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This book was recommended to me by my polisci prof my sophmore year of college. It was this book which convinced me to study Political Philosophy. This book is a life altering book,(I don't review any that aren't). Even the chapter, The Grand Inquisitor, read and studied by itself, without the rest of the novel, has a lot to teach you about faith and mankind.
I have read thousands of books in my 64+ years, and Hugo's "Les Miserables" and Dostoevsky's "Brothers Karamazov" are the two best. One chapter, entitled "The Grand Inquisitor," in Dostoevsky's book affected me deeply.
Dostoyevsky's passionate concern for people and his intense desire to grasp the meaning of life led him to explore the secret depths of humanity's struggles and sins. No action or thought was ever too corrupt or tooinhuman for his understanding. THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV was his last and greatest work.