The Karamazov Teenager out of the Underground Tragedy
Inspired by Mikhail Bakhtin's Problems of Dostoevsky's Poetics defining his novels polyphonic, this paper attempts to point out that Fyodor Dostoevsky was a writer on underground tragedies. Dostoevsky presented real thoughts of the Russian majority, and was brought home to the same situation as Nikolai Gogol, who was forced to "lie and clown". After undergoing misfortunes, in order to continue writing, Dostoevsky debated with Russian nihilists in the name of primordialism. Nevertheless, after the confession piece of Notes from the Underground, Dostoevsky was haunted by three questions: the power of Napoleon, the money of Rothschild and whether the God is absence. The late works of Dostoevsky reflected the plight of Russia through these three questions on the one hand; and on the other hand, he seemed to get out of the underground tragedy demonstrated in his novels A Raw Youth, The brothers Karamazov and memorial speech for the Pushkin monument.
【CateGory Index】： I512.074