Crime and Punishment

An exciting psychological thriller? A philosophical thinkpiece on morality? A tragedy? Mystery? All of these?

I quite enjoyed Crime and Punishment if you can’t tell. Some of the conversations were very intense, and ambiguous too–I was so intent on Rodion’s interactions with Porfiry, I could not decide whether he knew or not! It was so well done. I also just now learned that my favorite TV detective, Columbo was based on Porfiry! No wonder I loved those scenes so much…

This was a really amazing and entertaining book, and if you haven’t read it, or only read it in highschool, I highly recommend giving it a go!


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