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Read online Schuld und Sühne. Roman in sechs Teilen mit einem Epilog.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Schuld und Sühne. Roman in sechs Teilen mit einem Epilog Kann man das perfekte Verbrechen begehen Gibt es so etwas wie einen gerechten Mord der zwar eine Person das Leben kostet daf r aber vielen anderen Menschen n tzt L sst sich das menschliche Gewissen durch rationale berlegungen zum Schweigen bringen Diesen Fragen sp rt Fjodor M Dostojewski in seinem Roman Schuld und S hne nach Das hierzulande bekannteste und beliebteste Werk des russischen Autors schildert in einer meisterlich aufgebauten Kriminalgeschichte den Mord des Studenten Raskolnikow an einer alten Pfandleiherin und die anschlie enden Gewissensqualen des M rders Raskolnikow h lt sich f r eine Art bermensch er vergleicht sich mit Napoleon und sucht seine Tat mit rationalen Argumenten zu rechtfertigen Doch nach dem Mord schlittert er in eine langsame nagende Verzweiflung die sein schlechtes Gewissen verursacht Die tugendhafte Prostituierte Sonja kann ihn schlie lich dazu berreden seine Schuld einzugestehen und ein neues Leben zu beginnen Dostojewski schildert dem russischen Realismus verpflichtet das soziale Elend auf den Stra en von St Petersburg In einer leicht verst ndlichen zupackenden Sprache gelingt ihm der gr te Kriminalroman aller Zeiten Thomas Mann und gleichzeitig eine packende Psychostudie die die Abgr nde in der Seele eines M rders ausleuchtet by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Barbara Conrad

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Schuld und Sühne. Roman in sechs Teilen mit einem Epilog
Title:Schuld und Sühne. Roman in sechs Teilen mit einem Epilog
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Category:classics, fiction, russia, literature, russian-literature, novels, philosophy, crime, 19th-century, school
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