He experienced a wonderful night with a starry sky and a moral condition of loneliness. They felt as though everyone was deserting them, and for three days they wandered around the town in dejection, not knowing what to do with themselves. The narrator had been living in Petersburg for eight years and had hardly any acquaintances. The narrator has been accustomed to meeting the same people at the same time and place all year, and has almost struck up a friendship with one old man. He is grave and pensive, and notices the narrator and takes a warm interest in him. When they meet, they almost bow to each other and pass each other with a look of interest.
The narrator is familiar with the houses in the streets, some of which are dear friends. One of them is being treated by the architect this summer, and the narrator has a favourite house of a light pink colour. However, last week, the narrator heard a plaintive from their friend, who was painted yellow by the villains and barbarians. The narrator has not had the courage to visit their friend, painted the colour of the Celestial Empire. The narrator had been feeling anxious for three days before recognizing the cause of their uneasiness.For two evenings, the narrator was puzzled by the grimy walls and ceiling covered with a spider’s web. They even sent for Matrona, but she stared at them in amazement and went away without saying a word. Finally, the narrator realized the spider’s web was still hanging in its place to this day.
He believes that it is better to do nothing and be conscious inertia than to be in the normal man’s place. However, they are lying because they know that it is not underground that is better, but something different that they cannot find. The narrator feels like a cobbler and should be put underground for forty years without anything to do. The narrator compares the narrator to a man who has been left with nothing to do for forty years. They are persistent, insolent, talk nonsense, are afraid of nothing, are gnashing their teeth, are witty, have no respect for their own suffering, and hide their last word through fear.The narrator has been listening to the narrator for forty years and has invented their own reminiscences. He is not strong-minded enough to print them and give them to others, but he wants to realise a fancy he has and wants to realise it at all costs. The most important details in this text are that Heine believes that a true autobiography is almost impossible and that man is bound to lie about himself. He also believes that Rousseau told lies about himself in his confessions out of vanity, but he judged people who made their confessions to the public.
A CHRISTMAS TREE AND A WEDDING
He was invited to a children’s party five years ago, where the giver was a well-known and business-like personage. The narrator was an outsider who had no interesting matter to contribute, and the other gentleman was a tall, lanky man who was in no mood for merrymaking and family festivity. A gentleman from the provinces was invited to the host’s children’s party, but he was bored and kept up the part of a man perfectly happy and enjoying himself. He was forced to sit the whole evening stroking his whiskers to have something to do with his hands, and the narrator was attracted to his whiskers.YulianMastakovitch was an honoured guest and was treated with respect. The host and hostess waited on him hand and foot, pressed him to drink, and flattered him. The children were sweet and refused to model themselves on the “grown-ups”. They stripped the Christmas tree to the last sweetmeat and broke half the playthings. The narrator was charmed by a black-eyed, curly-headed boy and his sister, an eleven-year-old girl with big, prominent eyes.Her father, a wealthy contractor, had set aside three hundred thousand roubles for her dowry.The host and hostess discriminated in the distribution of the children’s presents, with the youngest receiving the costliest doll and the oldest receiving nothing but a book of stories.
He has been here for two hours and is feeling doubtful. To correct her mistake, the narrator has made up their mind to find out all about the narrator. The narrator is surprised by the narrator’s lack of history and how they have lived without any history. The narrator tries to explain what it means to be alone, but the narrator refuses.The narrator is alone and does not talk to anyone. They are pinned to their grandmother, who is blind and will never let them go anywhere. The narrator explains that they are a type, an original, absurd person, and a dreamer. The narrator then reveals that they are a type, an original, absurd person, and a dreamer. The narrator then reveals that they are a type, an original, absurd person, and a dreamer, and that they are a type, an original, absurd person, and a dreamer.The narrator and their lodger went to see The Barber of Seville together. The narrator was excited to go alone, but the lodger gave up coming and only invited them to the theatre once a month. As time went on, the narrator became more restless and nearly ill. The opera season was over and the lodger had given up coming to see the narrator. The narrator and lodger met on the same staircase a year ago, and the narrator made up their minds to end it all that evening when grandmother went to bed.
Some important things
This story is a novella used to introduce people to Fyodor Mikailovich. It follows a shy dreamer who daydreams in 3D with vivid colors and intricate tales. When he meets an actual real-life girl, they become great friends and the story takes off. Dostoyevsky’s truth is purifying, like a sacred flame, like the caress of a being who’s both angel and demon at the same time. He is the greatest novelist of all in the history of western civilization.The narrator describes his experience walking in St. Petersburg, feeling comfortable in the city at night and despondent during the day. On their second night, Nastenka seeks to find out more about him and he suggests he is of the type of “dreamer”. He tells his story in the third person, calling himself “the hero” and referencing VasilyZhukovsky and “The Goddess of Fancy”.