Crime and Punishment (Paperback)

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Immerse yourself in the dark and psychological depths of Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky. Follow the tormented Raskolnikov as he grapples with guilt, morality, and the consequences of his actions in this gripping masterpiece of Russian literature.

A gripping psychological thriller!

  • Fyodor Dostoevsky's compelling exploration of guilt, redemption, and the human psyche
  • Gripping portrayal of a troubled protagonist caught in a web of his own crimes
  • Examines themes of morality, justice, and the nature of evil
  • Richly drawn characters and an atmospheric setting that immerse readers in 19th-century Russia
  • A timeless classic that delves into the complexities of the human condition with unparalleled depth and intensity


About the Author

"The most important Russian author of his time, Fyodor Mikhaylovich Dostoyevsky (also spelled Dostoevsky) was born on November 11, 1821, in Moscow. From a young age, he was introduced to literature by way of fairy tales and folk tales narrated to him.
After completing his studies, Dostoevsky became a sub-lieutenant. In 1843, he began to work as a lieutenant engineer. His first piece of writing, a translation of Balzac’ s Eugé nie Grandet, was published in the same year. Poor Folk, Dostoevsky’ s first novel was published in 1846.
Between 1846 and 1849, Dostoevsky wrote works that were face-paced narratives. His short stories were featured regularly in Annals of the Fatherland, such as ‘ The Landlady’ , ‘ A Weak Heart’ , and ‘ Wild Nights’ . Dostoevsky also published a monthly magazine Vremya under the editorship of his brother. Borne out of Dostoevsky’ s traumatic experiences and the misery of his general life and constant poverty, sprung out his masterpiece— Crime and Punishment. Dostoevsky wrote many other notable works such as Notes from the Underground (1864), Idiot (1868-69), The Possessed (1873), The Adult (1875), and The Brothers Karamazov (1881), which was his last work.
On February 9, 1881, Dostoevsky breathed his last after he suffered multiple haemorrhages. "

Product Details
ISBN: 9789386538055
ISBN-10: 9386538059
Publisher: Fingerprint! Publishing
Publication Date: August 1st, 2017
Pages: 584
Language: English