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  • Page 2 and 3: Translator’s Preface A few words
  • Page 4 and 5: epilepsy, from which he suffered fo
  • Page 6 and 7: Part I Crime and Punishment
  • Page 8 and 9: stopped on the stairs, to be forced
  • Page 10 and 11: heavy dray horse, suddenly shouted
  • Page 12 and 13: copper. The little flats in such ho
  • Page 14 and 15: such cleanliness,’ Raskolnikov th
  • Page 16 and 17: or to do, but he did not himself qu
  • Page 18 and 19: a man who appeared to be an artisan
  • Page 20 and 21: us from the first moment, before a
  • Page 22 and 23: ken to a soul for a month. ‘Honou
  • Page 24 and 25: you, should he give it to me? And y
  • Page 26 and 27: face I seem to read some trouble of
  • Page 28 and 29: tained a situation…. I obtained i
  • Page 30 and 31: Ivanovna and she laid thirty rouble
  • Page 32 and 33: noise. The tavern-keeper and the bo
  • Page 34 and 35: Marmeladov broke off, tried to smil
  • Page 36 and 37: not? Tell me, sir, are you sorry or
  • Page 38 and 39: ‘Let us go, sir,’ said Marmelad
  • Page 40 and 41: it made a sickening impression. She
  • Page 42 and 43: word. The inner door was thrown wid
  • Page 44 and 45: Chapter III H e waked up late next
  • Page 46 and 47: came in late. It’s fine soup.’
  • Page 48 and 49: to open it in her presence; he want
  • Page 50 and 51: first indeed Mr. Svidrigaïlov trea
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    Dounia and I dared not even go to c

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    ived, and everyone knew that on suc

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    it, but Dounia explained to me that

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    his answer, and said that, of cours

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    don’t know, but very, very soon,

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    lignant smile was on his lips. He l

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    seems to be kind, as Dounia herself

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    ject also, though mother would deny

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    it! For one she loves, for one she

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    sister in ten years? What may happe

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    side. The girl was walking unsteadi

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    is, she does not look like a profes

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    out of this scoundrel’s hands! Wh

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    two or three years—a wreck, and h

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    had been obliged to give up the uni

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    And suddenly he realised what he wa

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    Raskolnikov had a fearful dream. He

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    tavern a number of big and very dru

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    do for her!’ ‘What are you abou

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    all his might he dealt a stunning b

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    there is no flaw in all that reason

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    knew all about Lizaveta and she kne

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    Chapter VI L ater on Raskolnikov ha

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    so on. The student chattered on, sa

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    on the right path; dozens of famili

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    he is always asleep.’ He got up w

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    amongst the linen stuffed away unde

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    for a single instant all that time

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    gives rise to the crime, or whether

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    avoid awakening suspicion. He scarc

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    And there was the fourth storey, he

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    Chapter VII T he door was as before

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    sounded like the truth; the old wom

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    senses. Leaving the keys in the che

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    time to take many…. He suddenly h

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    where there were spots of blood rub

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    floor, he suddenly started, and suc

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    ‘What?’ ‘Where she’s gone a

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    thumping with his heavy boots on th

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    move. Perspiration ran down him in

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    Part II 1 Crime and Punishment

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    himself on the sofa without undress

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    and the simplest power of reflectio

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    ing! Open, you stupid, wake up!’

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    pear that day at half-past nine at

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    smell and heat. The staircase was c

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    though not venturing to sit down, t

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    ‘and you’re smoking a cigarette

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    wildly at the smart lady who was so

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    author had eaten his dinner and wou

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    ‘Yes, yes. I perfectly agree with

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    sentenced to be burnt at that momen

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    too. He must have seized the interv

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    Chapter II ‘A nd what if there ha

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    on the way another idea struck him.

