Iván Ilych enjoys treating subordinates and those in his power well, because it makes him feel powerful. There was light and now there is darkness. He reviews his career, family and the passions which guided his life, all the decisions which led him to where he found himself. Peter Ivánovich has known Iván Ilych since their student days. Tolstoy is at his best writing about the social interactions of human beings. Peter Ivánovich flees from the body because he does not want to ponder the lesson it offers. He was an ordinary man who aspired for creature comforts that most people seek while leading their ordinary life.
The author's prose is highly readable and might just as well have originated from someone who wrote the book five or ten years ago; besides, Tolstoy knows how to captivate his reader, thus The Death of Ivan Ilych can only be called a book which can't be recommended highly enough for readers interested in Russian literature or, on a more general note, classics. Iván Ilych deals with her by devoting himself more fully to work. His very look said that this incident of a church service for Ivan Ilych could not be a sufficient reason for infringing the order of the session—in other words, that it would certainly not prevent his unwrapping a new pack of cards and shuffling them that evening while a footman placed fresh candles on the table: in fact, that there was no reason for supposing that this incident would hinder their spending the evening agreeably. Suddenly his fear of death is completely gone. At first Ivan is hopeful that he'll recover and eagerly takes his pills, but nothing the doctors give him appears to have an effect. During this time he also managed his estate and wrote his two most famous novels, War and Peace 1869 and Anna Karenina 1877.
His simplicity and acceptance of nature's process are wholly alien to the urban characters of the novel. يستعيد شريط حياته وكم كان سعيدا ولكنه بعد ذلك يتألم ويبعد تلك الذكريات عن تفكيره أإنها تزيده ألما. There is life beyond that; a life of truth, call it spirituality, or path to enlightenment according to your own religious convictions. They have more children, but one dies young. His novella is an important example of the often instructive intersection between the fields of humanities and medicine. He is someone with whom most readers can identify.
I enjoyed it very much. It is significant for its universally powerful portrayal of a man's physical deterioration and subsequent spiritual rejuvenation at the moment of death, and because it is the first fiction which Tolstoy published after his conversion to radical Christianity. His literal interpretation of the ethical teachings of Jesus, centering on the Sermon on the Mount, caused him in later life to become a fervent Christian anarchist and anarcho-pacifist. One morning, Praskovya attempts to tell him that their daughter has gotten engaged, but seeing how ill he is, she instead tells him to take his medicine. When young, Ivan was quite the fellow: smart, witty, good-humored.
Through the quote, he attempts to instill in his readers a sense of intrigue and understanding when it comes to unhealthy, dysfunctional families. Everything's far away from your place. Second, prognostication has not been a long suit of physicians. Tolstoy reveals to us Ivan 's entire life story up to the point when he becomes sick. Later in life, he also wrote plays and essays. The Story and Its Writer. After living in the new province for two years, he meets a woman named Praskovya Fedorovna who is from a good family and has a little bit of property.
Peter Ivanovich also has a chat with Praskovya Fedorovna, Ivan's widow, who puts on a spectacular but rather unconvincing display of tears and then promptly asks Peter how she can milk Ivan's death for all the pension money it's worth. He decides to meet Schwartz for a game of bridge. ایوان ایلیچ مانند مالته در طلب آگاهی بود،آگاهی از تجربه مرگ،یعنی تجربه ای که موجب بیداری انسان از شب غفلت شود. فسوسا كه چه دير است! And none of them knows or wishes to know it, and they have no pity for me. With that thought, his pain disappears. Then, still talking of the distances between different parts of the city, they returned to the Court.
The youngest son was a total failure. His character goes though ups and downs, is well rounded and relatable. When Peter Ivánovich feels he's been crossing himself too long, he stops and looks at the corpse. Also: if you have the time, please watch — a film based on the book, one of the best examples of what films should be all about! Tolstoy confirms our perceptions of where end-of-life intervention should occur. يبدأ في معاملة عائلته بقسوة لانه يشك انهم يتمنون رحيله، فهو يكرههم لذلك.
Unfortunately, however, that passion will prove too much for him. In Leo Tolstoy's The Death of Ivan Ilych, awareness of his impending death compels Ilych to think about whether his life had meaning. Yo estaba acá, y ahora estoy yendo hacia allá. While Tolstoy's story is deep and multilayered as to symbolism and interpretation, the fact remains that we observe the physical and spiritual suffering of a man who is timeless. Noticing this, Peter Ivanovich was immediately aware of a faint odour of a decomposing body. The narrator Leo Tolstoy, in an attempt to exemplify the importance of accepting death approaches the subject in a way that all of us can understand.