Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-221) and index. Crime and punishment / Edward Wasiolek -- Philosophical pro and contra in Part one of Crime and punishment / Robert Louis Jackson -- Raskol'nikov's humanitarianism / Malcolm V. Jones -- Raskol'nikov and the myth experience / Roger B. Anderson -- Raskolnikov's dream in Crime and punishment / Raymond J. Wilson III -- The two faces of Svidrigailov / Frank Friedeberg Seeley -- Raskolnikov's confession / Gerald Fiderer -- Svidrigailov and the "performing self" / R.E. Richardson -- Pathological narcissism and violence in Dostoevskii's Svidrigalov / Giles Mitchell -- Raskolnikov's sexuality / Laura A. Curtis -- Motive and symbol : "Crime and punishment" / Richard Peace -- Crime and punishment / Alba Amoia -- "Why did I say 'women!'?" : Raskolnikov reimagained / Nina Pelikan Straus.
- LCC: PG3325
- Dewey Decimal: 891.73/3
- Language: eng
- Physical Description: xiii, 232 p. ; 25 cm.
- Dostoyevsky, Fyodor,1821-1881. -- Prestuplenie i nakazanie
- Dostoyevsky, Fyodor,1821-1881 -- Characters -- Raskolnikov
- Dostoyevsky, Fyodor,1821-1881 -- Characters -- Svidrigailov
- Raskolnikov (Fictitious character)
- Svidrigailov (Fictitious character)
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