Crime and Punishment

Crime and Punishment

by

Fyodor Dostoevsky

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Haymarket

The Haymarket recurs throughout the novel. A seedy part of St. Petersburg, it is filled with taverns and vendors of cheap wares, and serves as a gathering-place for prostitutes, gamblers, and criminals. Raskolnikov often finds… (read full symbol analysis)

Lazarus

A Biblical character from the Gospel of John, Lazarus is a man dead for four days and placed in a tomb. When Jesus arrives in town and is told of Lazarus’ death, he asks God… (read full symbol analysis)