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keeping up from time time, either in patching granite, bingo, f as or the most intimate finale los angeles, i mean all a monocle. you need a not body that i'd say that i feel that dusty excuse, likeness is 250 meters long and covers 25000 square meters. the cam versus a wheat field and a brush stroke supplied by attractor and plow. i bought it because it to the future, you know, sort of the side of the, to the beach that the lender on my side. it the trip, the attic that k bus, the k value and the mocking on de la juice. you to see on a she capacious will be to care about about the and it will be a c k for a new stance that same precipitate by levied up boy tension laddie. yeah. last good point on point control lot. if it will be, you need to look at that that i got up in the future. dario gamble in says his art
is ephemeral. it doesn't last long and disappears in a few days, which can't be said about the impact that does the ascii himself has had on world culture needed to that need to be say, like a 2 grand, a pre call, a war and a book to yes, you could main screen thought a shot or not perform that would do it back and forth. so they've got a tray in a almost 22 to see the a fighter when i remember seems awful partuto bad a going literally all the time off c capital. perform the elevator, the main a russo button for a far back as well. no man, chris, the d o n a d. got it get bought that fat to play more than 50. maybe he caught that at probably not billy albury was he good and it gave offer to his info. annie
. nice. yeah. mm hm. what i fi, i, he nazi elijah, is a broker too. i mean by that. mm hm. i don't know if i call it a trophy. i think we all got him. when i guess that does make a tricky patrick weiss is holding a figurine. the prize he won at the annual dostoevsky games a contest for students from the leading universities in north carolina, which is among the main centers in the u. s. for study in gusting epsky. it was my last semester of college and i took a, a dostoevsky class. and the idea was just to, you know, read a few of those tasks, words that somehow they got so carried away by dostoevsky that his novels were given. new modern interpretations wrap allusions and video all inspired by his
novels, crime and punishment might be his most popular, even mainstream, novel, murder, money lending, blood, and redemption, fulford quite neatly into a modern music video. now this is the story all about how my life got turned upside down, though i'd like to take a minute and in any event, i'll tell you how i did a crime and how i got punishment. this video was literally made in a day with help from friends on the campus, but it brought patrick his victory in the dostoevsky. games such a clear and concise representation of the russian writers work is rare. thinker not to do and in my little says school and writing some stuff. when i dropped out of school then i got an idea and i thought it was good. i should kill a lady in my neighborhood. i grabbed one little axle heater straight ahead. next thing i know she and her sister a both i and i was just trying to may of find approachable version of the novel. they are skolnik av entrusting. i guess i felt that i,
i looked the part towards the end of my senior year. busy and you know, i just said like long back in my house, i dreamt the bell to deal with when i woke up did was in my room, kill it for the dialogue. did the guy that i sort of work together. and it was a lot of fun and we sort of just like did it didn't 2nd guess ourselves too much. and when i actually shared at the dust ascii games, it was, i was very embarrassed. i could hardly watch it myself. but now when i look back at it, i think it's awesome. i was just thinking i haven't thought about punishment for a while. my grade book, i just re read it and you should check it out again. and also just being able to read it at a slower pace. why didn't this one? he pretty much held on to the idea that he did it to like test his theory,
you know? and because he thought he might be like an extraordinary man that does yes games very unique, very, it felt really special like something like that doesn't happen regularly. like 35 people who are all young, but also interested in dusty of ski sick boys with a wicked dog tart so tight my body hurts. that's how notes from under ground. one of dostoevsky, major lex begins. it was published in saint petersburg in 18. 64 and re bone in the 21st century on the other side of the ocean. an experimental will say at
a group from philadelphia, carried dostoevsky leading character and the scenery to a ghetto in the western outskirts of the oldest city in the u. s. a. single story, america, small houses, countless anonymous streets and alleys resembling the yellow st. petersburg, dostoevsky portrayed in his novels. one of the courts that really stuck out to me that i really identify with her. i would now like to tell you, gentlemen, whether you do or do not wish to hear why i have never managed to become even an insect. i tell you solemnly that i wanted many times to become an incense, but i was not deemed worthy. even of that, this call comes out burling, that drives this character, the underground man, based on dostoevsky and scared in this online play. the lead character is not a retired government official from st. petersburg as dostoevsky wrote, but a black police officer whose work too long for
a system steeped in violence and racism. oh man, when i was on the full i was like leisure amy sick. and now i'm living all my life in my corner on the internet, taunting myself with this spray for future oh, constellations that it's even possible for an intelligent black man to become anything in this city in this country. ah, bully whom he come. anything in a system built? oh, yes sir. it's elegant black men of the 21st century must either sit down or shut on. the image of a small, resentful and oppressed man in notes from underground has become particularly relevant to a new generation of black people fighting for their rights. the concept of a hero isolated from the outside world and fighting an internal battle came in the wake of the pandemic. we wanted to do a,
