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❮Reading❯ ➼ Игрок ➵ Author Fyodor Dostoyevsky – Dequiensonlosmedios.co At length I returned from two weeks leave of absence to find that my patrons had arrived three days ago in Roulettenberg I received from them a welcome uite different to that which I had expected The At length I returned from two weeks leave of absence to find that my patrons had arrived three days ago in Roulettenberg I received from them a welcome uite different to that which I had expected The General eyed me coldly greeted me in rather haughty fashion and dismissed me to pay my respects to his sister It was clear that from SOMEWHERE mon.

Ey had been acuired I thought I could even detect a certain shamefacedness in the General's glance Maria Philipovna too seemed distraught and conversed with me with an air of detachment Nevertheless she took the money which I handed to her counted it and listened to what I had to tell To luncheon there were expected that day a Monsieur Mezentso.

Игрок kindle Игрок PDF/EPUBEy had been acuired I thought I could even detect a certain shamefacedness in the General's glance Maria Philipovna too seemed distraught and conversed with me with an air of detachment Nevertheless she took the money which I handed to her counted it and listened to what I had to tell To luncheon there were expected that day a Monsieur Mezentso.

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  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    MOBI Игрок PDF Ù Þ dequiensonlosmedios.co Þ Игрок kindle, Игрок PDF/EPUBIgrok Игрок The Gambler Le Joueur Fyodor DostoyevskyThe Gambler is a short novel by Fyodor Dostoyevsky about a young tutor in the e


  2. Florencia Florencia says:

    MOBI Игрок PDF Ù Þ dequiensonlosmedios.co Þ Игрок kindle, Игрок PDF/EPUB Can I possibly not understand myself that I’m a lost man? But—why can’t I resurrect? 141It is not just the extraordinary psychological depth of the characters nor the engaging story that masterfully manages the element of surprise This novella had a great impact on me for the simple reason that whenever I read certain passages I saw him His obsessions his fears his passion for a distant woman his despair Dostoyevsky was there trying to surviveAlexei Ivanovich is a 25 year old tutor that works for a Russian family The General's family that includes Polina the woman Alexei loves They are all living in a suite at some German hotel Besides them there is a bunch of other manipulative self destructing unstable characters Flawed yet colorful at times As with life People that were the inspiration for Dostoyevsky's most amusing remarks filled with fine irony and a tinge of sarca


  3. Lyn Lyn says:

    MOBI Игрок PDF Ù Þ dequiensonlosmedios.co Þ Игрок kindle, Игрок PDF/EPUBNot one of his greater works but one that reveals his adept ability at multi layered characterization The story behind the story is almost as interesting he had to write this on a tight schedule because of his own gambling debts Always an introspective narrator with subtle empathy for an imperfect hero Raskolnikov Dostoyevsky here was able to describe the feelings anxiety and drives of a gambling addict


  4. Stephen Stephen says:

    MOBI Игрок PDF Ù Þ dequiensonlosmedios.co Þ Игрок kindle, Игрок PDF/EPUB40 stars Fyodor Dostoevsky is a phenomenal writer and an icon of Russian literature In this story he has once again written a novel comprised of superb prose uniue characters and some very insightful comments about the human condition For that this novel deserves nothing less than 4 stars HOWEVER as a native of Las Vegas who has just


  5. Henry Avila Henry Avila says:

    MOBI Игрок PDF Ù Þ dequiensonlosmedios.co Þ Игрок kindle, Игрок PDF/EPUBGambling addiction the great writer Fyodor Dostoyevsky knew too well about this affliction he had to write this short novel very uickly in order to pay for the debts acuired as a result Our story begins in 1866 with passionate Alexei Ivanovich The Gambler an unhappy tutor to retired Russian General Sagorjanski's two young children the formerly rich soldier suandered it all to much high living and reckless spending no matter how wealthy a person is when the money flows out faster than it comes in the inevitable conseuences occur bankruptcy as Benjamin Franklin said it long ago A Fool and his money are soon parted The General receives loans from the mysterious Frenchman the Maruis des Grieux a sophisticated noble


