Fyodor Mihayloviç Dostoyevsky: Suç ve Ceza; Suçu Kin, Cezası Sevgi olan Bir Gençliğe…
Lüleci; M. Hikmet (2016). Fyodor Mihayloviç Dostoyevsky: Suç ve Ceza; Suçu Kin, Cezası Sevgi olan Bir Gençliğe…. Koridor, 22, 4−13.
Lüleci; M. Hikmet
Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky: Crime and Punishment; For a Youth Whose Crime is Hatred and Whose Punishment is Love…
January - February, 2016
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This article examines the two primary themes which emerge throughout the narrated part of Raskolnikov’s life in Dostoyevsky’s novel Crime and Punishment. In this examination, the article highlights the multilayered nature of Raskolnikov’s crime and his eventual punishment. While the article acknowledges the existence in the literary work of the common, social perception of murder and such a misdeed’s necessary punishment, by looking at these themes from the perspective of the plot’s unity it further ventures to expose what lies beneath this grave deviant behaviour. This text argues that the novel’s entire narrative philosophically charges its protagonist with a different form of crime and thus dispenses the criminal’s punishment with a different correction. Consequently, the text suggests that Raskolnikov’s own gradually maturing sense of crime and punishment, in comparison to this causation’s established image in the other, constitutes the predominant insights of these two themes in the literary work and that such a philosophical view reflects the novel’s main standpoint in these two intrinsically related social issues.
crime and punishment, poverty’s relation to crime, spite and hatred, and affirmation of life and love of life’s unity.