Dostoyevsky: Crime and Punishment Analysis
When I heard about this book for the first time, I wasn’t interested in it, mostly because it was part of the obligatory literature, wherewith it wasn’t supposed to be enjoyable.
But one night I was looking for some books. This one seemed to be quite impressive with its extent and I decided to give it a look. Although it wasn’t easy to read at the beginning, mostly because of generous amount of attributes, which sometimes disturbed, I enjoyed the description of the main character Rodion Romanich Rakolnikov and his relationship with other characters.
Raskolnikov, a drop-out student, chooses to live in a tiny, rented room in Saint Petersburg. He refuses all help, even from his friend Razumikhin, and plans to murder and to rob an unpleasant elderly money-lender, Alëna—his motivation, whether personal or ideological, remains unclear. …
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