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By Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Yıl 1846'dır. Genç Dostoyevski, ilk romanı İnsancıklar'ı tamamlar tamamlamaz ev arkadaşı yazar Grigoroviç'e okutur. Grigoroviç o kadar heyecanlanır ki birkaç kez kalkıp Fyodor'un boynuna sarılmak ister; fakat arkadaşının aşırı duygu gösterilerinden hoşlanmadığını bildiği için yapmaz. Grigoroviç ertesi gün romanı yazar ve yayımcı Nekrasov'a götürür; kitaptan çok etkilenen Nekrasov da eleştirmen Belinski'ye... "Yeni Gogol doğdu!" der, Nekrasov, daha kapı ağzında. Aynı günün akşamı, Belinski'ye tekrar uğradığında onu heyecan içinde bulur: "Nerede kaldınız? Nerede bu Dostoyevskiniz? Genç mi? Kaç yaşında? Hemen getirin bana onu!"
Belinski'nin evine getirilen yirmi üç yaşındaki genç yazar, daha sonra orada olanları şöyle anlatacaktır: "Ve işte... beni onun yanına götürdüler. Belinski'yi birkaç yıl önce heyecanla okumuştum, ama bana ürkütücü ve sert gelmişti ve benim İnsancıklar'ımla alay edecek diye düşünüyordum. Beni çok saygılı ve ağırbaşlı bir şekilde karşıladı; ama daha bir dakika bile geçmeden her şey bambaşka oldu... Ateşli ateşli, alevli gözlerle konuşuyordu. "Siz kendiniz anlıyor musunuz?" diyordu bana tekrar tekrar, alışkanlığı olduğu üzere bağırarak, "Ne yazmış olduğunuzu anlıyor musunuz?.. Bütün bu korkunç gerçeği, bizlere göstermiş olduğunuz bu gerçeği siz mi düşündünüz? Olamaz, sizin gibi yirmi yaşında birinin bütün bunları anlamış olmasına imkân yok... Gerçeği keşfetmiş ve bir sanatçı olarak ilan etmişsiniz, dimension bir yetenek verilmiş, yeteneğinizin değerini bilin ve emin olun, siz büyük bir yazar olacaksınız."
Yıl 2013. 167 yıl sonra Dostoyevski her kuşağın başucu yazarlarından olma özelliğini koruyor ve İnsancıklar, onun dünya edebiyatına ilk armağanı...

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He said aloud. ” Lo and behold! there stood Balin and Dwalin at the door of the kitchen, and Fili and Kili behind them, and before he could say knife they had whisked the trays and a couple of small tables into the parlour and set out everything afresh. Gandalf sat at the head of the party with the thirteen dwarves all round: and Bilbo sat on a stool at the fireside, nibbling at a biscuit (his appetite was quite taken away), and trying to look as if this was all perfectly ordinary and not in the least an adventure.

On some of them were old castles with an evil look, as if they had been built by wicked people. Everything seemed gloomy, for the weather that day had taken a nasty turn. Mostly it had been as good as May can be, can be, even in merry tales, but now it was cold and wet. In the Lone-lands they had been obliged to camp when they could, but at least it had been dry. ” grumbled Bilbo, as he splashed along behind the others in a very muddy track. It was after tea-time; it was pouring with rain, and had been all day; his hood was dripping into his eyes, his cloak was full of water; the pony was tired and stumbled on stones; the others were too grumpy to talk.

As soon as the door was opened, he pushed inside, just as if he had been expected. ” he said with a low bow. ” said the hobbit, too surprised to ask any questions for the moment. ” A little stiff perhaps, but he meant it kindly. And what would you do, if an uninvited dwarf came and hung his things up in your hall without a word of explanation? They had not been at table long, in fact they had hardly reached the third cake, when there came another even louder ring at the bell. ” said the hobbit, and off he went to the door.

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