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Crimen y Castigo [Crime and Punishment] | [Fyodor Dostoyevsky]

Crimen y Castigo [Crime and Punishment]

En la novela que se presenta, se ve la mente de Raskolnikov, un brillante creyente en las ideas de que los hombres superiores tienen por ese hecho, permiso para transgredir las leyes y dentro de esa teorĂ­a comete un crimen.
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El mundo desesperado de un criminal. Invariablemente en cualquier encuesta que se haga sobre las obras maestras de la novela, figuran por los menos una del insigne escritor ruso Fedor Dostoyevsky, en especial Crimen y Castigo, que figura en esta edicion y Los Hermanos Karamazov. En la novela que se presenta, se ve la mente de Raskolnikov, un brillante creyente en las ideas de que los hombres superiores tienen por ese hecho, permiso para transgredir las leyes y dentro de esa teoria comete un crimen. Su odisea y su redencion a traves del amor de la prostituta Sonia y los intentos del inspector de policia de hacer confesar y arrepentirse al asesino, son la trama basica de esta novela que, como pocas, penetra en el interior del alma humana. La lectura de Fabio Camero resalta los instantes dramaticos que ella tiene.

In this novel we can see into the mind of Raskolnikov, a brilliant believer in the idea that superior men, by being so, have permission to transgress human laws and because of this theory he becomes a murderer.

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