A diary of a slightly mad self-proclaimed intellectual with a persecution complex.
Dostoyevsky never ceases to amaze me with the depth of his characters, and how realistically he conveys the weirdest of their quirks. I almost feel like I both know, and have thoroughly psychoanalyzed the guy.
|Effective, crisp prose||The story is just a couple of disjointed episodes from the protagonist’s life|
|Extremely profound, realistic, and interesting characters|
|Good, fast pace|
|Thought-provoking on the nature of our society, and mankind in general|
|Thought-provoking on aberrations of thought lost in-between logic and feeling|