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By Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Öykünün Hayalperest anlatıcısı, Petersburg'un "beyaz geceler"inde sokaklarda dolaşırken, Nastenka adında bir genç kızla tanışır. Nastenka da Hayalperest kadar yalnızdır. İkinci buluşmalarında aralarında bir dostluk doğar; Nastenka, Hayalperestimize, kendi yaşam öyküsünü anlatır: Âşık olduğu bir genç adam bir yıl sonra ona geri döneceğini söyleyerek Moskova'ya gitmiş, ama aradan bir yıl geçmesine karşın tek bir mektup bile yazmamıştır. Bu arada, Hayalperestimiz de Nastenka'ya vurulduğunu fark eder, ama duygularını gizler. Yalnızca 19. yüzyıl Rus edebiyatının değil, dünya edebiyatının en büyük yazarlarından Dostoyevski'nin 27 yaşında yazdığı Beyaz Geceler, sevecen, okuru sarıp sarmalayan, ama hüzünlü bir uzun öyküdür. Bir yanıyla romantik bir aşk üçgeninin, bir yanıyla da bir kişilik parçalanmasının öyküsüdür. "Dört gecelik bir aşk hayali" diye tanımlanabilecek bu küçük başyapıtı, Sabri Gürses'in Rusça aslından yaptığı çeviriyle ve Dostoyevski ve yapıtı üstüne ayrıntılı incelemesi eşliğinde sunuyoruz.

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Remue-toi avec impétuosité... plus... plus encore, si tu veux que je te compare à la vengeance de Dieu ; allonge tes griffes livides, en te frayant un chemin sur ton propre sein... c’est bien. Déroule tes vagues épouvantables, océan hideux, compris par moi seul, et devant lequel je tombe, prosterné à tes genoux. La majesté de l’homme est empruntée ; il ne m’imposera point : toi, oui. Oh ! quand tu t’avances, la crête haute et terrible, entouré de tes replis tortueux comme d’une cour, magnétiseur et farouche, roulant tes ondes les unes sur les autres, avec la conscience de ce que tu es, pendant que tu pousses, des profondeurs de ta poitrine, comme accablé d’un remords intense que je ne puis pas découvrir, ce sourd mugissement perpétuel que les hommes redoutent tant, même quand ils te contemplent, en sûreté, tremblants sur le rivage, alors, je vois qu’il ne m’appartient pas, le 46 droit insigne de me dire ton égal.

Par conséquent, une seule fois encore, je veux te saluer et te faire mes adieux ! Vieil océan, aux vagues de cristal... Mes yeux se mouillent de larmes abondantes, et je n’ai pas la force de poursuivre ; car, je sens que le moment venu de revenir parmi les hommes, à l’aspect brutal ; mais... courage ! Faisons un grand effort, et accomplissons, avec le sentiment du devoir, notre destinée sur cette terre. Je te salue, vieil océan ! Chant I, Strophe 10 On ne me verra pas, à mon heure dernière (j’écris ceci sur mon lit de mort), entouré de prêtres.

Il s’est retiré ! 53 – Je ne sais comment cela se fait ; mais, je sens les facultés humaines qui se livrent des combats dans mon cœur. Mon âme est inquiète, et sans savoir pourquoi ; l’atmosphère est lourde. – Femme, je ressens les mêmes impressions que toi ; je tremble qu’il ne nous arrive quelque malheur. Ayons confiance en Dieu ; en lui est le suprême espoir. – Mère, je respire à peine ; j’ai mal à la tête. – Toi aussi, mon fils ! Je vais te mouiller le front et les tempes avec du vinaigre. – Non, bonne mère...

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