Crime and Punishment Quotes Essay
2. " for though Pyotr Petrovitch has been so kind as to undertake part of the expenses of the journey, that is to say, he has taken upon himself the conveyance of our bags and big trunks." -Pulcheria Alexandrovna Raskolnikov This is a passage from the letter that Rodion's mother …show more content…
6. " all great men or even men a little out of the common, that is to say capable of giving some new word, must from their very nature be criminals--more or less, of course." Raskolnikov Raskolnikov realizes that Porfiry Petrovich suspects him in the pawn-broker's murder and in responding to what Petrovich thinks, Raskolnikov attempts correct his way of thinking. He says that these extraordinary' men are criminals for having the ability to change society. He's basically contradicting what he said in his article.
7. " she bore me off into the country like a treasure. You know she was five years older than I. She was very fond of me. For seven years I never left the country. And, take note, that all my life she held a document over me, the IOU for thirty thousand roubles, so if I were to elect to be restive about anything I should be trapped at once! And she would have done it!" Svidrigailov Svidrigailov explains to Raskolnikov that he has come to St. Petersburg now that his wife has died. He had