Upon leaving the police station

Upon leaving the police station - Upon leaving the police...

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Unformatted text preview: Upon leaving the police station, Raskolnikov is afraid that the police have searched his room, but he soon sees that no one has entered his room. He empties all of his "loot" into his pockets and plans to hide it somewhere. After walking a long way, he finds himself in a park. He moves a huge rock aside and hides his stolen goods under the rock. He remembers that he had promised himself that he would visit his friend Razumihkin the day after the murder and he goes to his room. Raskolnikov says that he has come to ask for lessons, but after a while he suddenly changes his mind and leaves amid Razumihkin's entreaties to know where he is going and where he is living. Raskolnikov ignores him and leaves. Raskolnikov walks absent-mindedly toward the river and is almost run down by a coach and is actually struck with a whip by a coachman. As he stands rubbing his back, he suddenly feels actually struck with a whip by a coachman....
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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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