Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Call number and location: PG3326 .P7 C6 1998 | Melville Library Main Stacks
eText: Crime and Punishment, provided by Project Gutenberg
Possible Paper Topics:
- Despite his crime, does the author intend Roskolnikov to be viewed as a villain?
- Defend or dispute Rosholnikov’s theory of the ordinary vs. the extraordinary man.
- Explore the significance of the Story of Lazarus, which Sonya is asked to read aloud.
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