken ruin of a man, who exploits her drives the family to poverty But when she is rescued by an aristocratic family, the abuse against Netochka s delicate psyche continues in a subtle way, condemning her to remain an outsider a solitary spectator of a glittering society Conceived as part of a novel on a grand scale, Netochka Nezvanova remained incomplete after Dostoyevsky was exiled to Siberia for revolutionary activities in 1849 With its depiction of the suffering, loneliness, madness sin that affect both rich poor in St Petersburg, it contains the great themes that were to dominate his later novels.

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      • Fyodor Dostoyevsky

        Fyodor Mikhaylovich Dostoyevsky Russian , sometimes transliterated Dostoevsky, was a Russian novelist, journalist, and short story writer whose psychological penetration into the human soul had a profound influence on the 20th century novel.Dostoyevsky was the second son of a former army doctor He was educated at home and at a private school Shortly after the death of his mother in 1837 he was sent to St Petersburg, where he entered the Army Engineering College Dostoyevsky s father died in 1839, most likely of apoplexy, but it was rud that he was murdered by his own serfs Dostoyevsky graduated as a military engineer, but resigned in 1844 to devote himself to writing His first novel, Poor Folk appeared in 1846.That year he joined a group of utopian socialists He was arrested in 1849 and sentenced to death, commuted to imprisonment in Siberia Dostoyevsky spent four years in hard labor and four years as a soldier in Semipalatinsk, a city in what it is today Kazakhstan.Dostoyevsky returned to St Petersburg in 1854 as a writer with a religious mission and published three works that derive in different ways from his Siberia experiences The House of the Dead, 1860 a fictional account of prison life, The Insulted and Injured, which reflects the author s refutation of naive Utopianism in the face of evil, and Winter Notes on Summer Impressions, his account of a trip to Western Europe.In 1857 Dostoyevsky married Maria Isaev, a 29 year old widow He resigned from the army two years later Between the years 1861 and 1863 he served as editor of the monthly periodical Time, which was later suppressed because of an article on the Polish uprising.In 1864 65 his wife and brother died and he was burdened with debts His situation was made even worse by his gambling addiction From the turmoil of the 1860s emerged Notes from the Underground, a psychological study of an outsider, which marked a major advancement in Dostoyevsky s artistic development.In 1867 Dostoyevsky married Anna Snitkin, his 22 year old stenographer They traveled abroad and returned in 1871 By the time of The Brothers Karamazov 1879 80 , Dostoyevsky was recognized in his own country as one of its great writers.


    1. نوع جديد من البؤس يصنعه دوستويفسكي في هذه الرواية، بؤس الأعماق البشرية، بؤس الصدمة، بؤس اللحظات المُرة ، بؤس التقلبات الإنسانية المتوحشة، بؤس الشقاء الذاتي, بؤس السعادة الضائعة, بؤس العدم , وبؤس الوجود المحتضر نيتوتشكا حالة إنسانية شقية كما ينبغي لكلمة الشقاء أن تكون, رقيقي [...]

    2. Netochka Nezvanova, Fyodor Dostoyevsky تاریخ نخستین خوانش: بیست و هفتم ماه جولای شال 1976 میلادیعنوان: نیه توچکا؛ نویسنده: فئودور داستایفسکی؛ مترجم: محمد قاضی؛ تهران، شرکت سهامی کتابهای جیبی، چاپ چهارم 1338، در 285 ص، چاپ بعدی 1343 در 293 ص؛ چاپ دیگر: تهران، نیلوفر، 1384؛ در 274 ص؛ شابک: 9644482646؛ موضوع: داستان [...]

    3. لماذا لم تُكمل هذه الرواية يا فيسكي العزيز؟! آهٍ لو اكتملت، لكانت من أعظم ما كتبت بالتأكيد! وبالرغم من وجودها على حالتها الحالية فهي رائعة أيضًا.كان اعتقال دوستويفسكي هو السبب في انقطاعه عن تكملة هذه الرواية، وبعد خروجه لم يُكمل كتابة الأعمال التي انقطع عنها. كان مُقدرًا لهذ [...]

    4. And with one kissYou inspired a fire of devotionThat lasted for twenty yearsWhat kind of man loves like this? Η Νιέτοσκα Νεζβάνοβα αποτελεί έργο ημιτελές του Ντοστογιέφσκι καθώς διακόπτεται από την εξορία του σε κάτεργο της Σιβηρίας (για την οποία έχει γράψει στο μυθιστόρημα του Αναμνήσεις από το σπίτι των πεθαμένων, εξί [...]

    5. This was a strange little book. The story was very chopped up and quite bizarre for the time period. Some parts actually made my skin crawl. After doing some research I found out that Dostoyevsky started writing this book before his arrest and when he was released he never resumed work on this book. It shows. Not his best work, at all.

    6. The most popular words in this book are: pale, blush and despair. I even performed some statistics on my kindle, the word "pale" appears 35 times, "blush" - 26 times and "despair" - 24 times while the word "girl" appears only 23 times (and it's a book about a girl who meets another girl at one point). Basically, what people do in this story is constant blushing and turning pale in turns. In the beginning the book was really promising, there was a great character of Netochka's stepfather, whose c [...]