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    whiskered policeman to whom he had

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    He went up to Razumihin’s room on

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    into six, we shall make up a gorgeo

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    ack, he suddenly felt someone thrus

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    the fighting, wailing and cursing g

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    speaking to herself. ‘Blood? What

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    the sun shone into the room at that

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    egan, addressing Raskolnikov. ‘If

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    In a couple of minutes Nastasya ret

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    make him some raspberry tea,’ sai

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    at first sight?’ ‘No,’ mumble

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    ‘Yes, and you flew into a rage ab

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    emembered a minute ago.’ He stood

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    ‘Yes, you had a fine sleep, broth

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    that only because it has been worn.

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    pillows and for a minute or two sai

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    looked at them with glittering eyes

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    of your jokes! Zametov is no more t

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    the murderers—that was their logi

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    stayed in the house about ten minut

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    I was awfully frightened.’ ‘Wha

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    haven’t a shadow of doubt.’ ‘

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    ‘Oh, I see you are excited! Wait

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    Chapter V T his was a gentleman no

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    as though he heard the name of Pyot

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    Meanwhile Raskolnikov, who had turn

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    two storeys of rooms, let by a merc

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    into ridicule…. In a word, we hav

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    of which you are aware, become clos

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    of the civilised part of our societ

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    I saw you you were ill-disposed to

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    Chapter VI B ut as soon as she went

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    and his manner seemed strangely out

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    all had blackened eyes. He felt str

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    Razumihin was just talking of the P

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    metov on the shoulder. ‘I am not

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    ‘What do you mean? Understand …

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    ‘Can’t stand that?’ ‘Why, c

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    words and looks. ‘Very much?’

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    hysterical sensation, in which ther

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    ‘Stay,’ he roared, as Raskolnik

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    the middle, and leaning both elbows

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    ‘Very well then!’ he said resol

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    dressed up like a regular fashion b

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    ‘Of course.’ ‘Is the assistan

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    cisive word. But no sound came, all

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    he fell straight under their feet!

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    to take off his shirt, which had to

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    Katerina Ivanovna. ‘For God’s s

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    the crowd, ‘is it a spectacle for

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    out on his forehead. Not recognisin

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    All stepped back. The confession wa

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    ‘Perhaps those who have involunta

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    a faint cry ran up, embraced him an

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    ‘Who sent you?’ ‘Sister Sonia

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    By the way, Potchinkov’s house is

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    night. Will you take it? I got it r

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    to interest you; now it’s clear w

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    and sister clasped him in their arm

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    Chapter I R askolnikov got up, and

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    ‘Brother, think what you are sayi

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    hour earlier, while he was bringing

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    character! But I am a fool, too!

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    I am a man because I err! You never

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    at last, for we are on the right pa

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    she might be described as really be

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    en waited this time completely rely

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    ‘Of course, I am an ass,’ he ob

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    ut just let her see you can’t tea

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    know the character of the lodgings?

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    control one’s patients, how is on

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    At nine o’clock precisely Razumih

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    of late—and perhaps for a long ti

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    am sure that he might do something

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    a word from the moment they began t

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    my special respect to your estimabl

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    They came out into the street. ‘D

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    Chapter III ‘H e is well, quite w

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    they must be known to you. You are

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    how delicately he put an end to all

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    pendent on various morbid impressio

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    ‘A-a-h! Yes, I remember…. So sh

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    As he said this, he was suddenly ov

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    nikov. ‘No, he has not made Douni

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    ‘Rodya, Rodya! It is the same as

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    opening it, he suddenly looked with

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    he writes, of notorious behaviour (

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    Chapter IV A t that moment the door

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    finish his sentence. ‘Please sit

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    … and Katerina Ivanovna was very

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    ‘Heavens, Dounia,’ Pulcheria Al

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    ‘Then I will tell Katerina Ivanov

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    ‘Why, had you forgotten?’ ‘No

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    ing rather surprised. In the courty

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    not able to finish your studies, he

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    something unheard of! Why, I do bel

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    the Crown,’ Porfiry Petrovitch qu

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    down on the sofa and sat down himse

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    is here,’ he turned suddenly to P

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    vitch did not seem to catch those s

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    that tone? Yes, the tone…. Razumi

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    men will become righteous in one in

