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~BOOK ♿ A Little Hero ♌ At that time I was nearly eleven, I had been sent in July to spend the holiday in a village near Moscow with a relation of mine called T whose house was full of guests, fifty, or perhaps I don t remember, I didn t count The house was full of noise and gaiety It seemed as though it were a continual holiday, which would never end It seemed as though our host had taken a vow to squander all his vast fortune as rapidly as possible, and he did indeed succeed, not long ago, in justifying this surmise, that is, in making a clean sweep of it all to the last stick Um pequeno e maravilhoso texto de Dostoievksi, que recomendo.Clique aqui para ver video de opini o no YoutubeouAqui para ler o blog post no LinkedBooks tamb m inclui a opini o em video Um pequeno e maravilhoso texto de Dostoievksi, que recomendo.Clique aqui para ver video de opini o no YoutubeouAqui para ler o blog post no LinkedBooks tamb m inclui a opini o em video I have come to conclusion, even though I already had a sneaking suspicion, that I really do enjoy Fyodor Dostoyevsky s writing, very much So much so that I might, might try reading The Brothers Karamazov sooner than later I have come to conclusion, even though I already had a sneaking suspicion, that I really do enjoy Fyodor Dostoyevsky s writing, very much So much so that I might, might try reading The Brothers Karamazov sooner than later When I found myself in the fortress I thought that this would be the end of me, I thought that I wouldn t hold out for three days And then I suddenly found calm And what was I doing I was writing A Little Hero Read it can you see any bitterness in it, any torment I had peaceful, lovely, good dreams Dostoyevsky to Vladimir Soloviev The world through the eyes of a child This short story immediately reminded me of Songs of Innocence and of Experience The same situation with two differ When I found myself in the fortress I thought that this would be the end of me, I thought that I wouldn t hold out for three days And then I suddenly found calm And what was I doing I was writing A Little Hero Read it can you see any bitterness in it, any torment I had peaceful, lovely, good dreams Dostoyevsky to Vladimir Soloviev The world through the eyes of a child This short story immediately reminded me of Songs of Innocence and of Experience The same situation with two different versions, according to the age of the viewer It seems so obvious And yetThe story begins with an 11 year old at a party in a relative s house Something that made quite an impression on him The city, the people, the bustle, the music Everything new and exciting And many other things the innocent eye of a child cannot see, until he is taught how to do it himself.Of course backbiting and slander ran their course, as without them the world could not get on, and millions of persons would perish of boredom, like flies But as I was at that time eleven I was absorbed by very different interests, and either failed to observe these people, or if I noticed anything, did not see it all It was only afterwards that some things came back to my mind My childish eyes could only see the brilliant side of the picture 4 Being a kid is hard I know, I remember But being an adult is ten timesdifficult We see plenty We know a lot and yet, we repeat mistakes We tend to fight over petty things, we cannot forgive as easy as a child We cannot always see just the brilliant side of the picture, otherwise, the picture would eat us alive People often confuse love with obsession and power with a goal in life Sure, there is always something new to see, we did not lose that The most fortunate people can even contemplate the rain as it falls, just like they did when they first saw it However, if there is a person who has seen it all, who hasn t seen anything new in years well, I would feel quite sad no one deserves such tragedy.All in all, who does not miss seeing the world through childish eyes If we could turn those eyes on and off when we please, would you Dostoyevsky s prose is as fascinating as ever His vivid and exquisite descriptions of people and places are simply impressive The protagonist went through various situations and I felt his sorrow, I heard his noisy environment, I saw his bewilderment while his beautiful admirer tortured him, I saw little, daily heroes with those kind of hearts that grieve as much as they love Dostoyevsky s words were created with such sweetness that conveys