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    I have been frequenting an open air restaurant for 7 years now Hiding on the roof of a rickety building, in one of the small tributaries of the Jaipur s busiest road, it is aptly named Cocoon The place is shady, unknown, and visited only by international tourists living in its cheap guest house.Nothing unusual seemed to happen at that place and nothing unusual did happen the last time I visited it I drank two cups of hot lemon tea, I followed short arcs sketched by listless eagles in the even I have been frequenting an open air restaurant for 7 years now Hiding on the roof of a rickety building, in one of the small tributaries of the Jaipur s busiest road, it is aptly named Cocoon The place is shady, unknown, and visited only by international tourists living in its cheap guest house.Nothing unusual...


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    Souvenirs de Ia maison des morts The House of the Dead, Fyodor Dostoyevsky 1969 1335 432 1341 1366 431 1391 402 978964663821 1394 Souvenirs de Ia maison des morts The House of the Dead, Fyodor Dostoyevs...


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    Nosotros somos hombres destrozados, triturados, deshechos dec an no tenemos entra as Por eso gritamos de nocheNo existe para m mejor Dostoievski que el autobiogr fico Fue, es y ser el mejor conocedor del alma humana de todos los tiempos , como dec a Zweig pero, para llegar a esa profundidad, le fue necesario empezar con la suya propia y La Casa de los Muertos es un libro en el que el Dostoievski hombre se camufla en el personaje ficticio de Alexander Petrovich para narrar sus penurNosotros somos hombres destrozados, triturados, deshechos dec an no tenemos entra as Por eso gritamos de nocheNo existe para m mejor Dostoievski que el autobiogr fico Fue, es y ser el mejor conocedor del alma humana de todos los tiempos , como dec a Zweig pero, para llegar a esa profundidad, le fue necesario empezar con la suya propia y La Casa de los Muertos es un libro en el que el Dostoievski hombre se camufla en el personaje ficticio de Alexander Petrovich para narrar sus penurias en la prisi n de Siberia La detenci n de Dostoievski en 1849 junto con e...


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    What I have said of servitude, I again say of imprisonment, we are all prisoners What is our life but a prison We are all imprisoned in an island The world itself to some men is a prison, our narrow seas as so many ditches, and when they have compassed the globe of the earth, they would fain go see what is done in the moonRobert Burton, Anatomy of Melancholy S2.3.4Not top half Dostoevsky, but a must read still This book and Dostoevsky s four years in Siberia are an obvious rough drafWhat I have said of servitude, I again say of imprisonment, we are all prisoners What is our life but a prison We are all imprisoned in an island The world itself to some men is a prison, our narrow seas as so many ditches, and when they have compassed the globe of the earth, they would fain go see ...


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    Me ha sorprendido principalmente por no ser tan traum tico como esperaba Y no es que no cuente cosas espantosas de c mo eran las prisiones y los trabajos forzados en Siberia, pero es que Dosto tambi n es capaz de hablar de l...


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ذكريات من بيت الموتى 1821 1881

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  • ذكريات من بيت الموتى
  • Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  • Arabic
  • 13 January 2017

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