Haven't read anything by Lovecraft in a while, probably will make up for it today.>>7709
Oh, I like it quite a lot too, probably one of my favourite works by Dostoyevsky. I really enjoyed "ascending" of the narrative, both thematically and stylistically. Even the sentimental parts that Dostoyevsky usually overuses fit in naturually here. The way Dostoyevsky upholds the dreamy atmosphere throughout the whole story is astounding, too. The only thing that slightly worsened my impression was the part when the narrator talked about the fall of the society from his dream. In my opinion Dostoyevsky sort of besmirched it by making it a bit too detailised and drawing too obvious parallels with the society of our own. Being so trivially reality-driven, I think it made the narrative drop its trascedentness there for a moment. But otherwise the story is really great. I also enjoyed the cartoon you've linked, shame I hadn't known about it earlier.