a whole season of shows around isolation to match are at the moment of being in isolation due to cove. it in a reflect the time that we're going through. and that's kind of the cool thing about this adaptation of just overlaying those different given circumstances of like okay, no more 19th century 21st century. i was like, oh wow, this is really easy to recontextualize because yeah, they and they talk about politics. how like a man's perspective and how he treats a woman with the story was inspired by events here in philadelphia. in may. 1995 usaa authorities destroyed a whole block with explosives while storming activists from move the fringe group that advocated living with nature opposed. technology and medicines and campaigned against animal abuse. the events of 1985 in philly drove our character into hiding. and then he resurfaced at this new
age of protest. and one of the characters in the play lies i, who and the dusty ascii version is a prostitute in our version. she was an activist. and she lived around this neighbourhood, and he goes to check on her kid unseeded things up as a woke me up to a difference in assistant things i had told him to ignore the sneaky belie the abuse. totally horrible things to move became as soon as the side of usaa authorities, black hippies who rejected the system regularly disrupted local government proceedings, gave shelter to drug addict and eventually started taking up arms. it was finally decided that the group had to be dealt with for good. the operation to evict move ended in tragedy. a residential area was bombed and the resulting fire destroyed dozens of houses. mm tear. days, kids disney shows, kind of scream here,
riding with fire. everywhere is still still the sound of bullets. posley. 61 houses are be decimated. everyone in the house did. mm. well we are walking to the site of the move bombing. so this is where the house actually sat. ah, was young. i was young at that time, but it's about to remember hearing about just wanted news and how it affected me. and how it still bothers me today because it didn't have to happen. what is america?
our carrots is more sober hero as opposed to go step skincare. ah, what is the human struggle i can really identify with that struggle. i mean, both pieces are kind of a protest. he's like dust. a ascii was kind of commenting on the russia of his time . and with our piece for commenting on the philly in the united states of our time, which i mean human nature never changes. ah
yes, me oh, look where it is that will i, lisa typically is only 9, but already diversity. students that away and rational a new, much appointment that yep, you got the last, there's dos the deal to get it and i am local to able to go but oh yeah, but that it's a little meeting. could i pick them up? yes. so the last 8 months yahoo, come come, no recalls to see me. it's just such a stretch cuz i knew now bush night nebraska is not porcelain. will your special? but i will for yeah, my is what i say the 1st way and of course it was certified that was to get to him was in your mind it was something that it was if the w 30 was as much color, but he, i knew it with soon losing credibility to do to put a good when you most of judge the dual credit for his teacher was also reason is bernice will come with it.
over the past 2 and a half years, russia, nato of agreed on very little if anything, however, both agree to me for a high level meeting and they did in brussels, both sides made their case. nothing was really resolved lots of words. what happens next? maybe actually join me every thursday on the alex simon, sure. that i'll be speaking to guess of the world of politics. sport business. i'm show business. i'll see you then. mm. yell lease was nice, yet only cheer lest sam have blogger ilia young theater. let her see you just yet over you. yo bravo saga. now get every jelly ocean cristo. you're still navea. please just hear soft sheets. yeah. i see. it was no accident when eliza lena,
students from north carolina, read a specific passage from dostoevsky. demons, the 200000 adversary of the great writers both coincides with another milestone. 150 years ago while traveling. he was finishing one of his least known, but perhaps most significant works. and i think within this book in particular, i found it very rewarding to read in the sense that i can find any reflections within myself and within real life to day. clicking on the essay, the younger generation is kind of always hating on the older generation for being wrong and better about it. and that older generations kind of always looking down upon that he's not like diaz with a lot of kind of like fear that there, you know, tradition traditions are gonna be upgraded. so i think just like all these rooms are very apparent throughout time, i don't imagine they'll ever stop being renovated and there was,
have been relevant. dostoevsky conceived demons as a small pamphlet. critical of the near lists and radicals of the day, the new generation that rejected the established social order. but he ended up writing quite a weighty tone. a political thriller, satirical pulp, fiction, religious drama, and existential tragedy, or in one mm. how this reading felt for you between tuesday and thursday, are you getting more engaged in the novel? are you carrying more about these characters? now, when you were before the plot of demons is discussed at workshops, among students at duke university, one of the most prestigious in the united states, almost a contemporary of dusty ascii himself. duke university was founded in 18. 38. it's known to day, not just for teaching medicine, law and business, but also as one of the world's leading centers for the study of russian literature . is peter a revolutionary? is he a socialist?
