By Fyodor Dostoyevsky
«Esta obra singular, concebida por el autor como interludio entre novelas o trabajo preparatorio para El adolescente y Los hermanos Karamázov, es imprescindible para conocer y comprender al escritor y a los angeles persona.» Jesús García Gabaldón, El País.
A raíz de aceptar l. a. dirección de l. a. revista El Ciudadano, comenzó a redactar el que habría de ser su libro más own, extraño y desconocido. En Diario de un escritor el gran novelista ruso privilegia su compromiso ethical con los sucesos más acuciantes de su tiempo, a través de una entreverada mezcla de géneros –autobiografía, ficción, ensayo, crónicas judiciales, necrológicas, estampas de costumbres, breves tratados sobre el carácter nacional-, de los angeles que resulta un experimento de arte imperative, un triunfo de l. a. pasión por los angeles libertad humana.
En esta selección del inmenso cajón de sastre que es el Diario, impecablemente confeccionada y traducida por Víctor Gallego, se ha prescindido de consideraciones y polémicas hoy trasnochadas. Dos temas obsesivos, profundamente dostoievskianos, recorren sus páginas: los malos tratos a los niños en los angeles familia y las causas de los suicidios. Junto a l. a. ardorosa defensa de los angeles piedad y los angeles justicia, se encuentran también aquí los mejores relatos del autor: «La mansa», «El sueño de un hombre ridículo», «El mujik Marei» y, en especial, «Bobok», que constituye, según Bajtin, «casi un microcosmos de toda su obra».
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My friends and I also played war. This might come as a shock to those who know me in more recent decades. But we grew up during and after the Second World War and, to us, that conflict was very much a morality play, with the virtuous Americans and British fighting the wicked Germans (usually referred to simply as “the Nazis”). So, as part of our own war games, we ran about in schoolyards, backyards, and basements, “shooting” at one another with sticks and crying out as we keeled over in combat.
After a day’s work, I frequently came back to my bed at night to find the sheets or other vital items missing. My protests to the camp director were unavailing. One night, when I walked into the bunk I found an enormous, dirt-covered boulder lying in the middle of my bed, with my tormenters lined up laughing hysterically. I must have been enraged, for I somehow picked up the boulder and hurled it into one of their beds. This ended my problems with them, for—having barely managed to lift the boulder with all three of them on the job— they were suddenly enormously impressed with me.
It was an unpleasant turnabout, and a local policeman actually did grill us about what had happened. Ultimately, our fathers saved the situation, and I never did any time for golf ball theft. S. 217. This turned out to be a rather insensitive group of boys who, under the direction of an adult scoutmaster, would march about in military-style flag drills (which I disliked), take rope-tying, fire-building, and other tests to advance their rank (which was okay), and go on overnight hikes (which I more or less enjoyed).