Raskolnikov's Treatment Of Women In Crime And Punishment

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During the Crime and Punishment era mostly everyone in Russia is in poverty. Raskolnikov murders the pawnbroker, whose murder was a net benefit to the society. Not only that, but Raskolnikov also hid the gold and silver not being able to use it or give it to the people. The women are viewed as nothing but money beggars, sacrificing their bodies to the men of the world for money. Raskolnikov’s sister Donya forces herself to love a man for their family over money. Luzhin is an absolute douchebag who treats Donya like nothing but a piece of trash, only wanting her so he can have control over her. Raskolnikov tries to keep convincing her to leave him because he will never be any good for her, but she doesn’t listen. She keeps wanting to marry this

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