After Porfiry

After Porfiry - After Porfiry's pronouncement, Raskolnikov...

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Unformatted text preview: After Porfiry's pronouncement, Raskolnikov hurries to Svidrigailov's. He feels that the man has some power over him, a feeling he cannot understand. At the same time he feels some repulsion toward Sonya and thinks that he must go his own way or hers. As he walks towards Svidrigailov's room, he wonders if the man has talked to Porfiry and decides that he hasn't. He suddenly sees Svidrigailov in a restaurant. Svidrigailov appears as though he was anxious not to be seen or as if he was trying to avoid him, but he finally calls to Raskolnikov to join him. Raskolnikov immediately warns Svidrigailov to stop all attempts to see Dunya and threatens to kill him if he tries again. Due to the overheard conversation between Sonya and him, Svidrigailov should know that Raskolnikov is capable of murder and will certainly carry out his threat. Svidrigailov know that Raskolnikov is capable of murder and will certainly carry out his threat....
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