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    new clothes in fact that made me th

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    ‘What do you mean? That can’t b

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    to be controlled. To my thinking it

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    arise in the first category, that i

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    horror, is that you sanction bloods

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    ‘Well, you see … I really don

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    tion at the very moment he spoke th

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    Chapter VI ‘I don’t believe it,

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    to it. Damn them! Don’t be downhe

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    directly.’ ‘Where are you going

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    to a level with him, he looked at h

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    door and stood for some time in the

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    tive pleasure. ‘In the first plac

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    distance; his heart was beating; th

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    and everywhere below there were peo

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    Part IV Crime and Punishment

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    sense?’ Raskolnikov continued to

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    fact that there are cases when wome

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    not such a bear, you know, as you t

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    sea—you look at them and it makes

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    ‘No!’ ‘I thought I did. When

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    your elbow?’ I said. ‘Go away,

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    ‘Kindly allow me,’ Raskolnikov

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    iage. I want now to see Avdotya Rom

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    I came here without reckoning on it

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    Chapter II I t was nearly eight o

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    should we trouble? Of course if you

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    een utterly lost. Here, he is! Dmit

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    ‘Are you speaking the truth when

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    There were exclamations from all, a

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    er all this is explained and set ri

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    surname,’ he bowed politely to Ra

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    discussion of secrets.’ He got up

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    This last complaint was so characte

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    Chapter III T he fact was that up t

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    career and was now entering on a wi

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    visitations of Marfa Petrovna, wish

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    commodating and respectable old man

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    ‘Hurrah!’ cried Razumihin. ‘N

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    sage. ‘I knew you would run after

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    Chapter IV R askolnikov went straig

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    standing before her judge and the a

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    ‘Father. I was walking in the str

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    with me and set up a boarding schoo

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    And Sonia unconsciously clutched bo

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    ‘You say Katerina Ivanovna’s mi

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    Of course he knew that Sonia’s po

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    noticed it every time he paced up a

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    at the ‘unhappy lunatic.’ ‘Wh

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    Thou hadst been here, my brother ha

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    ing together the eternal book. Five

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    speak to you. If I don’t come to-

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    Chapter V W hen next morning at ele

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    ‘Ah, my dear fellow! Here you are

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    he could not resist an ironical and

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    hurry, it’s all nonsense. Oh, no,

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    with irrelevant questions (as you s

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    And if I shut him up too soon—eve

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    ‘It’s a lesson,’ he thought,

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    lawyer to know where he is, especia

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    fellow. You’re ill!’ and he was

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    imposed upon everyone and why? He h

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    ‘What a wily person you are!’ P

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    and in so doing pushing Porfiry bac

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    Rodion Romanovitch. You are in a pa

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    He was dressed like a workman and w

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    ‘I knew it!’ cried Porfiry, wit

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    well.’ ‘I don’t know what to

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    would have shown that, too. What wa

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    could not recall the face of the sp

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    to the ground, turned slowly and we

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    Chapter I T he morning that followe

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    and … stronger! They could not ha

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    person attacked and the other had v

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    his future children, or to acquiesc

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    ‘It’s all slander and nonsense!

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    ‘No, it’s only the second, real

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    me!’ ‘And you, of course, are d

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    ‘What do you mean by ‘more hono

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    ight…. Of course, I am convinced

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    patronage … but apparently your l

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    eturned to Katerina Ivanovna, overw

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    y considering you incapable of oppo

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    she might have been killed by circu

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    table could not have been laid exce

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    (he was really a discharged officer

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    wants everyone to consider that she

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    her, etc., etc. Sonia knew that thi

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    vere with him,’ she went on, addr

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    was still more offended, and she re

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    speaking with conviction of Sonia

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    her name was Amalia Ivanovna or Ama

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    too, that he had come upon some mat

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    something of the nature of a subscr

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    were in movement. ‘What!’ cried

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    up the note showing it to everyone.

