By Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Los angeles libertà, los angeles colpa, l’espiazione. Le vicende dei quattro fratelli Karamazov indagano tra le pieghe più oscure dell’animo umano, alla ricerca incessante del confine tra bene e male. in line with dare voce ai dilemmi etici più radicali, Dostoevskij mette in scena un parricidio, come fecero Sofocle nell’Edipo re e Shakespeare nell’Amleto. Così l’uccisione del vecchio Fëdor serve a tratteggiare personaggi indimenticabili e a dare spazio alla leggenda del “Grande Inquisitore”, vetta indiscussa del pensiero politico e religioso dostoevskijano. E il lettore non può che essere gettato nel vortice degli avvenimenti, inevitabilmente penetrato dalla dolente umanità di un’opera che ha l. a. dignità del sacro.
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