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Title:Verbrechen und Strafe
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Publisher:S. Fischer Verlag
ISBN:3596129974
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Number of Pages:768
Category:Classics, Fiction, Russia, Literature, Russian literature

Verbrechen und Strafe by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Swetlana Geier

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Verbrechen und Strafe Raskolnikow entstammt einer verarmten b rgerlichen Familie In der schrank hnlichen Enge seines Zimmers ist der euklidische Verstand der der Diener des Lebens sein sollte zum Herrscher geworden Raskolnikow ist Utilitarist Um eines naturgem unklar gefa ten Begriffs des wissenschaftlichen oder sozialen Fortschritts willen scheint es ihm erlaubt eine alte Wucherin die nicht besser als eine Laus ist zu t ten und mit dem geraubten Geld sein Studium zu finanzieren Sein Herz wehrt sich ebenso wie sein Unterbewu tsein gegen die geplante Tat doch von sozialer Not gedr ngt und gefangen in lebensfeindlichen Ideen wird er zum M rder Das Delirium und die grenzenlose Einsamkeit die dem Verbrechen folgen lassen ihn erkennen da die Funktionen des euklidischen Verstandes nicht die einzige bestimmende Dimension der menschlichen Pers nlichkeit ausmachen Leidvoll aber bereichert durch die einf hlsame Scharfsicht des Untersuchungsrichters Porfirij und durch die frisch erwachte Liebe zu Sonja Marmeladowa erf hrt er da der Weg aus der Vereinsamung nur ber Gest ndnis und Strafe f hren kann Auch wenn die Reue ihm eher fremd ist die Liebe errettet ihn schlie lich Amazon de

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