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Crime and punishment by Dostoevsky was such a journey filled with emotions.I wanted to start this year by reading the difficult/famous classic novels and crime and punishment was that choice .This book took me to a journey in the street of St Petersburg thats filled with so many unfortunate lives. in my opinion that portrayed how the life was in Russia from the difficulties of learning and the extreme poverty of the money and soul. The novel opens up to the character Raskolnikov who’s a dropout
Masterpiece. It's amazing how a novel from 1866 discusses topics that are astonishingly relevant in 2021 (politics, philosophy, social inequalities, religion, etc.), and it accomplishes that through profound psychological insights and conversations between a diverse group of characters. Not the most uplifting read in the middle of a pandemic, but definitely an inspiring one that depicts in great detail the reality of human nature, the importance of discussions, and the outcomes of rationalising
This book is the literary experience of a lifetime. Rodion Raskolnikov is one of the most complex and deep characters in classic literature.The story is so carefully crafted that the climax chills the blood in a way that will remain with you forever.
The book was good but I would not read it again because I did not understand much of its content besides it was not until the end that I completely understood it, I was struck by the "romantic" part but for the most part it was a tortuous reading. Maybe because I was sent to read at school ...
It was like a Dilemma, the real feelings behind Rascolnikov actions. Wonderful psychological novel. LOVE IT
Shining and unexpected ending; too optimistic... if we´re talking about Dostoievsky. Stuning narrative which avoids get too deep on details.
I loved the story, the uncanny character raskolnikof and the mystery. But I didn't quite feel that the ending was appropriate. Because I feel that it gives the idea that even though Raskolnikof got to pay for his crime, he ended up without regreting his actions, like he was one of the people that were allow to kill. And even if Aliona Ivanovna kind of deserved to die (according to the rumors) that wasn't reason enough, besides he killed another human being who had done anything wrong. Furthermor...
So identified with Rodia. Maybe I need someone like Sonia in my life. Delicate and honest, one who can hold my ups and downs. In my opinion, the book has some of the best quotes I ever read. It's so deep. Not hard to read but fucking large.
Great book, hard to put down. Reads like a crime novel.
To me it was mind blowing, the psychology of a first murder, something I thought about a lot, and finally got some answers.
This is long but totally worth it, Raskólnikov FTW! A classic, go read it.
When you think you are a super human, you are above the law & allowed to do whatever it takes for the progress of the human kind. Yet, Guilt eats you alive!
Dostoevsky wrote the most beautiful novel ever
i love it ..
i think it’s very important
Logic can justify everything.
I felt anxous after reading it
I'm not enthusiastic about it, but Is good.
an excellent piece of work, it can give your mind a bit of push for existential crisis.
Impressive, review after finishing the second book
Focus on the name if you don't want to forget the characters
Again, one of the best novels Dostoevsky ❤️