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By Cecilia Peartree

ISBN-10: 1311202986

ISBN-13: 9781311202987

This is often the 7th booklet within the Pitkirtly sequence of comfortable mysteries, set in a fictitious small city at the coast of Fife.
When the tv programme Open Kitchen involves city, there are numerous reactions from the folk of Pitkirtly. Jemima is pleased of the chance to teach off her baking talents, whereas Amaryllis appears ahead to the mayhem that can end result from a 'healthy eating' procession, and Christopher is aghast whilst he reveals his ex-wife engaged on the venture.
But they don't anticipate homicide to be at the menu.

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His mother writes that his sister, Dounia, has been working as a tutor at the home of the Svidrigailovs. After a while, Svidrigailov formed an attachment for Dounia and tried to seduce her. Marfa Petrovna, overhearing a conversation, thinks that it is Dounia's fault and spreads ugly rumors about Dounia all through the countryside. Later Marfa Petrovna discovers her error and goes to extreme measures to correct the harm. At about the same time, Dounia received a proposal of marriage from a kinsman of Marfa Petrovna named Pyotr Petrovitch Luzhin who seems to want a wife with a good reputation but without a dowry so that his wife will be indebted to him.

Therefore, one aspect of his character is a cold, inhumane, detached intellectuality which emphasizes the individual power and self-will. The other aspect is the warm, compassionate side, revealed in his charitable acts and his reluctance to accept credit. The problem in the novel, therefore, is to bring these two opposing parts of Raskolnikov's personality into a single functioning person. To do this, Dostoievsky opens with the crime which is handled rather quickly so as to get to the punishment.

At the beginning of this chapter, he has avoided society of late but suddenly feels the desire to be with someone. " B. In his meeting with Marmeladov, we have our first introduction to Sonia and to the entire Marmeladov family and also to Lebeziatnikov. Marmeladov's story reflects upon Raskolnikov's condition. The discussion of hopelessness, "when one has no one, nowhere else one can go," becomes one of the dominant motifs throughout the rest of the novel. This discussion forces Raskolnikov to consider the hopelessness of his own life.

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