  6. B0nnie B0nnie says:

    MOBI Игрок PDF Ù Þ dequiensonlosmedios.co Þ Игрок kindle, Игрок PDF/EPUBYou can be seized in an instant by the forces of addiction and obsession It happened to Dostoyevsky he became addicted to gambling after one impulsive stop at a roulette table and it took place while he already was in the grip of an obsession The object of his obsession the beautiful Apollinaria Suslova one of his students and 20 years his junior This femme fatale appears in various forms in many of Dostoyevsky's novels In The Gambler she is Polina Alexandrovna He's in there too as the narrator Alexis Ivanovitch The crazy intensity of his feelings were perhaps what enabled him to write this book in 26 days And also the fact that if he didn't have a book ready in that time he would have lost all the rights to all of his work He was in middle of writing


  7. Amalia Gavea Amalia Gavea says:

    MOBI Игрок PDF Ù Þ dequiensonlosmedios.co Þ Игрок kindle, Игрок PDF/EPUB “I wanted to fathom her secrets; I wanted her to come to me and say I love you and if not that if that was senseless insanity thenwell what was there to care about? Did I know what I wanted? I was like one demented all I wanted was to be near her in the halo of her glory in her radiance always for ever all my life I knew nothing ” ‘’At that point I ought to have gone away but a strange sensation rose up in me a sort of defiance of fate a desire to challenge it to put out my tongue at it I laid down the largest stake allowed – four thousand gulden – and lost it Then getting hot I pulled out all I had left staked it on the same number and lost again after which I walked away from the table as though I were stunned I could not even grasp what had happened to me’’ The greatest of the greats demonstrates in the most elouent bitter and acute manner the whirlwind that is created when Love and Gambling unite When the obsession of the heart and the obsession of


  8. Steven Godin Steven Godin says:

    MOBI Игрок PDF Ù Þ dequiensonlosmedios.co Þ Игрок kindle, Игрок PDF/EPUBI hope to someday tackle Dostoyevsky's doorstopper novels like Brothers Karamazov Demons but have generally stuck to his shorter work in the past things like Notes from Underground White Nights The Gambler continues this trend The fact it's called The Gambler and is set in a town called Roulettenberg means it doesn't take a genius to figure out the game at the centre of the novel A game I've never played because I have zero interest in gambling or casinosSo did this make the novel in anyway appear uninteresting to me? Simple answer no Because there is so much going on on a physiological level within the characters than s


  9. David Schaafsma David Schaafsma says:

    MOBI Игрок PDF Ù Þ dequiensonlosmedios.co Þ Игрок kindle, Игрок PDF/EPUBNot one of Dostoevsky’s greatest works The Gambler was written fast for cash as he had gambling debts so he knew what he was talking about in this one It is not the most developed of his works and I may be somewhat influenced by the stuffy translation and hearing it read via audiotape but there are moments in it that are still great My greatest attraction to it is the autobiographical aspect that Dostoevsky was drawn to gambling and brought to the brink of ruin again and again by it In that sense it is a psychological portrait of his own obsession and anxiety “But gamblers know how a man can sit for almost twenty f


  10. Piyangie Piyangie says:

    MOBI Игрок PDF Ù Þ dequiensonlosmedios.co Þ Игрок kindle, Игрок PDF/EPUBOn the second reading I'm forced to change my entire opinion on this book This was my introduction to Dostoevsky I didn't know at first what to expect Unfortunately I read that this is not one of the best works by him All must have influenced my perspective on the book But after falling in love with Dostoevsky I wanted to revisit the book to see if I had done justice to it On this revisit I realized that I have not done enough justice to the book It is an interesting story It talks about addiction obsession frustration anger arrogance the human vices that threatens the sanity and peace of the human mind The story's protagonist is Alexey Ivanovitch a tutor by profession and a gambling addict His addiction coupled with his obsession of Polina the stepdaughter of the Russian General in whose household he had employed himself as a tutor makes him an emotional slave which slowly leads to his ruination I enjoyed Dostoyevsky's psychological portrait of the mai


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