Zbrodnia i Kara - Fiodor Dostojewski 8CD

Zbrodnia i Kara - Fiodor Dostojewski 8CD

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  • Czyta: Jacek Rozenek
  • Czas: okolo 6 godzin
  • Format: 5.5" x 4.75" (14 x 12 cm), pudelko
  • Rok wydania: 2006
  • Wydawnictwo: Mazaika
  • Wydanie na 8 CD

Trudna sytuacja finansowa zmusza Rodiona Raskolnikowa, 23-letniego studenta wydzialu prawa uniwersytetu petersburskiego do przerwania nauki. Na skromne zycie pozwalaja mu pieniadze przysylane przez matke i siostre. Nie posiadajac srodkow do zycia daje w zastaw lichwiarce -- Alonie Iwanowej, cenne rzeczy. Po kilku wizytach u staruszki, Raskolnikow uklada plan zabojstwa. Morduje Alone a takze jej siostre, ktora niespodziewanie zjawia sie. Zycie mordercy staje sie koszmarem. Przepelniony wewnetrznymi sporami oraz wyrzutami sumienia cierpi i toczy walke z samym soba...

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  • Crime and Punishment by Fiodor Dostojewski
  • Read by: Jacek Rozenek
  • Duration: approximately 6 hours
  • Format: 5.5" x 4.75" (14 x 12 cm)
  • Release year: 2006
  • Publisher: Mazaika
  • On 8 CDs
First published in a journal named The Russian Messenger, it appeared in twelve monthly installments in 1866, and was later published as a novel. Along with Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace, the novel is considered one of the best-known and most influential Russian novels of all time.
Crime and Punishment focuses on Raskolnikov, an impoverished student who formulates a plan to kill and rob a hated pawnbroker, thereby solving his money problems and at the same time ridding the world of her evil. Exhibiting some symptoms of megalomania, Raskolnikov thinks himself a gifted man, similar to Napoleon. As an extraordinary man, he feels justified in his decision to murder, since he exists outside the moral constraints that affect "ordinary" people. However, immediately after the crime, Raskolnikov becomes ill, and is troubled by the memory of his actions. Crime and Punishment portrays Raskolnikov's gradual realization of his crime and his growing desire to confess. Moreover, Raskolnikov's attempts to protect his sister Dunia from unappealing suitors, and also his unexpected love for a destitute prostitute demonstrate Raskolnikov's longing for redemption.