We Are Not Ourselves - Chapters 66 - 70 Summary & Analysis

Matthew Thomas
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Chapter 66

Connell has to rush to class so he’s not late. He had stayed up all night trying to finish “Crime and Punishment.” He’d drifted off in the morning and had to scramble to his eleven o’clock class. He is missing a lot of meals and wasting the money allotted for them on his meal plan. He has lost weight and is long and lanky. His gaunt appearance makes him look like he’s taking drugs although he’s afraid to try them. He has witnessed a screwed up brain up close and doesn’t want to take any chances.

Connell is called upon by the professor to explain what Raskolnikov’s motivation was for killing. Connell gave a thoughtful and insightful response that brought a smile to the professor’s face. Connell is suffering from sleep deprivation; he even...

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