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Uncle's Dream (Russian: Дядюшкин сон, Dyadushkin son) is an 1859 novella by Russian writer Fyodor Dostoyevsky.
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Mohammed
May 05, 2016 Mohammed rated it really liked it
شهادتي في ديستويفسكي مجروحة، حتى لو أنه سجل سعاله على ورق ثم جمع ذلك في كتاب، لوجدت في ذلك تصويرا عميقا للمعاناة الإنسانية. مبالغة؟ أتفق معك ولكن ألا تتفق معي أن دوستو يستحقها؟

هذه الرواية مختلفة عما سبق أن قرأته لديستويفسكي فهي تدور حول محاولة تدبير زواج مصلحة مابين شابة فاتنة وعجوز خرف، لعلك خمنت أنه فاحش الثراء. ركزت القصة على مكر الإناث وبراعتهن في حياكة المؤامرات لبعضهن دون التوقف عن تبادل الابتسامات. كان تصوير كيد النساء ظريفا حتى توقعت ظهور فيفي عبده في أي لحظة، بالفراء الروسي طبعا.


كعادة
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Esma Tezgi
Feb 05, 2016 Esma Tezgi rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2016
Bol entrikalı, yozlaşmanın mizahi bir dille anlatıldığı Dostoyevski eseri. Ben kitabı beğendim okuması zevkliydi ve karakterler-olaylar ilgimi çekti. Kitabın sonu biraz beklediğim gibiydi biraz da sürpriz oldu ve kitaba yakışan bir son olmuş kesinlikle. Dostoyevski seven biriyseniz okuduğunuza pişman olmayacağınız güzel bir yapıt.

Oda Yayınları'ndan çıkan çevirisini okudum ben, çok kötü değildi ama ruhtan biraz yoksun bir çeviriydi. Bazı cümleler sadece çevrilmişti, diğer cümlelere ya da ahenge
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aljouharah altheeyb
Nov 07, 2012 aljouharah altheeyb rated it liked it
وانتهيت !
هُنالك رابط خفي يجذبني لأعمال ديستوفسكي ويحضني على الإستمتاع بكل حرف من حروفه مهما بدت مغرقة في التفاصيل التي ليس لها علاقة بالنص أو بالقصة، وربما هذا سبب تعلقي به (؟)
هذه الروايه القصيرة تنفع للقراءات الواحدة والليالي الباردة المُمله، هي لا تترك أثراً عظيماً أو انطباعاَ خاصاً بالنفس، لكنها تمتع القارئ وتحشو مخيلته بكل ألوان الصور والتفاصيل التي تُسرد علينا حتى ولننسى الواقع ونعيش معها كشخصية جانبية لا يغض لها طرف في تتبع أخبار الجميع والإنصات لأحاديثهم.

القصه بإختصار تُبرز صفة الطمع، و
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Lu
Sep 22, 2016 Lu rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Dostoevskij dipinge l'animo umano con fine squisitezza. I personaggi si muovono vivi e palpitanti in ogni contesto, anche negli ultimi momenti di vita. Ma ahimè, il mio entusiasmo finisce qui. Storiella leggera, già conosciuta, senza nulla di particolare. I protagonisti sono a tratti assai noiosi e ripetitivi.
Inizialmente l'ho trovato assai piacevole, poi gli eventi sono diventati un poco assurdi e l'entusiasmo è andato scemando.
Amorfna
Feb 12, 2013 Amorfna rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: books-i-own
Uprkos osrednjem skoru na GoodReadsu, i nakon ponovnog čitanja ovog malog, izuzetno potcenjenog bisera ne mogu a da se ne zapitam zašto ljudi ne cene ovu novelu malo više.
Da li je to zbog toga što smo svi mi manje više Dostojevskog stavili u kalup teške, filozofske a opet zanosne književnosti pa možda ova mala groteska nije ispunila očekivanja ? Ujkin san je duhovita, i šarmantna satira malograđanštine i prljavih ljudskih pobuda, lišena ’težine’ nekih njegovih kapitalnijih dela a opet i ovde, sa
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أحمد جابر

دائمًا يوقعني الجودريدز في مشكلة الأنصاف، هناك العديد من الكتب التي تتأرجح بين التقييمين، مثلًا هذه الرواية أريد أن أقيمها ب 3.5، يحرجني هذا الجودريدز كثيرًا.

المهم، الرواية تتحدث عن ماريا السيدة النبيلة الأولى في البلدة، والتي لها عدواتها من السيدات الأخرى، تحاول السيطرة على ابنتها ومن يطلب يدها للزواج، وبعد فترة يصل أمير طاعن في السن، فتحيك ماريا خطة لتزويج ابنتها زينا من الأمير، بحيث يتوفى الأمير بعدها بفترة قليلة وترثه زينا، تقنع ابنتها وصديقها الذي يحاول طلب يدها، هذا الصديق يكشف المؤامرة ال
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C.
Nov 11, 2012 C. rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: russian-lit, fiction
And then what's a hundred and fifty souls, especially if you have new ideas!

