Conflicts he was put through helped Illuminate the meaning of the novel: For all crimes, there will be punishment. Throughout Crime and Punishment, Rakishness's guilt got the worst of him. After the murder, he was called to the police where he overheard conversations about the murder which caused him to faint. When he recovered, he blamed falling on the paint and hurried home because his guilt made him think "there will be a search at once. " (pig 109) Rowdy fell ill which was because he had to face a great deal of tormenting guilt.
The amount of guilt he had in his heart sparked the meaning of the novel which was a form of punishment for his crime. At the end of Crime and Punishment, Rationalism confessed to the murder and was imprisoned in Siberia for eight years. Sonic followed him as "link" between the family. Rowdy felt that the conditions of his life in prison were not bad although the other prisoners didn't like him. He also felt that he had to "submit to the idiocy of a sentence" because he saw his crime as a "blunder" because it could happen to anyone. pig 535) His imprisonment in Siberia was the real punishment he had to face for his crime. Because of the guilt and punishment Rationalism put him self through, he confessed his crime and became a "good Christian" by doing his time. Sonic had given him the book of the old testament which he kept under his pillow at prison but had not opened once in a year. He still did not open it then but felt that he had a new life coming but it would take great suffering. (pig 542) Sonic gave him a cross which e saw as a path of recognition of his sins.
The meaning is illuminated through this by showing that even through punishment, there is still good. In Conclusion to Rakishness's conflicts In Crime and Punishment, he helped spark the meaning. His guilt was a greater punishment than real punishment. Imprisonment was a form of punishment for the crimes he committed. Finally, by submitting to God and recognizing his sins, the theme Is Illuminated by showing that even though punishment Is faced, good can still come from crimes.
As Frederica Garcia Loran once said, "to burn with desire and keep quiet about It Is the greatest punishment we can bring on ourselves. " Crime and Punishment By bawdiness main character, Rationalism, committed the murder of a pawn broker and her sister which he became ill with guilt. He is accused as the murderer but denied it until the end where he eventually confessed and was sent to Siberia. In the novel, Rationalism had an unbearable amount of guilt, faced punishment by imprisonment, and gave his heart to God for forgiveness.
Conflicts he was put through helped illuminate the Throughout Crime and Punishment, Rakishness's guilt got the worst of him. After murder which caused him to faint. When he recovered, he blamed fainting on the In Conclusion to Rakishness's conflicts in Crime and Punishment, he helped spark submitting to God and recognizing his sins, the theme is illuminated by showing that even though punishment is faced, good can still come from crimes. As Frederica Garcia Loran once said, "to burn with desire and keep quiet about it is the greatest