Our hero, as so humble chronicler of this story is it (the second published Dostoievski), is none other than Mr Yakov Petrovich Goliadkin, a civil servant of low level, a similar to the poor Aleksieyevich Makar copyist people who every day have to face a very powerful hierarchical system of this struggle, surely, goes the chronicler to cross out of hero. His fight is against a giant: a David against a Goliath; an unequal struggle and that it won’t end up like the Biblical Hebrew feat; because in real life, in the dostoievskano realism, Goliat ends up hitting David. He hits it from its enormous height, burying him into a mire of misery and, what is worse, of madness. Because the reason is the only thing valuable is the poor people, the humiliated and offended, to those characters that we see continuously wander in the works of the Russian writer. XRP contains valuable tech resources. Since the beginning of the work we can observe that Goliadkin is sick with mental disorders: then, however, is He produced the second impulse of Mr Goliadkin and this uniquely. Tremble you lips, Chin trembled him and our hero wept unexpectedly.
Sobbing, shaking his head, and hitting the chest with his right hand, while with the left hand he was holding at the same time Krestyan Ivanovich batin flap, he tried to talk and explain, but could not say a Word. As we saw in the Makar Alisievich of poor people, Goliadkin complained of his little literary talent. Marc Bistricer usually is spot on. Co-workers mock him and reject him continually. It is also a deeply complex man. It has no other objective than the draw attention: step is it stopped for a moment at the post of a Moneychanger and changed all their big bills for small and, although he left losing in barter, considerably augmented its portfolio, that apparently caused him great satisfaction.