right, he does have political goals as you're saying right? he was manipulate. several again, he wants to destroy things. he hates old forms. like god confessed karmazin arvin. he doesn't really want to create anything new except just to store everything, puts the rogue and and talk professor carol apollonia of duke university is a renowned american expert on russian literature who's published many books and research papers. despite her broad knowledge of the subject, she admits that she re discovers dostoevsky every time she reads his work. when i teach these books that moved me so much, i read them again with my students almost every time. every time i teach, i think, well maybe i should stop reading the book again and instead of read more about the book, just ask it always draws me back and he says, no, he says, read me. read me again, read me with your students and not. and then we'll have a real conversation every time i read, i'm learning new things. dusty ask is work written in the 19th century is now
reinterpreted by her students. perhaps surprisingly, while reading demons, for example, they don't only see mountain life parallels that also associations with certain politicians go there is trump, for sure we will, is trying to change his mind is trying to consider his opinions based on what this person is said. i think what this these books have for us is this kind of a tire of timeless warning be think about what we're doing to ourselves to our environment, tor souls. caution ourselves, think it gets what the stay of ski wants to tell us. he always says, all of his character, sick stuff, rogan or pewter step on sada, or sonya, and crime and punishment. beg forgiveness. that's what you have to do. you can be saved, you can better yourself. you can be improved in one way to think about that is the death penalty. i execute people because we think that they're not worth keeping
alive anymore. regardless of the fact that it's more expensive than our system to execute someone that is to keep them alive. we do this because we think people are either undeserving or incapable of rehabilitation. they've done something bad and now they can be thrown away like human trash and dusty ascii says that's not true. even the murderer rascally cough can be sent the way to prison. he can read his bible, he can be saved by sonya and he can be better. dostoevsky was a witness to that himself. and thus i ask, is not the guide to make you sit silent. he is, he's the guy who will bring out your opinions and even in just using his text, always to reveal who you are and what you believe is such a useful exercise. you know, i felt that i learned a lot about myself in reading his books. so much like therapy therapy session that was written 200 years ago when the language you don't, don't understand in
a culture that you've never met. yeah, well, i'm believe professor carol, apollonia maintains, it doesn't matter if you read dostoevsky is books in the original language or at translation. he is reliable anywhere in the world in any language. perhaps that's why dostoevsky is the most translated. russian author, translation is actually not something that takes away from the original work. it's quite the opposite. the translation is something that actually increases the power of a work of literature expands its range around the world. but there's one particular passage that professor apollonia prefers to read and russian. what a scone the cuffs dream in the crime and punishment. epilogue what dostoevsky wrote back in the seems century isn't just relevant today. it's more like a prophecy. ah, you more good. he has a list belizean you would to vis mira so young, gentle cocora just rationally nicely friendly in the ve than they more avoid. yes,
yes it do. she's go bingley as in europe. yeah. those anybody pa give notes, chromium yucca thought of this money, nor gave ease, but in the rascal nika, is now in prison up paying for his crime of murder. and he falls ill and, and he has a dream. and his dream is a dream about these microscopic sort of both something like bacteria, these tree hiena that have affected the entire world. and when i, when i read this, i think about our pandemic, which is a disease. but it's also tied up with the, the other sort of divisions and stresses that are, that our world is suffering today just as he is really relevant today. and the idea that his writing is, is sort of writing of extremes on edges and his for him, the theme of apocalypse, the point at which you know, the world is threatened with ultimate destruction. his message, i guess in his works about how people's intellectual concerns are,
divide them from each other, i think is absolutely relevant to the way our political world has been developing. recently china, a country that's always had a unique culture with its own morality and customs. dostoevsky, novels like chinese characters, can seem indecipherable to europeans, but the great author's popularity here is clear. his novels are published and republished almost every year, and many have multiple translations. or this one the tissue. hi, sure. it will deliver the file per year for since it's english hoping push a fit home. you should just replace it with metallic back then say 20 ounce our sense. oh the dies you're driving. yeah. sure. hope the otisha dosher or sheila get up on top. so it, since and immune by the off how they sure they all chance. yeah. was issue. i don't,
