Anger is one of the deadly sins that could lead to vengeance. Look at Aksionov, after suffering for 26 years, he felt inner peace when he forgave his enemy. Non-existance of God due to the harsh and unfair life lived by Aksionov Why would God send a good, happy, innocent man who loves life and has a family who depends on him to live a miserable life in the freezing cold of Siberia where he would eventually die? For the love of God, forgive me! In 1851 he joined an army with his brother in caucasus. As for you, Gran'dad, how did you come here? She told him of things at home, and asked about what had happened to him. He is visited by three different poor strangers, each needing the cobbler's help, but not Jesus.
By the time Aksionov is released, he no longer wishes to go home to his family, but is ready to be with the Lord. When Aksionov awakens, he leaves for the fair, but is later stopped by the police. He drunk tea with him at the night and shared a room in the inn. One of the new convicts, a tall, strong man of sixty, with a closely-cropped grey beard, was telling the others what be had been arrested for. Semyonich threatens to kill Aksionov if he tells anyone. Makar Semyonich, the man who actually did commit the murder, is also sent to Siberia. The world's full of rumours.
It is as though the guilt cripples Semyonitch. Tittle: Throughout the tittle, Tolstoy wants to tell the readers the fact that reality can be hidden but one day it comes out. Do what you like with me; I am your hands. The title is ambiguous that makes the reader to read the story so as to find the ambiguity. We have proof of that spark in the great men and women, sung and unsung, who graced this side of existence. I meant to kill you too, but I heard a noise outside; so I hid the knife in your bag and escaped out of the window. As all evidences of the crime were pointing guiltiness of Aksionov, he was imprisoned.
The story also raises the question of punishment, by imprisonment, being a correct measure. He felt very sorry for he made Aksionov suffer for all this years. It would surely have woke you up. The prison authorities liked Aksyónof for his meekness, and his fellow-prisoners respected him: they called him 'Grandfather,' and 'The Saint. Aksionov loses his business, home, family, and freedom, but God remains at his side and knows the truth. In the evening the old prisoners collected round the new ones and asked them what towns or villages they came from, and what they were sentenced for. All that night Aksionov lay awake.
I dreamt you returned from the town, and when you took off your cap I saw that your hair was quite grey. He knows that after twenty-six years in prison he has nothing to live for. Enquiries as to his character were made in Vladímir. Makar said that he will confess to the governor so that Ivan would be sent free--back to his home. He drew his hand away, saying, 'I have no wish to escape, and you have no need to kill me; you killed me long ago! The thought of it all made him so wretched that he was ready to kill himself.
The merchants and other inhabitants of that town said that in former days he used to drink and waste his time, but that he was a good man. He rose and went away. And then he remembered himself as he used to be -- young and merry. And also how god creates the Universe. Temporal Things At the beginning of the story, Aksionov is defined through temporal things, including his business and his home, but also his family and his freedom.
I said I had only taken it to get home quicker, and had then let it go; besides, the driver was a personal friend of mine. At first she was not allowed to see him; but after much begging, she obtained permission from the officials, and was taken to him. It is also possible that Tolstoy is suggesting that in time the truth will prevail. Nothing could be more rewarding for Aksionov than the attainment of that highest and most pleasurable state of consciousness in which, the self merges with the cosmos by letting go of its 'ego', and thus becomes omnipotent and omnipresent, and nothing could be more painful a punishment for Makar, than 'flogging' his soul, for the pain he had caused to an innocent fellow being. Where could I go to now? In one incident in prison Askenov saves this person's life by lying to the authorities. Another Answer: In Greek mythology, Apollo was the God of sun, light, andtruth. Night fell and Makar went to Ivan.
Among the rest Aksyónof sat down near the new-comers, and listened with downcast air to what was said. Similar to empathy, the viewer is able to experience the artists ' emotions such as fear, happiness, love, and etc. Since Marker warned them if they declared anything, they would be killed. A men is sent to prison for a crime he did not commit. In the end, it shows that Aksionov, that was jailed for 26 years, did turned grey.
There he had suffered a lot. He would know were correct but this Aksionov have a sincere heart to forgive those who had made him suffer for over 26 years to. He did a good job of creating our sun too, since it isjust the right distance from the earth He did a great job withthat as well and is stable, unlike so many other suns we knowabout which have flares which regularly would destroy all life onthis planet if placed where our sun is. He is sentenced to be ''flogged with a knot'' and then imprisoned in Siberia for 26 years. His hair turned white as snow, and his beard grew long, thin, and grey. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.