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The novel is divided into six parts, with an epilogue. They have just arrived in Petersburg and are ecstatic to see him, but Raskolnikov is unable to speak, and collapses in a faint.

At Raskolnikov’s behest, Razumikhin takes him to see the detective Porfiry Petrovich, who is investigating the murders. As she leaves, Raskolnikov asks for her address and tells her that he will visit her soon.

The first half of the novel shows the progressive death of the first ruling principle of his character; the last half, the progressive birth of the new ruling principle.

Publicat pentru prima oara sub forma de foileton in revista Russki Vestnik pe tot parcursul anului romanul Crima si pedeapsa este o analiza psihologica a crimei si a implicatiilor sale morale.

He also informs her that he witnessed her son give the 25 rubles to “an unmarried woman of immoral behavior” Sonya. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Petersburg reflects the state of Raskolnikov’s mind. The Relationship of Fiction and Life. But it is only a prelude to his confession that he is the murderer of the old woman and Lizaveta.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Still feverish, Raskolnikov listens nervously to a conversation between Razumikhin and the doctor about the status of the police investigation into the murders: This compositional balance is achieved by means of the symmetrical distribution of certain key episodes throughout the novel’s six parts.

He gives her rubles, telling her she will need it if she wishes to follow Raskolnikov to Siberia. He wakes to find another complete stranger present, this time a man of aristocratic appearance. Raskolnikov refuses the money on her behalf and refuses to facilitate a meeting.


He sternly announces that a ruble banknote disappeared from his apartment at the precise time that he was being visited by Sonya, whom he had invited in order to make a small donation. With chaos descending, everyone is surprised by the sudden and portentous appearance of Luzhin. In the original Russian text, the names of the major characters have something of a double meaningbut in translation the subtlety of the Russian language is predominantly lost due to differences in language structure and culture.

When Raskolnikov asks him what his motives are, he laughingly replies with direct quotations of Raskolnikov’s own words, spoken when he was trying to explain his justifications for the murder to Sonya. Feeling renewed, Raskolnikov calls on Razumikhin, and they go back together to Raskolnikov’s building.

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Dunya is waiting for him at his room, and he tells her dotsoievski he will be going to the police to confess to the murders. The recurrence of these episodes in the two halves of the novel, as David Bethea has argued, is organized according to a mirror-like principle, whereby the “left” half of the novel reflects the “right” half.

An Experiment in Hermeunetics”. As Raskolnikov is about to set off in search of Svidrigailov, Porfiry himself appears and politely requests a brief chat. He demands that Dunya break with Luzhin, but Dunya fiercely defends her motives for the marriage.

His motives for the marriage are dubious, as he more or less states that he has sought a woman who will be completely beholden to him. Retrieved 24 August It is only after some time in prison that his redemption and moral regeneration begin under Sonya’s loving influence. The Garnett translation was the dominant translation for more than 80 years after its publication in Rosenshield, Gary Winter Though we don’t learn anything about the content of these ideas they clearly disrupt society forever and are seen as exclusively critical assaults on ordinary thinking: Crime and Lawlessness in Post-communist Russia.


Crime and Punishment is considered the first great novel of his “mature” period of writing. It coincides roughly with the story that Dostoevsky described in his letter to Katkov and, written in the form of a diary or journal, corresponds to what eventually became part 2.

She reluctantly accompanies him to his rooms, where he reveals what he overheard and attempts to use it to make her yield to his desire.


If Apple Books doesn’t open, click the Books app in your Dock. Luzhin takes offence when Dunya insists on resolving the issue with her brother, and when Raskolnikov draws attention to the slander in his letter, he becomes reckless, exposing his true character. Raskolnikov Rodion is the protagonistand the novel focuses primarily on his perspective.

Here I was in the right—nothing was against morality, and even quite the contrary, but they saw otherwise and, what’s more, saw traces of nihilism Dunya and Razumikhin marry and plan to move to Siberia, but Raskolnikov’s mother falls ill and dies. Donald Fanger asserts that “the real city In Polhemus, Robert M. Anna Snitkina, a stenographer who later became Dostoevsky’s wife, was of great help to him during this difficult task.

He is surprized to find an old artisan, who he doesn’t know, making inquiries about him.

At the crika Dostoevsky owed large sums of money to creditors, and was trying to help the family of his brother Mikhail, who had died in early In Crime and DostoiegskiDostoevsky fuses the personality of his main character, Rodion Romanovich Raskolnikovwith his new anti-radical ideological themes. Back at her room, Raskolnikov draws Sonya’s attention to the ease with which Luzhin could have ruined her, and consequently the children as well.