the spirit of the child with perfection And that is something you should pay attention to This short story was written while the author was in confinement in the Peter and Paul Fortress, as the most dangerous convict he apparently was From the darkest place can emerge the most luminous story What a remarkable spirit A Little Hero was the last story Dostoyevsky wrote before the Siberian exile.March 13, 15 Also on my blog Na pris o onde passou oito meses condenado pena capital, a qual, diante do polet o de fuzilamento, comutada para trabalhos for ados na Sib ria Dostoyevsky escreveu a hist ria de um menino com onze anos a penar as ang stias do primeiro amor Durante os dias que passa em casa de um parente que havia jurado dissipar, quanto antes, a sua colossal fortuna com festas que nunca mais acabavam e dezenas de convidados num ambiente revelador da futilidade da alta sociedade, o narrador apaixona Na pris o onde passou oito meses condenado pena capital, a qual, diante do polet o de fuzilamento, comutada para trabalhos for ados na Sib ria Dostoyevsky escreveu a hist ria de um menino com onze anos a penar as ang stias do primeiro amor Durante os dias que passa em casa de um parente que havia jurado dissipar, quanto antes, a sua colossal fortuna com festas que nunca mais acabavam e dezenas de convidados num ambiente revelador da futilidade da alta sociedade, o narrador apaixona se por uma mulher mais velha, casada com um her i cuja descri o psicol gica, em quatro p ginas, fazem deste livro algo mais do que uma hist ria doce e insossa sobre a perda da inf ncia, desvelando a amargura e revolta de um homem privado da liberdade e crendo tamb m, em breve, da vida consideravam no um homem de talento Assim chamam ao tipo especial de homens, engordados custa de outros, que nada fazem nem querem fazer e que, pela sua eterna vadiagem, trazem no peito, em vez de cora o, um peda o de toucinho A vida que esses cavalheiros levam a causa de que todas as suas faculdades se reduzam ironia barata, cr tica m ope e afirma o de uma presun o desmedida N o t m outra coisa a fazer sen o p r a descoberto os erros e as faltas do pr ximo Est o convencidos de que todos lhes devem prestar vassalagem e olham o mundo como se fosse uma despensa T m se por senhores do mundo, e, personagens t o espertos quanto importantes, parecem estar persuadidos de que esta s bia ordem de coisas lhes pertence Na sua vaidade incomensur vel, jamais reconhecem qualquer falta pr pria, antes se declaram, em todas as ocasi es e sentidos, infal veis Um conto leve e curto Cheio de surpresas, descobertas e emo es de uma adolesc ncia que se revela plena das t picas contradi es da idade Quase demasiado feliz e luminoso tendo em conta que foi escrito na pris o. uma hist ria curta e leve que aborda as quest es da pr adolesc ncia o ganho de alguma maturidade, o abandono da inf ncia pura e a simult nea descoberta da exist ncia da vida sexual, o come ar a compreender o mundo dos adultos e os seus problemas Mas, sobretudo, um livro muito feliz e bem humorado, n o h as desgra as e os dramas caracter sticos das obras do Dostoi vski que tinha lido at ent o Parece um livro que nem foi escrito por ele, e talvez seja por isso que n o me tenha prendido a uma hist ria curta e leve que aborda as quest es da pr adolesc ncia o ganho de alguma maturidade, o abandono da inf ncia pura e a simult nea descoberta da exist ncia da vida sexual, o come ar a compreender o mundo dos adultos e os seus problemas Mas, sobretudo, um livro muito feliz e bem humorado, n o h as desgra as e os dramas caracter sticos das obras do Dostoi vski que tinha lido at ent o Parece um livro que nem foi escrito por ele, e talvez seja por isso que n o me tenha prendido a aten o Gostei da leitura, mas n o me disse especialmente alguma coisa de notar que o autor escreveu este livro quando estava preso e, se primeira vista os temas mais felizes e leves n o jogam com a vida pessoal, penso que ele o tenha escrito de forma a sair, nem que fosse mental e espiritualmente, do mundo de sofrimento e reclus o em que vivia Estou ansiosa para chegar aos livros mais conhecidos do autor e poder comparar com estas obras iniciais Este projecto de ler os seus livros em ordem cronol gica est a ser muito interessante dost esselindo I Like Fodor Dostoyevsky Literature This Book Is An Interesting Narration Into Human Characteristics All His Books Delve Deeply Into The Human Psyche They Portray Nuances Of The Difficult Life That He Lived In Reality In all Facets Worth Reading.