TITLE OF WORK: Crime and Punishment
AUTHOR: Fyodor Dostoevsky
DATE OF PUBLICATION: 1866
Believes in his “extraordinary man” theory, split (physically, mentally,
morally), indifferent about material things (doesn’t do anything with the stuff he sole), proud, ex-student, philosophical,
rational, generous, calculating, amoral, monomaniac about his theory (and in consequence, trifles)
- Round and static.
Intelligent, easily read (characterization obvious), Raskolnikov’s close friend, a student
trying to get back in school, compassionate, patient, humble (puts women above him)
- Dynamic and round.
Intelligent, sacrificial, moral.
Razumihin rubs off on her towards the end.
She won’t let
people take advantage of her (not easily manipulated)
- Flat and static.
Has faith, self-sacrificing, a prostitute.
Very emotional, timid, saves Raskolnikov
- Round, static.
Perverted, burdened by his conscience, fate depends on Donia, commits suicide.