For these sins, I am now fated to read the classics long after I was supposed to read them. He receives a letter from his mother, Pulcheria Alexandrovna, about his sister, Avdotya Romanovna Dounia. Raskolnikov, an impoverished student living in the St. She is decisive and brave, ending her engagement with Luzhin when he insults her family and fending off Svidrigailov with gunfire. He is utterly unlikable: smug, arrogant, temperamental, condescending and self-delusional. Then they agree to go together and take suffering on themselves. Zossimov A friend of Razhumikin and a doctor who cared for Raskolnikov.
The descriptions Dostoevsky everything is simply incomparable. After his first business encounter with her, Raskolnikov becomes obsessed with the question of whether it is more just to let her live or to kill her and use her money for the benefit of the many who could use it. He leaves his family to Razhumikin, giving him full responsibility for their care. The root of Raskolnikov's family name comes from the Russian word for schism. You reason that feelings and relations are merely nonsensical. For these sins, I am now fated The problem with being a high school student with average intelligence is that you can get fairly good grades with fairly minimal effort.
So I started to pray. There's a somewhat clever police inspector investigating the murder, but the game of cat-and-mouse the blurb enticed me with fell flat pretty quickly, and there was nothing left to hold me. Recall how Dostoevsky indicated that Raskolnikov has subconsciously accepted that he will commit the crime, but that he has yet to full realize his intention to do it. While Raskolnikov barely manages to look directly at Porfiry, the latter has no problem meticulously studying Raskolnikov. Stricken by poverty and dogged to change his doom, Raskolnikov regards the idea of robbing an old pawnbroker on his way back to the closet apartment he resides as paying guest. And for us, too, in time there may come Redemption. I resented his mother when he did and I loved her when he did.
Raskolnikov returns home to find his mother and sister waiting for him. Up until this point, Tolstoy had basically taught me everything I knew about nineteenth century Russian society and its people. To use a Russian motif, he's a matryoshka doll of a character. Porfiry offers him to confess the murder on his own will and tells him that he is not afraid of Raskolnikov trying to escape. What filthy things my heart is capable of. Sonia follows him all the way.
Otherwise, wow, the ending was just brilliant--the drama of whether Raskolnikov would confess or not was drawn out masterfully. This is a fantastic book about the human spirit, about our deepest, darkest impulses, and shows that our own inner consciousness can dish out a far greater punishment than any legal system can. Even though he refused to believe that his friend could possibly be implicated in the murder, Razumihin finally comes to understand why Raskolnikov has been behaving so strangely. She was pale, but it was a healthy pallor; her face was radiant with freshness and vigour. The scholar who thinks he's a super-human and therefore above or aside from others is someone who I want to punch in the nuts, normally. While he somewhat disguises it under the pretext of talking about others, readers will know that the behavior he is describing has been exhibited by Raskolnikov repeatedly. I couldn't do it, I couldn't do it! Our highest cannot exist without our lowest.
He initially refuses it, but Razhumikin, who has been taking care of him, convinces him to accept it. Raskolnikov then resolves to confess to the police and starts to go to the police station. He is a dispicable person who uses every form of trickery to get to Dounia. Svidrigaïlov asks Dounia to be his and in return he would protect her brother and her mother from unnecessary problems. The reactions he has up to this moment point to how he has struggled with how he perceives himself and who he really is. He is angry that his mother is pinning all of her hopes on Luzhin, and Raskolnikov thinks Dounia only agreed to the marriage to save him and their mother. Raskolnikov enlists a policeman to help him protect the girl, and then offers the last of his money to call a cab for her.
Character Description Chart Raskolnikov Raskolnikov is the main character in Crime and Punishment. Though he grapples with the decision to confess for most of the novel and though he seems gradually to accept the reality of his mediocrity, he remains convinced that the murder of the pawnbroker was justified. بالطبع ملايين يختلفون معى و يفهمونها حقا. This theory removes the blame for the crime from the individual. No doubt if I made the effort I could see something special here, but it's like The Red and the Black - other people find the psychological melodrama truly fascinating, but to me, it's just melodrama, which I loathe. Crime and Punishment is the story of a crime and its eventual punishment. After awakening, he is terrified that the police will suspect him of being the murderer.
Sure, it has a lot about crime and punishment. He becomes, finally, content, because he finally finds love--real deep spiritual love for this woman who'd given up everything to live near his remote penal colony. Semyon Zakharovitch Marmeladov A drunkard who figures prominently in a bar conversation with Raskolnikov. After the mysterious death of his wife, he follows Dounia to St. It also doesn't help that it is obvious she is marrying him simply for the benefit of her mother and brother. In a letter from his mother, she writes that she fears Raskolnikov has ''been visited by the fashionable new unbelief.
Despite all this, Raskolnikov sees himself as an important thinker. What about the patetic Marmeledov; the the self-centered Luzhin; the drunken philanderer Svidrigailov? These were called capital offences. Prestupleniye i nakazaniye is a novel by the Russian author Fyodor Dostoevsky. To write a decent one, even harder. به نظرم آدم تا مثل راسکلنیکف نباشه، نباید این رمان رو بخونه و اگه بخونه، شاید خیلی رمان رو نفهمه. Raskolnikov has very few friends from the university, since most people thought he looked down upon them, but he is still on good terms with Razhumikin, who is also currently out of school but is saving money to go back. He also paints a truthful and sincere picture of different classes of the Russian society.
This is a very famous quote from the Bible in the book of John 11:25 that speaks about the redemption and resurrection for those who believe in Jesus Christ. Crime and Punishment was there in my hand every morning and night as I walked between my home and car, like a friend holding my hand to comfort and encourage me in my exhaustion. Porfiry has a reputation for being a very observant and capable detective, and so Raskolnikov hopes to use small details to remove himself from suspicion of the crime. No wonder this is a classic. However, if this moment is like the other, we know that his guilt will return and that this feeling of joy will be short lived. And how would they feel? This declaration marks a turning point in his character, but his crime will still continue to have power over him. He doesn't have money for food or for clothes.