The Brothers Karamazov - Study Guide Part II, Book Four, Chapter 1-7 Book Five, Chapter 1-7Part II, Book Six, Chapter 1-3 , Summary & Analysis

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Zosima is still weak, but rouses himself enough to speak to Alyosha. The monks surrounding the Elder speak of a miracle involving Madame Khokhlakov's daughter and children, and a visiting monk asks other monks their opinion. Father Ferapont is an opponent of Zosima, and speaks of devils and iniquity and is quite mad. But because Father Ferapont is a faster, the visiting monk tends to believe him more. Alyosha is still at the side of the Elder, but Zosima sends him home to be with his family, promising that his last words will be to Alyosha. In Chapter 2, Alyosha goes to see his father, who is in a foul mood. Fyodor 's only concern is that Grushenka...

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