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Zosimov, and Porfiry Petrovich, directly and discursively. Built into the narrative of Crime and Punishment is thus a view of how it should be read, a herme-neutic of its interpretation, which is an integral part of its antiradical theme and expresses Dostoevsky's oft-expressed belief in the importance of ideas and their power to influence human behavior. No one, so far as my knowledge goes, has ever paid the slightest attention to this aspect of the book, and it is high time to remedy such a glaring oversight.
Not from fear, however, "but from the simple horror and loathing of what he had done. This feeling of loathing especially surged up in him and grew stronger every minute" (6: 65). Once more Raskolnikov's moral conscience rises up in revolt, but he is no longer able to suppress it by the casuistry of his Utilitarian logic; the crime itself is what this logic has brought him to in reality. What emerges instead is the rampant egoism justified by such logic, and now fully released in his monomania.
Two other incidents are then used to broaden this motif. One is the famous panorama of the "magnificent spectacle" (6: 90) of Petersburg, which in the past had always filled Raskolnikov with "a gloomy and mysterious impression" (6: 90) he could never fathom. ; italics added). "* This gesture indicates how little he can identify himself any longer with the charitable aims expressed in the tavern scene. What remains is the raw terror of the dream that follows, when he imagines hearing the volatile Lieutenant Gunpowder mercilessly beating the landlady on the staircase.
Campaign 129: Operation Barbarossa 1941 Army Group South by Robert Kirchubel