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. I THINK THIS IS THE SADDEST BOOK I HAVE EVER READ I cried, and cried, and cried However, it was absolutely Amazing It starts with a completely inauspicious beginning and develops in to an incredible plot, with a climactic ending. ,. I m not sure which one I read first, but whenever I think of either, it immediately reminds me of the other The Count of Monte Cristo alongside The Gadfly Many things can be said about these two, but it s simplest to say that while Monte Cristo is romantic, The Gadfly is much closer to the reality.There are some similarities between these two the protagonists are perfect and pure in the beginning, but soon they re cheated and isolated many years from their previous lives love interests, families, belief sets.That s when the two novels seperate ways Dant s is blessed He happens to inherit piles of gold and gems, he makes himself noble, goes home, gets sweet revenge and wins back the girl who is now a lady In short, he fixes things right Meanwhile, the desolation twists and turns Arthur into this new man, who is almost a creature with violent tendency and deeply buried belief He goes back home with scars not only on his face and arms, but also in his mind and heart, a mistress, new name, new appearance and above all, his transparent hatred and secret love He is torn between the burning desire to believe again, and the despair the betrayal has brought him He dies a death that no reader can ever forget.I think while both novels are splendid, The Gadfly makes a much better reread than Monte Cristo due to its humane aspect. . Ethel Lilian Voynich , The Gadfly, 1897 . . B n kh ng n n mong i t m c b ng d ng con ru i n o khi c t c ph m n y D n gi n b i v hai l do th nh t n ch l bi t danh c a c a nh n v t ch nh Author, ch ng c con ru i n o c v th hai l con v t c ng ch ng m y t t p, n c bay l i g n th c n ph i l nh i ra xa n a l Ngh n n l th y m nh s p m c d ch r i Th m ch ng hi u c g m c n 2 ng i t cho m nh gi ng n Ng i th nh t nh b n bi t l nh n v t ch nh c a t c ph m n y, v ng i th hai l Socrates Nghi m nhi n n tr th nh h nh t ng v n h c v tri t h c c bi t gi tr.Ch c kh i ph i n i b n c ng bi t, Socrates l m t tay s v , su t ng y l u l ng ph ch s n s ng tranh lu n v i b t k v b t k v n g ng b b t v x t v i t i danh tuy n truy n ph n ng v i thanh ni n b o ch a cho m nh, ng t so s nh m nh nh con ru i tr u, c n x h i b y gi nh m t con ng a ang ng i ng c n th c d y N u con ng a m k p th c t nh th ng c s ng, c n n u kh ng th c ng gi ng nh con ru i, b con ng a ng i ng qu y u i m t ph t l toi.V y c ng bi t k t c c c a Socrat v c a Author r i nh C t Ngo i n i dung ch nh, t c ph m n y mang m u s c ch nh tr , t n gi o c ng nh v n h a C ng th m v i s u t c a d ch gi , n c n mang r t nhi u th ng tin a l v i n t ch Kinh Th nh T c ph m c ng kh ng qu nhi u nh n v t g p m t n u kh ng mu n n i l t Nh n v t ch nh l Author Hai nh n v t c vai tr k ti p l Gemma v Cha Montanelli Tuy v y s g p m t c a 2 nh n v t c ng kh khi m t n Ch t c ph m khi n s ph n nh n v t ch nh kh ng th kh c c, l i m t v i c i ch t Kh ng kh c g Sorates, c i ch t c a Author c ng ch a mang l i m t k t qu l c quan, t nh t l c gi v n ch a th y c m t th g mang t n th c t nh Kh ng nh ng th n c n k o theo c i ch t c a Montanelli Nh ng v n v v gi m m c n y t m th i kh ng b n t i y N i chung l kh ng d m b n.Nh ng kh ng th ph nh n r ng o n k t mang gi tr v n h c kh cao t c gi ph i nh i m ng s ng c a hai nh n v t ch nh m tuy v y n thu n ch l gi tr v n h c Kh kh nh m nh ch c n l m m t ph p li n t ng nh c ng th y o n cu i n y kh l n ti n P s Vi c t o ra m t b c th v o ng y cu i i c a Author k o theo k t c c m t m coi l m t s ki n c ch v i c nh n m nh, kh ng ng b n t m l m g D (FREE) ë The Gadfly ⛓ This Is A Reproduction Of A Book Published Before This Book May Have Occasional Imperfections Such As Missing Or Blurred Pages, Poor Pictures, Errant Marks, Etc That Were Either Part Of The Original Artifact, Or Were Introduced By The Scanning Process We Believe This Work Is Culturally Important, And Despite The Imperfections, Have Elected To Bring It Back Into Print As Part Of Our Continuing Commitment To The Preservation Of Printed Works Worldwide We Appreciate Your Understanding Of The Imperfections In The Preservation Process, And Hope You Enjoy This Valuable Book