In our time, many people for everything, for money, social status, satisfaction of their own whims. Loss of moral qualities, bitterness is the inevitable result of such selfish behavior. Examples of such people are given
This is primarily Petr Petrovich Luzhin and Arkady Ivanovich Svidrigailov. And if in Svidrigailov we see at least belated, but repentance (helps the children of Marmeladov after the death of their mother, begs forgiveness from Dunya Raskolnikova), then Luzhin’s conscience has long been replaced by the concepts of “gain,” “calculation,” and “self-gratification.”
The protagonist of the novel Dostoevsky, unlike Luzhin, does not stand the test of conscience. Rodion Raskolnikov, having committed a horrible crime –
Her main character is Yegor Prokudin. A former criminal, he brought a lot of grief and suffering to his mother. This torments the hero, who finds no excuses. When I met my mother after many years of separation, Yegor did not manage to admit that he was her son. At the end of the story, it is the conscience that does not allow the hero to sink to the very bottom of immorality. Yegor’s refusal to help former “friends” in criminal life turns out to be a death for the hero, but this refusal is also the highest manifestation of his humanity.
Elimination of illiteracy plus.
Quotation of the week
Whatever you study, you learn for yourself
Who among us in my childhood did not play catch-up and shouted loudly “Chur me.” Surely everyone, but not everyone knows that the exclamation “Chur!” has very ancient roots. And although in our time few people know about this, the history of the emergence of this expression is very interesting. The exclamation of “Chur me” was originally a spell against evil spirits, a prohibition to touch anything, to perform some kind of action.