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Schuld und Sühne
Schuld und Sühne
Schuld und Sühne
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Schuld und Sühne

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"Schuld und Sühne", in älteren Übersetzungen auch "Raskolnikow", in neueren "Verbrechen und Strafe", ist der 1866 erschienene erste große Roman von Fjodor Dostojewski. Der Roman wurde, während Dostojewski laufend weitere Kapitel schrieb, als Feuilletonroman in 12 Fortsetzungen in der Monatszeitschrift Russki Westnik veröffentlicht, beginnend Ende Januar 1866 und endend im Dezember 1866.
SpracheDeutsch
HerausgeberPaperless
Erscheinungsdatum14. Juni 2015
ISBN9786051760667
Schuld und Sühne
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  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    I read this so long ago I don't remember much. I've got to reread this at some point. It's what got me into surfacey Russian lit though.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    I loved and hated it at the same time. It was hard to get into the story as I mixed up the names all the time and it took me ages to get through. But I'm glad I finished it...
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    Amazing book with a true grasp on human psychology
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    Raskolnikov, an impoverished former student in St. Petersburg spends a 100ish pages deciding whether or not to commit a murder and then another 500ish pages going in various mental circles about whether or not to turn himself in after he does commit the murder.The writing here is well done and the translation is also excellent as it doesn't have that stilted and removed feeling I've noted in several translated novels I've read recently. I can see why it's an enduring classic but I was kind of hate reading long passages of this. There are many sections where paragraphs stretch across multiple pages, which is exhausting to read, particularly when spending so much time inside the head of a character whose thoughts are convoluted but also circular. Also, Dostoyevsky's female characters often serve as little more than window dressing with no real careful examination of their internal lives. If you're on a classics kick, this isn't a terrible read but it isn't one I'll ever recommend.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    I hate to give such as well known classic a low star rating. Maybe it's because I read the Pevear & Volokhonsky translation, or listened to it in audio. Or maybe Dostoevsky intentionally set out to make the reader feel the mental sickness/madness of the main character, like an unpleasant fever-dream. The first two chapters were great and promising, but the remaining melodramatic and plodding (a trait shared by some other 1850s and 60s classic novels). The best aspects are Dostoevsky's insights on human nature, but to get those ideas requires ascribing motives, thoughts and ideas to his characters that do not feel authentic; the characters are like projections of Dostoevsky himself thus lacking a believable psychology. I'm glad to have read it because it is so famous, but life is short so I look to the classics for a sure thing and this did not deliver. I read The House of the Dead which was great, so may give Dostoevsky another try later.
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    It was bitter cold last night. The trip from work to the kitchen was uneventful enough. I prepared soup and awaited my wife. After dinner, I placed Sonny Rollins' 9/11 Concert on the stereo and sat down with the last 52 pages of Crime and Punishment. the greatest testament I can afford the novel conclusion is that for 25 minutes I didn't hear any jazz, only Dostoevsky's denouement
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    This book gripped me from beginning to end. While written off by some as melodramatic and emotional, I found Dostoyevsky's portrayal of his character's inner struggles to be real & enthralling. Raskolnikov is probably one of the best "nonsympathetic" characters ever because even so I still felt for him! Honourable mention to Svidrigailov who absolutely fascinated me throughout the story. The brief descriptions of the penal colony in the epilogue made me interested in reading more about Dostoyevsky's own experiences there (in Notes from a Dead House). I also read The Brothers K this year, which I felt had a much more satisfying arc, emotional climax, and ending on the whole. Still, C&P was a great read and I'm ready for more!
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Great psychological novel.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Ordinary vs superior people.
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    Classic. Story of one man who commits a murder to see if he can get away with it and the effects it has on everyone
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    Interesting ideas about how people punish themselves and how they can be reborn, but confusing and a lot of random things
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    F.D. had a window into the human soul. This is an incredibly good novel.
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    A classic piece of fiction which is both deep and disturbing. A pefect choice for a book club to discuss.