Chris Quinn's Reviews > Crime and Punishment
Crime and Punishment
I read this book in law school and while tedious, did actually finish the book and thought that Dostoevsky's theory that there are people designed to commit crime and those that are not was interesting and somewhat based in reality. I have seen my fair share of Raskolnikovs (those who commit crime and then must assuage their guilty by telling what they've done) since reading this book and always think of Dostoevsky.
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