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The Idiot CD de MP3 – 1 março 2002
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- Editora : Craig Black (1 março 2002)
- Idioma : Inglês
- ISBN-10 : 0786193085
- ISBN-13 : 978-0786193080
- Dimensões : 13.69 x 1.42 x 19.05 cm
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Later we meet Nastasya Filipovna. Ganya is prepared to propose in front of her friends and Myshkin, but first another Colonel (Righozin) shows up and proposes first. Righozin offers Nastasya Filipnova 100,000 ruples to marry him instead of Ganya. And then, Myshkin jumps in and he proposes, too, but not for money; for love. Of course that makes sense; he's known this woman for at least an hour now. Nastatsya Filipnova with Myshkin for a bit and then accepts the 100,000. No surprise there, but then she offers the money to Ganya, because she thinks he deserves it. First, though, she throws the money into the fire and tells Ganya all he has to do is pick it out of the fire and it's his. He doesn't, and after a few minutes she gets it out and gives it to him.
So I'm thinking a story like this would not work with American readers. Then I realized that it would. It should just be renamed "Real Housewives of Petersburg, Russia." Then it would be perfect.
Continuing the story, we find that Myshkin did not stay in Petersburg very long. He left and went to Moscow, where he inherited some money (we think it's a lot, but we don't know how much). Meanwhile, Nastasya Filipnova never marries Righozin. She left him once to go hook up with Myshkin in Moscow, but then left Myshkin to go back to Petersburg to Righozin. And again, she left him to go back to Moscow by herself. Seems the woman can't make up her mind what she wants. Meanwhile Myshkin is back in Petersburg looking for her, not knowing she went back to Moscow. While Myshkin was still in Moscow, Ganya brought him the 100,000 ruples and asked him to return the money to the woman, because, you know, they've been friends for at least a day now, so of course Myshkin could be trusted to handle that 100,000 ruples. We don't know if Myshkin ever did return the money to the woman.
While this is happening, a couple of guys come to visit Myshkin, a man and his uncle. Apparently the man who left the money to Myshkin was not related to Myshkin and in fact had a son who felt he should have received the inheritance. Bordovsky claims to be that son, and he went with his nephew to visit Myshkin and demand money, but only after publishing a very insulting article about Myshkin. Myshkin offers to pay 10,000 ruples to Bordovsky, which upsets him because he expected a lot more. Myshkin insists he did not inherit near as much as they think and 10,000 is plenty. But wait, Myshkin has asked Ganya to check into Bordovsky and found that he is not, in fact, the son of the man who left Myshkin the money. Myshkin wants to give him 10,000 ruples anyway because he is sure the man actually thought he was the son. I know, right?
So, while Nastasya Filipovna was out doing her own thing, she was secretly writing letters to Aglai. Nastasya now says she is in love with Myshkin, but believes Myshkin and Aglaia are in love with each other and they should get married. Aglaia confronts Myshkin about it and he says he isn't in love with either one and Nastasya Filipnova is crazy. Aglaia agrees. They don't love each other at all, or do they? Seems a lot of people think they are, in fact, in love. Maybe the three of them, Nastasya, Aglaia, and Myshkin should get in a room together and talk about it. That would be crazy, right? Yes it would.
So much more drama happens in this story. I think American readers would love it; if it were on television, anyway. I read it because a friend recommended it to me. I'm not sure why, but I read it all the way through.