Crime and punishment by FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY
The main ideas of the novel "Crime and Punishment," the writer harbored for a long time, perhaps even from prison. Social motives got it a philosophical depth sounding, inseparable from the moral drama of Raskolnikov, "killer-theorist," a modern Napoleon.
The collapse of the individualistic idea of \u200b\u200bRaskolnikov, his attempts to become "master of fate," rise above "a loathsome creature" and at the same time to make mankind happy, save the underprivileged - a philosophical response to Dostoevsky's revolutionary mood of the 1860s.
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