...because tyranny is a habit that becomes a need.
Potomacwill
It was fascinating to see the great heavyweight of the philosophical novel doing farce in what is a very humorous and lighthearted essay of small town life as Czarist RussIa and the old aristocracy slipped into decline amid winds of change blowing in from western Europe. The book's poetics are more like those of a play than any of Dostoyevsky's more widely venerated novels. Virtually everything is externalized, as it must be in theater; and the characters' repeated, usually phobic, references to ...more
Sophie
This edition consists of a novella, Uncle's dream, and a short story, A little hero.

Uncle's Dream

But all things die, Zina, even our memories, and our good and noble feelings die also, and in their place comes reason.

This is a story about dreams and longings of young people, about family honor, about deceit. It had a bunch of references to Shakespeare, rightfully so, because this novella reminded me of Shakespeare's theatrical comedies. I absolutely loved this story and would definitely read it a
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Fernando
Jun 22, 2015 Fernando rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Yo creo que si Dostoievski hubiera escrito obras de teatro como Chéjov, hubieran sido estas de una originalidad brillante. Este libro, junto con La Aldea de Stepanchikovo demuestran por momentos que tranquilamente podrían transformar sus diálogos en escenas de una notable comedia. A pesar de que el último capítulo tiene un marcado tono triste, el conjunto de la novela es por momentos, hilarante, lo cual demuestra la versatilidad de Dostoievski como novelista.
Hanguin
Jun 03, 2015 Hanguin rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
اعشق دستويفسكي... اعشق كل ما يكتب.. كان كتاب رائع و استمتعت جدا بقرائته ولكن النهاية كانت مستعجلة للاسف
Jonathan
Aug 13, 2012 Jonathan rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Somehow, for a comedy-turned-tragedy, the humour was right up my alley.
theheadofthequeen
one of the other short stories in this 'white night' is probably my favourite short story ever
Bogdan Liviu
Apr 05, 2016 Bogdan Liviu rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: dostoievski
2.5* Complotul, manipularea, ipocrizia - mizeria societăţii, n-aş zice, a ruşilor, ci a întregii omeniri, stau la baza micuţei opere. Un roman (care poate fi metamorfozat într-o piesă de teatru) în care este prezentată o parte a societăţii ruseşti de la acea vreme. Totul se întâmplă în Mordasov, acolo unde Maria Alexandrovna, înconjurată de bârfitoarele sale prietene - ea însăşi fiind o artistă a manipulării - încerca să-şi căsătorească fata (care avea 23 de ani şi era încă nemăritată, fapt ce l ...more
Mohamed Al-Moslemany
Jun 29, 2016 Mohamed Al-Moslemany rated it it was ok
Shelves: روايات
ملهاة مسرحية أخرى في صورة رواية تمتلئ بالمواقف الغريبة والإنفعالات المحرجة والمواجهات العنيفة، وخط أحداث يهبط ويتصاعد بحدة شديدة وفي وقت قصير.
قرية ستيبانتشيكوفو وسكانها و حلم العم
ورايتا المجلد الثالث الذي يبدوا أنه مجلد الكوميديا!
يتشابه البناء الفني للروايتين كثيرا فيكمل في إظهار الأشخاص المجروحة كرامتهم فالأمير هنا بخيالاته، وهذيانه، وبتلعثمه الدائم يشبه شخصية الكولونيل في الأولى
والسيدة ماريا هي نسخة أكثر نضجا وإتزانا من فوما، ومع ذلك فهي ذات المواقف المضحكة والملهاة المأساوية أحيانا.

رسم دوستو
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John
Nov 24, 2015 John rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
For Uncle's Dream: This novella, written soon after Dostoevsky’s time in Siberia, takes a surprisingly comic approach to its subject matter, surprising given the grand drama of Dostoevsky’s most famous works. That said, the comedy works pretty well here, as Dostoevsky brings together a cast of characters that bring big and conflicting personalities while set in a small provincial town.

The story surrounds the daughter—Zena—of the biggest town gossip—Marya Alexandrovna—and Zena’s potential marriag
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TarasProkopyuk
Dec 14, 2014 TarasProkopyuk rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fiction
Надрыв живота гарантирован!!! ))

«Дядюшкин сон» очень и очень весёлое произведение Достоевского. Тонкость сарказма, водевильный характер и богатое описание ничтожности героев повести просто не может не привести в восхищение от погружения в водоворот всех их страстей и пороков искусно описанных автором. Не малого стоит и сам сюжет. В нем Фёдор Михайлович проявляет свой талант как весьма умелого сценариста.

