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Written by: Dostoevsky

Translated by: Muhammad Farhat

Review: Hanan Milad

It revolves around an educated Russian professor who is not well off economically, who falls in love with an aristocratic woman who does not pay any attention to him and insults him in a way that raises the reader's concern about the validity or realism of the story. The story takes place in France.
With regard to gambling and gambling, the protagonist believes in himself that he can win a lot of money if he tries to gamble in the casino. The story describes the situation of gamblers in the casino and explains the casino game and the psychology of the gambling people there. It depicts a realistic picture of the social relations between the poor and the rich
The novel was written in a period of three weeks to be received on the deadline set by the publisher. The Gambler's novel is not considered Dostoevsky's most important work, but it undoubtedly sheds light on important aspects of the writer's personality.. Fedstoevsky was just like the protagonist of the novel, a gambler until he fell ill. He lost huge amounts of money at the gambling tables in Germany, France and Switzerland..and he was unable to get rid of this. The Scourge - as he called it - for many years, until he finally stopped playing in 1871. The novel came with

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Cover: plain cardboard

The size is 14.5*21.5

Pages 239 p

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