The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoevsky is not the most popular choice amongst readers. However, some of this work’s admirers include Albert Einstein, Friedrich Nietzsche, Virginia Woolf and Albert Camus (wonder why? read on).
The book is, not to mention a classical masterpiece, which intends to answer- Can saintliness survive in the real world? The answer to this question will be discussed in the next post. For now, here are some noteworthy quotations from the book-
So after reading all the above quotations, do you think saintliness can survive in the real world? Do share your opinion in the comment section below.
PS: While reading the book I came across a lot of noteworthy quotes, however, they need context to be mentioned here, therefore I have mentioned only a few quotes.
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Evolution will make sure that a specie survive. Saintliness is contemporary in evolution. Convictions such dont need survival, they run parallel to life.
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