Crime And Punishment – Fyodor Dosteovsky

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Chosen by Jo

Raskolnikov, an impoverished student tormented by his own nihilism, and the struggle between good and evil, believes he is above the law, and is convinced that humanitarian ends justify vile means. A Russian classic first published in 1866.

✔ “Thoughts” – Jo

✔ “I was surprised to find I really liked this book. It sounds ominous but is actually engaging and entertaining. The crime is committed early and though shocking, is examined from every angle throughout the rest of the book as Raskolnikov himself tries to understand it and seeks redemption in the form of punishment.” – Rachel

✔ “Thoughts” – Suzy

✔ “Thoughts” – Sophia

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Published 1866
The Russian Messenger
574 pages

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