    7. Linda Perhacs: An Anecdote in Sequence. 1) My father bought me the one album in existence by folk singer Linda Perhacs, Parallelograms, in 2004. 2) As a kid I was a whizz speller, but ‘parallel’ was one of those blind spot words, along with ‘bureau’ and ‘diarrhoea,’ so my father thought it would be witty to get me this album. 3) I call my father ‘dad’ in real life, but prefer the more formal ‘father’ for public usage. 4) My father, unknowingly, had bought one of the most deli [...]

    8. Hafta içi sunumum olması demek günde on beş - yirmi sayfadan fazla kitap okuyamam anlamına geliyor ne yazık ki. Bu hafta da maalesef böyle oldu, bu sebeple de aslında çok daha çabuk bitirebileceğim bir kitabı ancak bitirebiliyorum. Lafı fazla uzattım, kitaba geleyim ben en iyisi. 11 Kasım bilindiği üzere Dostoyevski'nin doğum günü. Ben de günün anlam ve önemine uygun olması bakımından bir Dostoyevski kitabı okumak istedim. Netoçka Nezvanova da evde bulunan ve okunmam [...]

    9. There was a time when I would have never dared to criticize Dostoyevsky. But that was a long time ago; nothing is sacred to me anymore. Dostoyevsky started off strong talking about genius, tormented artists and how talent needs hard work otherwise it will only lead you to ruin. This part that dealt with Netochka’s stepfather was really good but then he died and we were left with Netochka.From then on, all the characters concentrate mostly on blushing, going pale, fainting, swooning, and taking [...]

    10. Bir öykü ve üç farklı evrilme süreci. Netoçka, Dosto külliyatında yarım kalmışlığıyla ön plana çıkıyor fakat benim için daha önemli olan Dostoyevski'nin bu romanıyla değişik fikirler denemiş olmasıdır. Sanatsal bakış açısının temel alındığı, klasik üslubun terkedildiği ve sürekli evrilen garip bir öykü.Keşke dosto tutuklanmasıymış da öykünün sonunu görebilseymişiz. Gerçekten yarımcana kalıyorsunuz ortada. Dostoyevski şaşırtmaya devam ediyo [...]

    11. Саћу да вам испричам фасцинантну причу о томе како сам узео ову књигу у библиотеци, има да вас изује из ципела. Значи сурфујем ја по полицама библиотеке и набасам на ову књигу и двоумим се дал да је узмем или не, пошто ми је на прелиставање дјеловала некако шта ја знам, препат [...]

    12. Early work, interrupted by prison in Siberia.Child’s-eye-view is hard to do well, and now I read this again, I wonder why D. decided to write as a young girl, which he never did later on (unless there is a story I haven’t read). He likes to write children later on, but these are boys – although they always have sisters. He writes women who stand for me with George Eliot’s Dorothea and Turgenev’s several women mains, as actual 19th-century-written women who were real and significant to [...]

    13. Netochka Nezvanova is Dostoyevsky's first, though unfinished, attempt at writing a novel. He was, sadly, exiled to Siberia while working on the book, thus leaving it incomplete even after his return.This so called prologue to the actual novel was quite disappointing. It started off strong, Efimov's story and character were intriguing and interesting, whilst the descriptions of Netochka's psychology as a kid, and ultimately as an adolescent, were in accordance with the naturalistic model of the e [...]

    14. "لكم يستطيع الإنسان أن يكون خبيثا ، يا نيتوتشكا"ستستحوذ هذه الصغيرة على عقلك وتفكيرك بشكل لا يمكنك تخيله والأكثر إيلاما هو النهاية غير المكتملة ماذا بعد يا نيتوتشكا !!؟

    15. soluk soluğa okunacak enfes bir roman olacakmış. ne yazık ki dostoyevski surgune gonderilince yarım kalmış. keşke bitirmeye fırsatı olsaymis tadı damağımda kaldı aaah ah

    16. um livro potencialmente excelente que não se cumpre! começa muito bem mas perde fulgor e arrasta-se, muito derivado da sua excessiva carga melodramática.

    17. You will forgive me. Oh, forgive me random internet person who wanted to read my review of Netochka Nezvanova! You see, I've read this too long ago and find myself unable to write anything that might remotely resemble a decent review. Instead, we will play something I like to call 'I remember!'. Are you ready? I know I am. Uno Dos Tres Here we go! I remember this book had a: Russian Girl, Drunken Father, Adopted Russian Girl, Discovered Library and Inconclusive Sudden Ending. What? Who won? No! [...]

    18. هم اینکه فکر می کنم داستایوفسکی عجب روانکار ماهریه. این دومین کتابیه که ازش خوندم و بیشتر از قبلی احساسات و شخصیت ها رو موشکافی کرده بود. و چقدر هم دقیق ، خیلی از حالات و رفتارهای شخصیت ها برام بسیار آشنا بود و تو آشناها دیده بودمهم اینکه این اثر کامل نشده س ، که خیلی مایوس کننده [...]

