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White Nights by Fyodor Dostoevsky is a masterpiece of Russian literature that will immerse you in the emotions of a city wrapped in the ephemeral light of the white nights of St. Petersburg.

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Information White Nights

  • Author: Fyodor Dostoevsky.
  • Publication Date: 1848.
  • Main Characters:
    • Nastenka: The protagonist, a dreamy young woman.
    • The narrator: A solitary man who encounters Nastenka.
    • The stranger: A mysterious man who also crosses paths with Nastenka.
  • Brief Summary: “White Nights” tells the story of Nastenka, a young woman living in St. Petersburg, who encounters the narrator in the midst of a white summer night. Together, they spend four nights sharing their thoughts and desires, but Nastenka still awaits an absent love, the stranger. The story explores themes of loneliness, dreams, and human emotions.
  • Thematic Analysis: “White Nights” addresses themes such as loneliness, unrequited love, the pursuit of happiness, and emotional connection between characters. Fyodor Dostoevsky delves deeply into the psychology of his characters.
  • Historical Context: “White Nights” was written during the period of 19th-century Tsarist Russia, a time marked by political and social upheaval, as well as the increasing influence of literature in Russian society.