Crime and punishment: The reflection of crimes and punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky is one of the most famous literary works written by Fyodor Dostoevsky. When Dostoevsky's wife and brother died, he was in debt, so it exacerbated excessive drinking and gambling. Therefore, "crime and punishment" reflects the majority of the authors' internal content and shows the author's major opinion on the world around him. In the book, the situation of Raskolnikov is different from that of Dostoevsky.
According to Raskornikov's theory of "crime and punishment" by Fyodor Dostoevsky, there are two kinds of people coexisting in the world: "extraordinary" and "ordinary". Ordinary people can define (248) that "men must live obediently and they are normal and there is no right to violate the law because they are normal." On the other hand, "special" people are "those who have the right to commit any crime and violate the law just because they are extraordinary" (248). The theory of Dostoyevsky is reflected in the character of his novel.
Being human is full of contradictions. In Fyodor Dostoevsky 's novel "Sin and Punishment", the relationship between the killing of a young man and his friends and family is being investigated. Characters created by Dostoevsky are full of beautiful contradictions and they become more humanistic. The main character Raskolnikov is focused on Dostoevsky to explore the character's duality. "Raskol" in Russian means "split" or "split". This name has an internal view of Raskolnikov. He struggled between a conscience that urged him to do good and a cruel and reasonable aspect that urged him to do evil. His conscience urged him to be generous and kind to those who were not luckier than him. Once, Raskolnikov saw a young girl get drunk on the street. There was a senile old man behind her. Raskolnikov finds a nearby police officer and takes him to the scene
Fyodor Dostoevsky is best known for the colds of bones of murder and suffering. This is the main cause of the year he spent in jail. In prison, he is fascinated with crime. In the novel "Sin and Punishment", Dostoyevski made a role in Raskolnikov. Raskolnikov is actually two contradictory figures. One of the best examples of Raskolnikov's dual personality is when he is trying to help the girls being raped on the street. His caring side tried to protect her from the streets of the street. Then his cold and cruel side came, and he was defeated by the evil of our society. He decided not to let her ask the police by herself: "Please stop it, you let it go! Encourage him to entertain himself" (Part 1, Chapter 4, 47 pages)