Дабы не походить, а скорее обходить в жизни множества дрянных людей и таких же их поступков,
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Hamidreza Zahedi
Sep 20, 2014 Hamidreza Zahedi rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
این که یه کتاب حجمش زیاد نباشه و تعداد کاراکتراش (مخصوصا اسم های روسی) کم باشه واقعا یه نعمته .کشش داستان خوبه و مجبورت می کنه کتاب رو زمین نذاری. داستان گرد یه خونواده یا بهتر بگم یه خانم که از نظر راوی قهرمان داستانه می چرخه و بیشتر نشون دهنده توانایی زن ها در شهر های کوچیک ،جاه طلبی و علاقه به تسلط بر امور با توجه به خاصیت زنانگی شونه.پایان خوبی داشت و کلا از کتاب خوشم اومد.
مصطفى مسلم
أول ما قرأته لديستوفسكي، وهو أول عمل روائي له ايضا، يبدو أنه هو شخصيا لا يعتز بعمله الأدبي هذا، العمل ليس بسيء، ممتع، قرأته للتسلية اثناء ركوبي المواصلات، تنقلت به عدة أيام في مشاوير قصيرة، يقول دوستفسكي أنه مقتنع أكثر بشخصية الأمير التي رسمها بالرواية ودارت حولها الاحداث بعكس عناصر روايته، وإن كنت معجب بشخصية ماريا الكسندروفنا، الشخصية المسيطرة والمحركة للاحداث.
Robin
Dec 16, 2014 Robin rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
My husband and I read this book years ago...we blew threw it in one night taking turns reading it out loud. One of the funniest books I have ever read. Of course, if I remember correctly, there Is a serious point to the story about humans and our behavior, but I love the way it is communicated. I will read this book again someday.
Marts  (Thinker)
Dec 06, 2014 Marts (Thinker) rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: classics, 2014-reads
In this novella by Dostoyevsky laced with deceit and greed, Maria and her daughter Zina decide to deceive the elderly and senile Prince K who comes to visit their town...
ورّاق
May 17, 2015 ورّاق rated it liked it
لا بأس بها
Yaser Maadat
Apr 01, 2016 Yaser Maadat rated it really liked it
من يستطيع أن يكشف لنا عن عورات النفس الانسانية و قسوتها و تقلباتها كما يفعل دوستويفسكي؟!
Muhammad Seif
May 10, 2012 Muhammad Seif rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2012
أعجبتني فكرة الرواية و نجح دوستويفسكي في وصف شخصياته بشكل رائع
Jim
Dec 18, 2016 Jim rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: russia, fiction
When one thinks of Fyodor Dostoyevsky, one does not think of comedy; yet this, one of the first works that the author wrote when he was allowed once again to publish after serving almost ten years in Siberia for belonging to a dissident group, the Petrashevsky Circle. During that time, many of his beliefs were either strengthened or otherwise changed, but he was afraid of publishing something that would arouse the suspicion of the censors, who were still keeping on eye on him.

The result was Uncl
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Jared
Told in a narrative in the wonderful Russian style of Dostoyevsky. This story set in the town of Mordasoff about an ambitious mother, Maria Alexandrovna Moskaleva, set upon the goal of matching up her daughter, Zina, with a rich, prominent, old, and senile prince of the old aristocracy visiting from abroad.

The mother attempts to manipulate the prince into marrying her daughter by getting him drunk and arranging a commitment to marry. She also tries to manipulate others to her own advantage but,
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Cristiana Ferreira
É um livro muito diferente de todos os que já li do Dostoiévski.
Com sentido de humor e com discurso directo na representação da história de uma sociedade mesquinha, mas não muito diferente das de hoje em dia.
Tenni Purwanti
Nov 04, 2016 Tenni Purwanti rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Konfliknya sederhana tetapi karakternya tokoh-tokohnya kuat. Ending ceritanya juga twist.
Dr Nick

In his decade of exile, the first few years of which he spent in hellish prison conditions, Dostoevsky produced little written work. You could argue that all of his great works couldn't or wouldn't have been produced in the same way without his 1850s experience. After all many writers don't immediately draw on traumatic life experience in their own work. I'm thinking of JG Ballard whose work specifically on his childhood in occupied Shanghai came relatively late on in his work or the prolific De
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Özge İnci
dostoyevski'nin kah güldüren, kah düşündüren, kah duygulandıran, trajikomik bir kara mizah eseri. taşrayı ve insanının bayağılıklarını ve alçaklarını tüm çıplaklığıyla gözler önüne sermekle kalmamış, yerden yere vurmuştur adeta. kadın milletinin ne kadar çirkef, fettan, tehlikeli ve hatta başabela olabileceğini, ve hne olursa olsun her zaman sonunda kazanan olacağını da göstermiştir ayrıca.

"Duruşu, başkalarına ihtiyacı olmak şöyle dursun, herkes ona muhteçmış gibi bir anlam taşır" daha ilk sayf
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Fyodor Mikhaylovich Dostoyevsky (Russian: Фёдор Михайлович Достоевский), sometimes transliterated Dostoevsky, was a Russian novelist, journalist, and short-story writer whose psychological penetration into the human soul had a profound influence on the 20th century novel.

Dostoyevsky was the second son of a former army doctor. He was educated at home and at a private school. Shortly after the death
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