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    sides, and Polenka—though she did

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    once, so that I did not forget you

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    knew no other language, so that he

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    let Sofya Semyonovna sit down besid

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    intimidated. Seeing that his accusa

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    orphans! Where am I to go?’ waile

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    elbows on the table and her face in

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    Ivanovna and the children and yours

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    sat down on the bed beside him and

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    ered clearly the expression in Liza

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    will follow you everywhere. Oh, my

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    stuff I am talking, eh?’ The thou

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    ‘It was like this: I asked myself

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    it’s the truth.’ ‘As though t

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    So it has been till now and so it w

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    committed a murder again. I wanted

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    what should I say to them—that I

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    He did not at first understand the

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    the children will sing and dance, a

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    Never, never had he felt himself so

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    even to touch her hand. ‘Afterwar

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    what to sing, began explaining to t

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    you only knew how stupid they are!

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    nicely and genteelly, that all may

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    She stumbled as she ran and fell do

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    away…. Och!’ Once more her parc

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    woman’s wasted bosom. Polenka thr

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    Part VI 1 Crime and Punishment

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    e said to be permanently thinking o

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    fin; Polenka was weeping. Behind th

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    determination. ‘Listen,’ he beg

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    ‘About me! But … where can you

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    ehind him, he suddenly opened it ag

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    another, as though forgetting the s

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    ‘Perhaps this will mean the end?

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    ‘I’ve come to have it out with

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    sider it my duty, so to speak. I wa

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    nary, how could I help being carrie

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    about your bell-ringing in your ill

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    seems, he remembered the venerable

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    elieve his ears. ‘Why, you Rodion

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    explanation. I don’t want you to

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    ‘The time will be shortened,’ l

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    not believe my word, perhaps you’

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    irritable impatience till he calcul

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    ascertain the facts, to waste time

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    through which he had come. The whol

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    obsequious. The door leading to the

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    thing. Someone may be watching you

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    intending to talk to you about anyt

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    ‘Quite so,’ Svidrigaïlov smile

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    ‘Upon my word, I am not,’ answe

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    this, Marfa Petrovna gave me a free

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    Svidrigaïlov looked at him attenti

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    exhortations, entreaties, supplicat

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    what I did then! To what a pitch of

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    word and annihilate all your suspic

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    what is called la nature et la vér

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    seized her and began whirling her r

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    And he walked to the right towards

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    tic affair. I’ve put it off till

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    job you are not fit for. Well, you

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    ‘Let us make haste away,’ Svidr

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    edroom leads into two perfectly emp

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    You’ve just seen him yourself. Wh

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    une théorie comme une autre. Napol

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    And as for the murder, he will do a

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    smile did not leave his face. ‘Yo

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    ‘A lie? Well, if you like, it’s

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    He took it out of the left pocket o

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    longing to the Vauxhall. It was mis

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    ter for him. Well, if it turns out

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    and therefore brought her fifteen t

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    led him at once to a close and tiny

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    He took off his coat and, wrapping

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    it’s a mouse,’ he thought, ‘t

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    that childish soul, had smirched th

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    outside in the rain, at last had ma

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    it. At last, realising that he was

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    Chapter VII T he same day, about se

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    that every author experiences the f

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    Besides, I shouldn’t believe anyo

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    Rodya, Rodya, you are not going awa

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    ing to see her. I don’t know why

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    ‘Ah, it’s not picturesque, not

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    ‘I am wicked, I see that,’ he t

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    less anxious while they were togeth

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    ‘What am I to her? Why does she w

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    I am becoming a baby, I am showing

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    had followed him then on his painfu

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    ‘Yes, yes, of course, Rodion Roma

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    quence, a post! I am married and ha

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    way upstairs to the police office,

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    Epilogue Crime and Punishment

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    had hidden the trinkets and the pur

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    Raskolnikov was at the university h

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    exandrovna gave such a turn to the

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    ing to Dounia’s marriage with Raz

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    stantly sullen and not ready to tal

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    II H e was ill a long time. But it

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    independently, broadly, and uninflu

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    who were just as contemptuous, a fo

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    one another. Each thought that he a

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