Summary Paradox

Summary Paradox

VG Korolenko
The Paradox
Jan Krishtof Zaluski is the main character. A cripple who has no hands from birth; he has a big head, a pale face “with moving sharp features and large, penetrating running eyes.” “The body was very small, the shoulders narrow, the breasts and abdomen were not visible from under a broad beard, with a strong graying.” The legs are “long and thin,” with their help “phenomenon”, as the accompanying, “daringly” subject calls him, removes the cap from his head, combs his beard with a comb, crosses himself, and finally writes on a white slip an “even beautiful line”: “Man created for happiness, like a bird for flight. ” This phrase really became, as Zaluski calls it, an aphorism, and especially popular in Soviet times. But this, stressed Zaluski, is not only an aphorism, but also a “paradox.” ” Man is created for happiness, only happiness is not always created for him, “he says later.) Korolenko, who often showed illnesses and human injuries (right up to the story” Without language “, where the position of a man in a foreign country gives the concept of dumbness to philosophical sounding) emphasizes the Zalussky paradox, not only for a sharper depiction of the relationship between people (Dudarov’s confused arrogance and Zaluski’s dignity) and not for pedagogical purposes, but for the sake of affirming the central

idea of ​​all his creativity: “Life… seems I have the manifestation of a general great law, the main main features of which are good and happiness. The general law of life is the desire for happiness and its wider realization. “It was Zaluski’s innate misfortune that helped him express this cherished thought with special conviction. only happiness is not always created for him, “he says later.” Korolenko, who repeatedly showed illnesses and human injuries (right up to the story “Without language”, where the position of a man in a foreign country gives the concept of dumbness a philosophical sound), Zaluski’s paradox emphasizes for a more acute image of the relationship between people (Dudarov’s confused arrogance and Zalusky’s dignity) and not for pedagogical purposes, but for the sake of affirming the central idea of ​​all his creativity: “Life… seems to me a manifestation of the common in likogo law, the main basic features of which – the good and happiness. The general law of life is the desire for happiness and its wider realization. “It was Zaluski’s innate misfortune that helped him express this cherished thought with special conviction. only happiness is not always created for him, “he says later.” Korolenko, who repeatedly showed illnesses and human injuries (right up to the story “Without language”, where the position of a man in a foreign country gives the concept of dumbness a philosophical sound), Zaluski’s paradox emphasizes for a more acute image of the relationship between people (Dudarov’s confused arrogance and Zalusky’s dignity) and not for pedagogical purposes, but for the sake of affirming the central idea of ​​all his creativity: “Life… seems to me a manifestation of the common in likogo law, the main basic features of which – the good and happiness. The general law of life is the desire for happiness and its wider realization. “It was Zaluski’s innate misfortune that helped him express this cherished thought with special conviction. – he says later. Korolenko, who has shown illnesses and human injuries more than once (right up to the story “Without language”, where the position of a person in a foreign country gives the concept of dumbness to philosophical sounding), emphasizes the Zalusky paradox, not only for a sharper depiction of the relationship between people (Dudarov’s confused arrogance and dignity Zaluski) and not for pedagogical purposes, but for the sake of affirming the central idea of ​​all his work: “Life… seems to me a manifestation of a general great law, the main main features of which are good and happiness. The general law of life is the pursuit of happiness and the increasing of its implementation. ” It was the inherent misfortune of Zalusky that helped him express this cherished thought with special conviction. – he says later. Korolenko, who has shown illnesses and human injuries more than once (right up to the story “Without language”, where the position of a person in a foreign country gives the concept of dumbness to philosophical sounding), emphasizes the Zalusky paradox, not only for a sharper depiction of the relationship between people (Dudarov’s confused arrogance and dignity Zaluski) and not for pedagogical purposes, but for the sake of affirming the central idea of ​​all his work: “Life… seems to me a manifestation of a general great law, the main main features of which are good and happiness. The general law of life is the pursuit of happiness and the increasing of its implementation. ” It was the inherent misfortune of Zalusky that helped him express this cherished thought with special conviction. (right up to the story “Without language”, where the position of a person in a foreign country gives the concept of dumbness to philosophical sounding), Zalusky’s paradox emphasizes not only for a sharper depiction of the relationship between people (Dudarov’s confused arrogance and Zalusky’s dignity) and not for pedagogical purposes, but for the sake of affirming the central idea of ​​all his creativity: “Life… seems to me a manifestation of a general great law, the main main features of which are good and happiness. he’s life is the desire for happiness and its ever wider implementation. ” It was the inherent misfortune of Zalusky that helped him express this cherished thought with special conviction. (right up to the story “Without language”, where the position of a person in a foreign country gives the concept of dumbness to philosophical sounding), Zalusky’s paradox emphasizes not only for a sharper depiction of the relationship between people (Dudarov’s confused arrogance and Zalusky’s dignity) and not for pedagogical purposes, but for the sake of affirming the central idea of ​​all his creativity: “Life… seems to me a manifestation of a general great law, the main main features of which are good and happiness. he’s life is the desire for happiness and its ever wider implementation. ” It was the inherent misfortune of Zalusky that helped him express this cherished thought with special conviction. emphasizes the Zalussky paradox, not only for a more acute depiction of the relationship between people (Dudarov’s confused arrogance and Zalusky’s dignity) and not for pedagogical purposes, but for the sake of affirming the central idea of ​​all his creativity: “Life… seems to me a manifestation of a general grand law, whose features are good and happiness. The general law of life is the desire for happiness and its wider realization. ” It was the inherent misfortune of Zalusky that helped him express this cherished thought with special conviction. emphasizes the Zalussky paradox, not only for a more acute depiction of the relationship between people (Dudarov’s confused arrogance and Zalusky’s dignity) and not for pedagogical purposes, but for the sake of affirming the central idea of ​​all his creativity: “Life… seems to me a manifestation of a general grand law, whose features are good and happiness. The general law of life is the desire for happiness and its wider realization. ” It was the inherent misfortune of Zalusky that helped him express this cherished thought with special conviction. seems to me a manifestation of a general great law, the main main features of which are good and happiness. The general law of life is the desire for happiness and its wider realization. “It was Zaluski’s innate misfortune that helped him express this cherished thought with special conviction. seems to me a manifestation of a general great law, the main main features of which are good and happiness. The general law of life is the desire for happiness and its wider realization. “It was Zaluski’s innate misfortune that helped him express this cherished thought with special conviction.


Summary Paradox