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David McDuff, introduction to Crime and Punishment, Penguin Classics, 1991, pp. 9-29.

Helen Muchnic, "Dostoyevsky's English Reputation (18811936)," in Smith College Studies in Modern Languages, Vol. 20, Nos. 2/3, 1939.

D I Pisarev, "A Contemporary View," in Crime and Punishment and the Critics, edited and translated by Edward Wasiolek, 1961.

Philip Rahv, "Dostoevsky in Crime and Punishment," in Partisan Review, Vol. XXVII, 1960.

Ernest J Simmons, introduction to Crime and Punishment, translation by Constance Garnett, Dell Publishing, 1959, pp. 5-22.

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