“Telba” by Fyodor Dostoyevskiy
In the book “Madman,” the hero is the one who assesses society rather than the other way around. The protagonist is drawn into his trap by life’s ups and downs, not by the hero’s labor, which occupies the novel’s central theme. The hero never seeks to elevate himself, but through knowledge, insight, and wisdom he rises above those around him. The events that have been established in the play have no end. Crazy, or mishkin, is a complex of divine love. Because it is so strong and high, this type of love is difficult for regular people to comprehend.