Dostoyevsky proves himself a master of dualities, skilfully exploring tensions between movements that are seemingly incongruent. The motions of events, decisions, and reactions stretch our imagination in all kinds of directions - both pleasant and repellent. The result is a fantastic and disquieting sense of ambiguity. Our novel deepens. We begin to sense Dostoyevsky architecture. Please join us for PART III of the Brothers to talk about freedom, love, evil and doom of being a Karamazov.
(below: D's notes for Brothers K)