By Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Los hijos legítimos de Fiódor Pávlovich Karamázov –un «bufón», un «filisteo», un «déspota», solo en última instancia un padre– se reúnen después de haber sido educados, lejos unos de otros, en distintas partes de Rusia: Dmitri es soldado y, como su padre, bebedor, derrochador, lujurioso; Iván se ha convertido en un intelectual, el primer existencialista, según diría Jean-Paul Sartre; Aliosha ha abrazado l. a. religión y vive en un monasterio. Ineluctablemente, l. a. reunión popular precipita l. a. disolución y l. a. tragedia.
Los hermanos Karamázov (1878-1880) fue l. a. última novela de Dostoievski y ahora los angeles presentamos en una nueva traducción, l. a. primera en español en casi 50 años. Esta obra huge cuya influencia ha perdurado hasta nuestros días ha contado con admiradores como Tolstói (un ejemplar de los angeles novela fue encontrado junto a su lecho de muerte), Freud, Heidegger, Wittgenstein, Einstein, Sartre, Cormac McCarthy, J. M. Coetzee o Kurt Vonnegut. Este último, en su novela Matadero 5, dijo que todo lo que uno necesitaba saber en los angeles vida se encontraba en los angeles novela de Dostoievski.
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