    19. بخش اول کتاب سرگذشت درام 'یفیموف' است. آدم خیالبافی که تشنه ی نام و افتخار است و در انتظار معجزه ای برای تحقق آرزوهایش. این بخش کتاب جذاب است بخش دوم کتاب سرگذشت دختر خوانده ی یفیموف 'نیه توچکا' است. انتظار من با توجه به اسم کتاب این بود که این بخش باید جذابتر باشد که اینطور نبود. د [...]

    20. نيتوتشكا تلك الفتاة التي حملت كل مشاعر الإنسانية طفلة عاشت في غرفة قذرة كانت مصنع أحلامها و آمالها ، بين أم حالمة و زوج أم يدعي أنه موهوبفي جو أسري متكهرب و بين أبوين متنافرين ، كان من الطبيعي لنيتوتشكا أن تنجذب إلى أحدهما ، فاختارت زوج الأم الذي طالما حسبته والدها. فضلت ذلك ا [...]

    21. As in Fitzgerald's The Love of The Last Tycoon, it can be heart-rending to read an unfinished book. I feel satisfied though, as Netotchka concludes, however abruptly, at a reasonable stage in the main character's growth. Dostoevsky had plans to write a large novel with Netotchka's childhood and adolescence detailed here. Most critics pay little attention to this work, but I find it incredibly well-developed and original. This his first epic-style novel shows D's maturity and signature psychologi [...]

    22. I haven't read any previous work by Dostoyevsky and I generally read crime thrillers so this is very much an outsiders view of Netochka Nezvanova. The book is well written + full of deep subtleties and sorrow. I was apprehensive about reading this book at first due to the fact it was never completed but I'm very glad I did. It was quite a peaceful, easy read for me, the writing is consistent and gently guides you through Annetta's miserable life. This book made me quite sad at points, although t [...]

    23. Bello, davvero molto bello e davvero troppo corto (ovviamente sapevo che si tratta di una storia incompiuta, ma ugualmente). Qui si può intravedere il Dostoevskij dei grandi romanzi, chissà che avventure avrebbe regalato alla povera orfana Netočka se non fosse stato interrotto dalla deportazione in Siberia. Come molti altri poi sono rimasta perplessa dalla fisicità dei rapporti tra le ragazze del romanzo. Davvero peccato non poter sapere come si sarebbero sviluppati questi legami.

    24. Fiind inspiraţia unei programatoare de software care şi-a pus numele după operă, Netoşca Nezvanova (nameless nobody) este şi romanul de debut al lui Feodor Dostoievski, care avea la acea vreme 28 de ani. Romanul nu este terminat din cauza arestării sale din 1849, care a dus mai apoi la condamnarea sa la moarte - una din care a scăpat în ultimul minut, modificându-i-se verdictul în condamnare la muncă silnică în Siberia. Cartea începe brutal, aidoma "Străinului" lui Albert Camus ( [...]

    25. At the very moment I reached the very last page there seemed to be a gridlock, I grasped jaw literally fell to the groundIt is never my habit, when reading a new book, to turn immediately at the very last page to read the ending, nor for a classic such as this, to read introductory articles about it, to have an over view. In fact, when there is an introduction, I skip and just proceed to read the novel proper. You cant imagine my surprise when I realize FOR THE FIRST TIME that the work is unfini [...]

    26. Una novela cruda y espectacular! Al parecer solo para fanaticos de Dostoievski, ya que esta no pudo ser terminada a tiempo, tras su encarcelamiento en Siberia.Las 3 partes fácilmente diferenciadas en la vida de Netochka, hacen de referencia biográfica, de lo que quizás perturbaba la mente de un Dostoievski angustiado por las críticas de Belinski de sus primeras obras (El cual alaba Pobres Gentes sólo por motivo de ser una crítica social -Belinski tenía enraizada la idea de la utilidad pol [...]

    27. ثلاث قصص راويها واحد تتقاطع في نقاط وتنفصل في أخري، ثلاث قصص بثلاثة مراحل انتقالية في حياة طفلتنا اليتيمة المعذبة "نيتوتشكا"، قليلةٌ هي الروايات التي تفصلني عن العالم كلياً حتي أكاد لا أسمع نداءات أمي ولا صراخ أولاد أخي. في هذه القصص غرقت مع نيتوتشكا في أحزانها ومآسيها أتنقل [...]

    28. Angoscia e tristezza.Angoscia perché Dostoevskji riesce ancora una volta a creare un personaggio disagiato, intrappolato in una esistenza misera e sofferta, quasi incapace di ribellarsi veramente alla crudezza del proprio misero destino.Tristezza poiché essendo incompiuto, le vicende di Netočka Nezvanova rimarranno in un eterno ed oscuro limbo.

    29. The opening 60 pages of this unfinished novel are incredible, but this novel loses its power as it progresses. I'm curious as to where Dostoevsky was going with this novel, but hey, at least we got a female protagonist out of it!

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