Crime and Punishment – Fyodor Dostoevsky (3/9)

Dostoevsky is famous for influencing the greatest psychological minds of the past, as well as the present. In crime and punishment, he disproves the superman theory, which states that moral boundaries don’t apply to certain people. Dostoyevsky is not easy to read but is regarded as one of the most brilliant people to have ever lived, and his literature can be understood on a multitude of levels from his ability to tell a compelling story to is amazing insights about life.

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