Lvov Sergey Lvovich in the excerpt from the book "To be or to seem" raises the problem of redemption of guilt. The author tells the story of his friend. His mother was put in a hospital. Once he could not warn that he could not visit her. As a result, the mother was very worried about his absence, afraid that something had happened to her son. A year later she died, but a friend could not atone for his guilt. Sergei Lvovich also says that a moral misdemeanor is redeemed by action. The author raises the problem of redemption of guilt, calls for haste to correct evil. I agree with the author's position and give two examples as arguments for my opinion. In literature lessons, we often analyzed literary works of Russian writers.
My favorite is the novel by Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky "Crime and Punishment". The author introduces us to many heroes. Chief is Rodion Raskolnikov. A poor student kills an old woman and her sister Lizaveta, along with an unborn child. After that, Raskolnikov began to torment his conscience. At the end he made a confession and was sent to Siberia. The katorga was the atonement of Raskolnikov's guilt. If Rodion did not surrender to the police, then, perhaps, the moral torment finally tortured him. Another example is the story of Vasil Bykov "Sotnikov". The author tells about two guerrillas, who were sent on assignment. This is Sotnikov and Rybak. Eventually they are taken prisoner. Heroes behave differently. Sotnikov dignified death without saying the location of his detachment. The fisherman, under the awe of death, betrayed his comrades and went over to the side of the enemy. He can never escape, and his conscience will torment him all his life. The fisherman will not redeem his guilt. Thus, on the basis of the foregoing, I want to conclude. The problem raised by Lvov Sergey Lvovich, of course, is relevant in our time. A person should strive to atone for guilt, rush to correct evil.
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