Review of Dostoevsky's novel ЂCrime and punishmentї (—очинени€ ≈√Ё английский €зык)
Heartbreaking and skillfully written, I thoroughly enjoyed Fyodor DostoevskyТs psychological novel, Crime and Punishment. The story set in Saint Petersburg and the plot centres on moral dilemmas of the main character,
askolnikov, who kills a pawnbroker for her money.
The book opens with description of mental suffering of
askolnikov. He and his family are extremely poor, so, his sister Dunya decides to marry a rich man Luzhin. She doesnТt love him at all but she is sure that their marriage can improve financial situation of the family.
askolnikov is very upset due to DunyaТs brave decision. He doesnТt want his sister to ruin her life for money. ThatТs why he dares to murder the pawnbroker. Anyway, after this murder the character doesnТt use stolen money.
He suffers from the committed crime.
One of the things I liked best about the book was the convincing story and descriptions of the city and weather. It creates very tough atmosphere and relates to
askolnikovТs mental condition. Fyodor Dostoevsky also creates a range of entirely believable
ussian characters as sickly and tired ex-student
askolnikov and always drunk Marmeladov, who spends his last money on alcohol. My only criticism of the book is that the author has a tendency to introduce too many new characters and names, so it was occasionally rather confusing.
All in all, if youТre a fan of psychological novels, youТll love this book. And if youТre not, I would still recommend it because Crime and Punishment is also a love story between
askolnikov and Sonya Marmeladova.
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