The Brothers Karamazov PART2 Fyodor M. Dostoevsky

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Here is the quick summary of the brothers karamazov book part2. As you know already the brothers karamazov book is so thrilling with so much adventure and greatness in it. You must Read the part 2 of the book.

Why?

  • It comes in FLIP version as well (There is no better one elsewhere)
  • You don’t need any software to open FLIP
  • One more reason to Read part2 of the brothers karamazov book is obvious, right? Because you Read the part1 and you need to know what happens next!

So let’s have a little presentation down below with couple of images. They represent how does it look like when your Reading your favorite books in our FLIP version of The Brothers Karamazov Book.

This is what you see when you have JUST opened a FLIP file …

Summary Of The Brothers Karamazov Part 2 Of The Book Flip-Image-1

As you can see in the image above. It looks so beautiful. I want to read it now while I am looking at this image above. It really is such an amazing experience using it and you need to try it out now.

So, here is the second image below …

– This is when you start flipping some pages

The Brothers Karamazov Summary Of The Book Part 2 - Flip Image 2

So as you can see it’s as easy as 1 2 3. Literally. It is same like you would flip pages in real book. Take it for the corner hold and flip. 🙂

Awesome, isn’t it?

 

Summary Of The Brothers Karamazov Part 2

CHAPTER 1.
FATHER FERAPONT
ALYOSHA was roused early, before daybreak. Father Zossima woke up feeling very weak, though he wanted to get out of bed and sit up in a chair. His mind was quite clear; his face looked very tired, yet bright and almost joyful. It wore an expression of gaiety, kindness and cordi- ality. “Maybe I shall not live through the coming day,” he said to Alyo- sha.

Then he desired to confess and take the sacrament at once. He always confessed to Father Paissy. After taking the communion, the service of extreme unction followed. The monks assembled and the cell was gradually filled up by the inmates of the hermitage.

Meantime it was daylight. People began coming from the monastery. After the service was over the elder desired to kiss and take leave of everyone. As the cell was so small the earlier visitors withdrew to make room for others. Alyosha stood beside the elder, who was seated again in his arm-chair. He talked as much as he could. Though his voice was weak, it was fairly steady.

“I’ve been teaching you so many years, and therefore I’ve been talking aloud so many years, that I’ve got into the habit of talking, and so much so that it’s almost more difficult for me to hold my tongue than to talk, even now, in spite of my weakness, dear Fathers and brothers,” he jested, looking with emotion at the group round him.

There Is More To It …

Alyosha remembered afterwards something of what he said to them. But though he spoke out distinctly and his voice was fairly steady, his speech was somewhat disconnected.

He spoke of many things, he seemed anxious before the moment of death to say everything he had not said in his life, and not simply for the sake of instructing them, but as though thirsting to share with all men and all creation his joy and ecstasy, and once more in his life to open his whole heart.
“Love one another, Fathers,” said Father Zossima, as far as Alyosha could remember afterwards. “Love God’s people.

Because we have come here and shut ourselves within these walls, we are no holier than those that are outside, but on the contrary, from the very fact of coming here, each of us has confessed to himself that he is worse than others, than all men on earth.

And the longer the monk lives in his seclusion, the more keenly he must recognise that. Else he would have had no rea- son to come here.

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