The landlord’s daughter, who has no surname and lives next door to Fyodor Pavlovich. After Fyodor’s death, she moves into “a tiny, lopsided log-house.” She used to get soup in Fyodor’s kitchen and listen when Smerdyakov sang and played the guitar. She lives in a log-house, which is “almost a hut,” with her mother and the deathly ill Smerdyakov, who moved in with them after Fyodor’s death.
Maria Kondratievna Character Timeline in The Brothers Karamazov
The timeline below shows where the character Maria Kondratievna appears in The Brothers Karamazov. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Part 2: Book 5, Chapter 2: Smerdyakov with a Guitar
Part 3: Book 8, Chapter 3: Gold Mines
...Dmitri then goes to Fyodor’s gazebo, looking for Smerdyakov. Finally, he goes next door to Maria Kondratievna ’s, where he hears about Smerdyakov’s illness. He also learns that Ivan left for Moscow... (full context)
Part 3: Book 9, Chapter 2: The Alarm
...moving. His white shirt was soaked with blood. Marfa rushed away, horrified, and went to Maria Kondratievna ’s. Maria recalled that she had heard a “piercing cry” from the Karamazov garden before... (full context)
Part 4: Book 11, Chapter 6: The First Meeting with Smerdyakov
Part 4: Book 11, Chapter 7: The Second Visit to Smerdyakov
Smerdyakov has been discharged from the hospital. He lives with Maria Kondratievna and her mother now. When Ivan sees Smerdyakov, he concludes that he’s recovered “completely” because... (full context)
Part 4: Book 11, Chapter 8: The Third and Last Meeting with Smerdyakov
Part 4: Book 11, Chapter 10: “He Said That!”