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The Brothers Karamazov

By Fyodor Dostoyevsky
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Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Part I
    • Book I. The History Of A Family
      • Chapter I. Fyodor Pavlovitch Karamazov
      • Chapter II. He Gets Rid Of His Eldest Son
      • Chapter III. The Second Marriage And The Second Family
      • Chapter IV. The Third Son, Alyosha
      • Chapter V. Elders
    • Book II. An Unfortunate Gathering
      • Chapter I. They Arrive At The Monastery
      • Chapter II. The Old Buffoon
      • Chapter III. Peasant Women Who Have Faith
      • Chapter IV. A Lady Of Little Faith
      • Chapter V. So Be It! So Be It!
      • Chapter VI. Why Is Such A Man Alive?
      • Chapter VII. A Young Man Bent On A Career
      • Chapter VIII. The Scandalous Scene
    • Book III. The Sensualists
      • Chapter I. In The Servants' Quarters
      • Chapter II. Lizaveta
      • Chapter III. The Confession Of A Passionate Heart—In Verse
      • Chapter IV. The Confession Of A Passionate Heart—In Anecdote
      • Chapter V. The Confession Of A Passionate Heart—"Heels Up"
      • Chapter VI. Smerdyakov
      • Chapter VII. The Controversy
      • Chapter VIII. Over The Brandy
      • Chapter IX. The Sensualists
      • Chapter X. Both Together
      • Chapter XI. Another Reputation Ruined
  • Part II
    • Book IV. Lacerations
      • Chapter I. Father Ferapont
      • Chapter II. At His Father's
      • Chapter III. A Meeting With The Schoolboys
      • Chapter IV. At The Hohlakovs'
      • Chapter V. A Laceration In The Drawing-Room
      • Chapter VI. A Laceration In The Cottage
      • Chapter VII. And In The Open Air
    • Book V. Pro And Contra
      • Chapter I. The Engagement
      • Chapter II. Smerdyakov With A Guitar
      • Chapter III. The Brothers Make Friends
      • Chapter IV. Rebellion
      • Chapter V. The Grand Inquisitor
      • Chapter VI. For Awhile A Very Obscure One
      • Chapter VII. “It's Always Worth While Speaking To A Clever Man”
    • Book VI. The Russian Monk
      • Chapter I. Father Zossima And His Visitors
      • Chapter II. The Duel
      • Chapter III. Conversations And Exhortations Of Father Zossima
  • Part III
    • Book VII. Alyosha
      • Chapter I. The Breath Of Corruption
      • Chapter II. A Critical Moment
      • Chapter III. An Onion
      • Chapter IV. Cana Of Galilee
    • Book VIII. Mitya
      • Chapter I. Kuzma Samsonov
      • Chapter II. Lyagavy
      • Chapter III. Gold-Mines
      • Chapter IV. In The Dark
      • Chapter V. A Sudden Resolution
      • Chapter VI. “I Am Coming, Too!”
      • Chapter VII. The First And Rightful Lover
      • Chapter VIII. Delirium
    • Book IX. The Preliminary Investigation
      • Chapter I. The Beginning Of Perhotin's Official Career
      • Chapter II. The Alarm
      • Chapter III. The Sufferings Of A Soul, The First Ordeal
      • Chapter IV. The Second Ordeal
      • Chapter V. The Third Ordeal
      • Chapter VI. The Prosecutor Catches Mitya
      • Chapter VII. Mitya's Great Secret. Received With Hisses
      • Chapter VIII. The Evidence Of The Witnesses. The Babe
      • Chapter IX. They Carry Mitya Away
  • Part IV
    • Book X. The Boys
      • Chapter I. Kolya Krassotkin
      • Chapter II. Children
      • Chapter III. The Schoolboy
      • Chapter IV. The Lost Dog
      • Chapter V. By Ilusha's Bedside
      • Chapter VI. Precocity
      • Chapter VII. Ilusha
    • Book XI. Ivan
      • Chapter I. At Grushenka's
      • Chapter II. The Injured Foot
      • Chapter III. A Little Demon
      • Chapter IV. A Hymn And A Secret
      • Chapter V. Not You, Not You!
      • Chapter VI. The First Interview With Smerdyakov
      • Chapter VII. The Second Visit To Smerdyakov
      • Chapter VIII. The Third And Last Interview With Smerdyakov
      • Chapter IX. The Devil. Ivan's Nightmare
      • Chapter X. “It Was He Who Said That”
    • Book XII. A Judicial Error
      • Chapter I. The Fatal Day
      • Chapter II. Dangerous Witnesses
      • Chapter III. The Medical Experts And A Pound Of Nuts
      • Chapter IV. Fortune Smiles On Mitya
      • Chapter V. A Sudden Catastrophe
      • Chapter VI. The Prosecutor's Speech. Sketches Of Character
      • Chapter VII. An Historical Survey
      • Chapter VIII. A Treatise On Smerdyakov
      • Chapter IX. The Galloping Troika. The End Of The Prosecutor's Speech.
      • Chapter X. The Speech For The Defense. An Argument That Cuts Both Ways
      • Chapter XI. There Was No Money. There Was No Robbery
      • Chapter XII. And There Was No Murder Either
      • Chapter XIII. A Corrupter Of Thought
      • Chapter XIV. The Peasants Stand Firm
  • Epilogue
    • Chapter I. Plans For Mitya's Escape
    • Chapter II. For A Moment The Lie Becomes Truth
    • Chapter III. Ilusha's Funeral. The Speech At The Stone
  • Footnotes
  • Credits
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