I think this was the most rewarding novella I have read so far. The reporter demonstrates convincing visions into a thorough range of human emotions. The novella reminds me that most of humanity is capable of chaotic wickednesses and selfless dignity. Dostoyevesky's copy of humanity is pessimistic and emphasizes our "underbelly", yet, he romantically offers a redemption to our shared stupidity with casts like Alexei that remind the good title role of us to love and re-awaken our dignity to live with loyalty and unselfishness. I enjoyed Dostoyevsky more than Tolstoy for his darker philosophical lines from casts like Ivan and Kolya. I loved the Karamazov's father. He is ridiculously nasty. He is bluntly egocentric and its a thrill to read him wallowing in his buffoonery. I loved the contrasting lines of reasoning of Ivan's Atheistic rhyme and the following chapter on Zosima's changeover to Christianity. The theme of destruction and pandemonium are especially rewarding in providing a backdrop to our shared wickednesses and depravity. For the past couple of weeks upon dawn my book-learning throughout until conclusion, the novella always stirred deep rewarding emotions. Sentiments of respect, concern, and compassion seemed to accompany each book-learning. Twins Karamazov is droll, philosophically challenging, emotionally stirring, morally engaging, and psychologically enlightening. It has a fantastic exciting locate. It has masculine compelling casts. Finally, the lines...the lines ought to be read like scripture. Its packed with use and perspicacity. Twins was incredibly rewarding. I want to reread it again and again.