Analysis of the novel " Oblomov "
«Oblomov" - a novel that in its gradual disclosure reflects the abolition of serfdom end of an era and the impossibility of normal development and personal growth in a prosperous time of serfdom.The following analysis of "Oblomov" novel visual proof.The main character is presented by the author as a collective image of man, who can not join after the service to any business and to answer the question: how to live?The novel "Oblomov" is a blend of romanticism with a weakened human mind, mental infirmity.
"Oblomov": an analysis of chapter 1
At the beginning of work, the author introduces the reader to the protagonist (Oblomov) and his household surroundings.
Applying the method of staged (staged) narrowing images Goncharov takes us first on one of the main streets in the city of St. Petersburg aristocracy, moving actions are to a large populous house, where we find ourselves in the home and "bedchamber" protagonist.
Untidy room meets both appearance and inner mood of the owner, where we discover that the "carpets were stained" and "clung as festoons Wide Web."And the hero himself - Oblomov is calling periodically, "Zahar!".And then grunt and knock "jumped off from a leg", there is a second character of the novel, the servant in front of us, and in a rather unfavorable light.Lackey for host Zahar Oblomov's home - not only the "faithful servant", he also acts as custodian of ancestral memories, another nurse.This author demonstrates, introducing a string of amusing everyday scenes as a result of communication with the master lackey.
Through rough, frank and undisguised hypocrisy manner of communication Zahara we meet negative traits Oblomov - and hatred of the work, and with a thirst for peace and idleness, and with a tendency to exaggerate the burden of their own concerns.
between the servant and the landlord clearly traced parallel: just as Ilya Ilyich Oblomov selflessly working on a plan, the waiter Zahar strongly demonstrates the intention to carry out general cleaning.Just totally do not believe that Zahar is double the landlord or simpleton lazy.It is not necessary for him to judge so superficial.
Life Ilya Ilyich as it proceeds in its special little world, which continually tolerate foreign invasion: too many people care about it.By the landlord knocked on the door and secular varmint Volkov, Penquin - fashion writer, zealous officer and businessman Sudbinsky Tarantyev even some "man of indeterminate age, with uncertain physiognomy."Petersburgers attracts apartment Oblomov warmth and softness of the soul of its owner.Even such a wretch like Tarantyev understands that in this house, he finds a "warm, quiet haven."
In fact, already in the exhibition is planned explanation of why Oblomov as the official was not successful.
We see that the "medium is not" devoured ", Wednesday precluded a" people, like the main character, which is, in fact, spiritually far above any of his guests.
Oblomov by the end of the first part of the novel is ready to change his old life.The hero is under the pressure of external circumstances in the form of having to move due to lower profitability of the estate.Only here the internal motives are more important.And before we will see the result of the efforts of the landlord Ilya Ilyich up from the couch, the author presents the argument for a special story about a child's character - "Oblomov's Dream".
Oblomov's Dream: analysis
episode in this passage we find the answer to the question of how cheerful and high-spirited boy Ilya Oblomov turned into a man, who did not want to know anyone or anything, okromya own cabinet and serve him a lackey.
Oblomov dream - a connection between the past and the present, predestination fate of the hero.Sleep shows how there is such a person as Ilya Oblomov, whose personality combines a good and nice features, as well as a complete indifference to events, the desire to complete alienation.
In a broader sense, the dream is the general state of the hero of the soul.Presented Oblomovka exists only to wake up in the morning and in the evening to sleep.And Oblomov runs into his office in the Vyborg and lack of freedom from the hassles of life, trying to find peace and measured.The hero is sure that only in a dream he has complete freedom and can command the meantime, if desired for a long time to see the resting place of the mother and move in "Area blessing."
Analysis Chapter 9 "Oblomov" shows that the hero tends to sleep, replacing them with a sense of freedom.As a metaphor for the life of the hero, "Oblomov's Dream" runs through the entire space of the novel, defining exactly what dreams spodvigaet "men to do among the natural world other, unfulfilled, and there look for reason and fun idle imagination or clues ordinary clutches circumstances and causes of the phenomenon is veryphenomenon. "
Analysis chapter 3 "Oblomov"
In this chapter of the novel, we see how Andrew Stolz Oblomov visits - a childhood friend.
already on the verge of falling asleep, Ilya Ilyich Stolz complaints of their own health: heartburn torments and barley overpowered.The doctor advised him to travel, but how common people will go "... to America and Egypt! ... Is it a desperate some who transcend life."Stolz same fear and arguments Oblomov incomprehensible and ridiculous.
Next Oblomov tells his friend about the letter the headman and demand rental housing mistress to leave the apartment.
Stolz, reading the letter, someone offers to act and sets out his vision to solve this problem.
But no, such is not for Ilya Ilyich.Changes to him worse than anything else.Oblomov did not believe that the changes will result as the conversion plan Oblomovka, he writes any one year.Ilya Ilyich are not able to make changes in their own lives, they cost him too much effort expenditure.
Thus, the foregoing of Goncharov's novel "Oblomov", the analysis of which you have just read, reveals the weakness of the human spirit and the crisis of being uncertain, miserable spiritual awareness of personality and humility with this.Summing up, it should be said that in our days you can find "Oblomoffdom", so that the problem described by the author, is still relevant today.