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Essay | Crime and Punishment: Debunking the Extraordinary Man

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Crime and Punishment: Debunking the Extraordinary Man

Summary: A look at the steps Raskolnikov takes in attaining redemption and debunking his theory of the extraordinary man in "Crime and Punishment" by Fyodor Dostoevsky.
A man who kills on principle alone, who would rather reside in the psychological prison of his own mind then debunk his own theory, and who completely dismisses religion until his darkest hour. Does Raskolnikov deserve to be redeemed? Is Raskolnikov worthy of receiving the honor and merit that accompany redemption? There are many things that play factors into whether Raskolnikov deserves redemption or not. What things have Raskolnikov done after the murder that might make him worthy of being redeemed from his sins. One thing that he has done is that once he realized that he was not an extraordinary man, he admitted to it and furthermore he accepted that fact. According to his theory, if he were an extraordinary man, he would not get punished for his crime, and if he were only an ordinary man, he would be. Once the...

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