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Crime And Punishment - Fyodor Dostoevsky

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CHAPTER 1 ON AN exceptionally hot evening early in July a young man came out of theà

CHAPTER 2 RASKOLNIKOV was not used to crowds, and, as we said beforeà

CHAPTER 3 HE WAKED up late next day after a broken sleep.à

CHAPTER 4 HIS MOTHER'S letter had been a torture to himà

CHAPTER 5 |OF COURSE, I've been meaning lately to go to Razumihin's to ask for workà

CHAPTER 6 LATER on Raskolnikov happened to find out why the huckster and his wife had invitedà

CHAPTER 7 THE DOOR was as before opened a tiny crackà

CHAPTER 8 SO HE lay a very long while.à

CHAPTER 9 |AND WHAT if there has been a search already? What if I find them inà

CHAPTER 10 HE WAS not completely unconscious, however, all the time he was illà

CHAPTER 11 ZOSSIMOV WAS a tall, fat man with a puffyà

CHAPTER 12 THIS WAS a gentleman no longer young, of a stiff and portly appearanceà

CHAPTER 13 BUT AS SOON as she went out, he got upà

CHAPTER 14 AN ELEGANT carriage stood in the middle of the road with a pair of spiritedà

CHAPTER 15 RASKOLNIKOV got up, and sat down on the sofa.à

CHAPTER 16 RAZUMIHIN waked up next morning at eight o'clock, troubled and serious.à

CHAPTER 17 |HE IS well, quite well!| Zossimov cried cheerfully as they entered.à

CHAPTER 18 AT THAT moment the door was softly opened, and a young girl walked into theà

CHAPTER 19 RASKOLNIKOV was already entering the room.à

CHAPTER 20 |I DON'T BELIEVE it, I can't believe it!| repeated Razumihinà

CHAPTER 21 |CAN this be still a dream?| Raskolnikov thought once more.à

CHAPTER 22 IT WAS nearly eight o'clock.à

CHAPTER 23 THE FACT was that up to the last moment he had never expected such anà

CHAPTER 24 RASKOLNIKOV WENT straight to the house on the canal bank where Sonia lived.à

CHAPTER 25 WHEN NEXT morning at eleven o'clock punctually Raskolnikov went into the department of the investigationà

CHAPTER 26 WHEN HE remembered the scene afterwards, this is how Raskolnikov saw it.à

CHAPTER 27 THE MORNING that followed the fateful interview with Dounia and her mother brought sobering influencesà

CHAPTER 28 IT WOULD be difficult to explain exactly what could have originated the idea of thatà

CHAPTER 29 |PYOTR PETROVITCH,| she cried, |protect me.à

CHAPTER 30 RASKOLNIKOV had been a vigorous and active champion of Sonia against Luzhinà

CHAPTER 31 LEBEZIATNIKOV looked perturbed.à

CHAPTER 32 A STRANGE period began for Raskolnikov: it was as though a fog had fallen uponà

CHAPTER 33 |AH THESE cigarettes!| Porfiry Petrovitch ejaculated at last, having lighted one.à

CHAPTER 34 HE HURRIED to Svidrigailov's.à

CHAPTER 35 |YOU know perhaps- yes, I told you myself,| began Svidrigailovà

CHAPTER 36 RASKOLNIKOV walked after him.à

CHAPTER 37 HE SPENT that evening till ten o'clock, going from one low haunt to another.à

CHAPTER 38 THE SAME day, about seven o'clock in the eveningà

CHAPTER 39 WHEN HE went into Sonia's room, it was already getting dark.à


CHAPTER 41 HE WAS ill a long time.à

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