Raskolnikov remains in a limbo between consciousness and delirium for several days during which Nast

Raskolnikov remains in a limbo between consciousness and delirium for several days during which Nast

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Unformatted text preview: Raskolnikov remains in a limbo between consciousness and delirium for several days during which Nastasya and Razumihkin take care of him. When he awakens, he discovers a stranger in his room. The stranger has come to deposit with him 35 rubles that his mother has sent to him. Raskolnikov tries to refuse the money, but Razumihkin insists that he take it and still protesting, he signs an acknowledgment of the receipt of the money. Razumihkin chides Raskolnikov because he has been so detached and distant from his landlady, who is after all, very shy and very nice. Razumihkin reveals that he has been able to cajole the landlady into being of great service to them. He tells also of the good attention by Dr. Zossimov who has been in constant attendance to him. He tells how Zametov, the police chief, has also visited him, and when Raskolnikov is upset, Razumihkin explains that Zametov only wanted to get to know him. and when Raskolnikov is upset, Razumihkin explains that Zametov only wanted to get to know him....
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2011 for the course ENG 3309 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Texas State.

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