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The Brothers Karamazov is said to be the greatest and last novel written by Fyodor Dostoevsky.
My three criteria for Great Book candidates are that they must be deep intellectually, stunning in character development, and beautifully written.
If you are interested in what they are saying, it is good reading; if not, it can get tedious.
Such ramblings ... this is one of those "classics" you feel compelled to read but find it is an EXTREMELY tiresome book. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by Betty Hollander
extraordinary depiction of complex characters and of human nature. . enduring discussions on human faith, grief at the loss of a child, the roles of church and state and depths of... Read morePublished 1 day ago by annette fortune
I was a bit nervous about spending money on the leather-bound version but have been delighted with it. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amrita Soni
had a little trouble keeping track of what the characters were doingPublished 14 days ago by Lena Stacy
This is the fourth Russian novel I have read, and it was the most difficult for me. It is full of surprises along the road to the ending. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Reviewer xyz
Could not quite understand the romantic intricacies. I read it all, but rather tired at the end.Published 27 days ago by jbirdiegirl