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HISTORY OF NOVEL
Transcript of HISTORY OF NOVEL
WHEN DID IT START?
HISTORY OF NOVEL
-With the exposure of different perspectives styles, and ideas Novels have grown into hundreds of different genres
-Branches which connect genres together as well as separate paths certain genres take
personal or psychological relationship
conflicts, desires, and fears.
*regardless of their type, all novels engage their readers’ intellectual faculties and immerse them in the world of ideas.
The Brothers Karamazov is philosophical fiction
English novel came into existence in the beginning of 18th century with the emergence of new middle class.
Book 7 Summary
BOOK 7 Analysis
BOOK 8 SUMMARY
Dmitri wants Grushenka to marry him and be his.
Samsonov rejected Dmitri's offer & told him to go to someone who could help him.
He sent him to a cruel man named Lyavgeny.
He asked for Madame Hohlakov's help, got rejected and was told to go to the gold mines instead
Dmitri did not know what to do anymore so he decided to go back to Grushenka.
He goes back to Grushenka's house to ask her servants about her whereabouts.
He came to realization that he cannot have Grushenka and a life without her is meaningless.
He went to Perhotin and redeemed his gun. Perhotin was puzzled when he saw the blood on
Dmitri's shirt, so he followed him. Dmitri went to buy large amounts of food and Perhotin is really confused with his actions.
Dmitri went to Grushenka and his ex lover and ironically treats them nicely,
Police went to arrest Dmitri for the murder of Fyodor
- A fictional prose narrative of considerable length, typically having a plot that is unfolded by the actions, speech, and thoughts of the characters.
- English novel came into existence in the beginning of 18th century with the emergence of new middle class.
complex middle-class characters who were struggling with their morality and social issues.
NOVEL IN 19TH CENTURY
- influenced by romanticism and the focus was on nature and imagination
The Great Depression
by Goethe and Mark Twain,
by Mary Shelley and Bram Stoker
Novels of manners
by Edith Wharton
by Harriet Beecher Stowe and Upton Sinclair
by Robert Louis Stevenson and Jack London
by Sir Walter Scott and Margaret Mitchell
by Agatha Christie
by Stephen King,
by Isaac Asimov
by Barbara Cartlan
Novels way back in time were not as exciting compared to the novels we wrtie todaty regardless,
Parallels to the idea in Perfume:
the way something smelled, deeply reveal of its inner qualities
smell good = good morality ; smell bad = corrupt
since Father Zossima's corpse emits a foul smell, they start thinking that maybe he is not the person they think he is.
believed that he is not holy and in reality a corrupt man
BOOK 8 ANALYSIS
• Another factor that shows Dmitri is guilty is his anger towards Grigory
When Dmitri strikes Grigory, we can concluded that he is dangerous enough to kill anyone in his path, including his father, whom he loathes.
Hearing about this, what do you think of Dmitri?
Do you believe he is capable of killing his father? Why or why not?
"Never judge anyone because man shares the responsibility for the sins of all other men." -Father Zossima
- In our society, judging other people is in our human nature, why do you think people judge others without really knowing them?
Dmitri is a very angry & sinful person but at the same time he is very faithful and a follower of God
Parallels with nature of humanity:
Do you think that we have free will?
Does our free will allows us to overcome our sinful nature and live within our good nature?
God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them” (Genesis 1:26-27). if this is so, then why is it in our nature to commit sin?
The fact is that each and every person born from the beginning has inherited the sin nature of his parents,
David says, "Behold, I was brought forth in iniquity, and in sin my mother conceived me” (Psalm 51:5
• Uses a technique called ellipsis
- skipping over a moment of action in order to play on reader's expectations
In chapter 5
- he implied Dmitri’s guilt when he knew about Grushenka’s whereabouts and when he went to Perkhotin’s office.
Chapter 1:The Breath of Corruption
-Monastery prepares for Father Zosima's burial,many expect to witness a miracle
-During life time Father Zosima was seen as a saint
-Instead a stench lingers and Father Zosima's follows are left with doubt
Chapter 2: A Critical Moment
-Alyosha is struggling to keep faith, left alone to face uncertainty
-Rakitin finds Alyosha , mocks his struggles but asks him if he want to visit Grushenka, Alyosha accepts
Chapter 3: An Onion
-Grushenka's background is narrated, Samsonov is her protector, she becomes successful in little time
-News of Father Zosima keep her from seducing Alyosha
-The onion tale which connects to Grushenka's one true act of goodness
-Alyosha realizes Grushenka has the ability to be saved
-Alyosha finds himself at Father Zosima's cell where Father Paissy is reading from the bible
-Falls asleep and finds himself talking to Father Zosima
-Takes this as a miracle and follows instruction
-faith has now been completely restored
Alyosha struggles to deal with uncertainty
Temptation: loss of faith, seduction, judgement
Parallels to Grand Inquisitor
Grushenka's visit reminds him what it is about religion that truly matter
Repetition: Young pure heart, my hero
Syntax Short sentences
Throughout the book doubt is constantly presented. Even ALyosha doubts something he was so certain of. Do you think it is acceptable to doubt your faith? Are we allowed to question? Does one's doubt mean they are not truly committed to their religion?