i was your fall a daughter timley among club dawson angle authors will go on. you should, you are gonna show credits shoshone nominee that, that'd be under hotel on, on the, on your social with your gentlemen here to utah mulash. what is your hunch? ha, nancy. in fact, it turns out that chinese people don't just know dostoevsky, but each of his characters too, by name, to celebrate the $200.00 anniversary of the writers birthday students from various chinese institutes got together and staged the brothers karamazov, the novel that rather encapsulates the writer's whole life, dostoevsky finished it just a few months before he died. oh, yeah. oh wow. wow. wow. everyone's heard just i guess. even if they haven't actually read him, many chinese admit that the russian classical writers, dark tones don't exactly resonate with their views of life. however,
it turns out that even there you can find color or had some of your own. i says yeah, that was your yellow bag now. like for me as well as oh yeah, yeah, joe. sure. yes i yeah. how can i go no sound. hello. hello. hey jan. the chance with hi again. so i'll just say, yeah, do you have a clue? roscoe, nicole hat sonia mom, a lot of us shall all michigan's coat just a ascii, a renowned dandy and follower of fashion, who used the best st. petersburg taylors paid close attention to his heroes, clothing, and viewing at the special meaning for the 2 hundreds anniversary. a group of st. petersburg artists put on an interactive exhibition of illustrations which is
a bit like a coloring book. walt and where to draw on dostoevsky is an individual decision. ah, go street. it's named after dostoevsky once had a different name. no, via bush a duncan, fyodor dusty ascii was born here at the marine sky hospital in a wing for the poor, where he lived for almost 16 years. this is where he 1st imagined the heroes of his future novels. but one small museum commemorating the writer became a huge exhibition for the big 2 hundreds anniversary you mercy. with 3 flaws of personal belongings, manuscripts and video installations. dostoevsky moved from here to st. petersburg. whole life lay ahead, forced labor temptation. the search for meaning only later will crime and punishment demons than the brothers karamazov come to light,
but it all started here. 2 centuries later, we still live with the reality of dusty excuse weld. we're all his heroes, all over the world. ah ah . ah, i now we have the cigarettes, i was just heard that it was a healthy alternative to cigarettes and do we trust tobacco companies with their message that these new products are actually going to reduce these sugars are
making the tobacco up and deliver to ah, we have recently of course, the un, sorry, didn't the united states talking about human rights talking about press freedom. if you go to the tool, you go to another word, she's going to be christian. you cast out on the one hand we believe in press freedom, but on the other hand, with julia massage, i think the united states use try. she's really like someone to be really mad about the caching. turning here in australia where people just don't understand them. right, well this is a price fixing is the problem. if you want a free market,
you've got to let the market be free. you can have half of the market free, and then half the market fixed. do you end up with the problem that we have today? a with so called enhanced interrogation techniques used by the u. s. officials were basically designed as techniques to break down the human mind. if you
force a human being to stay in a certain position doesn't take very long to the pain involved to become absolutely excruciating. but nobody lean finger on you, you are doing it to yourself. and we started adopting those techniques when i was stationed in mosul. among them were stress, possession, sleep deprivation, and using hypothermia. there's already beginning to be evidence that these old techniques are now being used on immigrants and children, whatever you do or more me comes home. nobody has been held accountable for the torture that happened in the past and the moral authority, the made america awarded or sacrifice for the shimmer of effective interrogation. while our officers are facing increasingly dangerous environments, we are seeing
a growing debate about so called warrior cops. the term that i've heard in the militarization of believe this is an amazon vehicle we acquired through the 1033 program and very free program with the government program that follows military property that is no longer use to local law enforcement. with building an army over here and i can't believe if people aren't seeing those thing and agency all of us here. yeah. think of terry's any, cuz this again, if you live in a hand, you have to deal with ohio practice. who you putting in a uniform cover bands is a powerful thing. is sometimes like money in play tricks and people mind a big gun. the bad news. wolf is out the door very bad, johns are coming. good news. you have job security because the world desperately needs that you have a good for a, with
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