Crime and Punishment audiobook is a psychological study of the destitute former student Raskolnikov, whose belief that he is a special person capable of accepting the moral duty of utilising bad means to accomplish humanistic goals drives him to murder. Raskolnikov has nightmare guilt as a result of the crime. Crime and Punishment audiobook is one of the most insightful analyses of the psychology of guilt ever written in any language.
In Crime and Punishment audiobook, Raskolnikov, a former student, lives in St. Petersburg in destitution and turmoil. He plans to kill Alyona Ivanovna, an old pawnbroker, using conflicting notions such as utilitarian morality and the conviction that remarkable individuals have the “freedom to violate.” Lizaveta, Alyona’s half-sister, arrives as he is going through Alyona’s belongings, and he murders her as well. Raskolnikov’s condition worsens after the murder. The monster that had previously caused him inner conflicts has vanished, but the regret is even worse. Raskolnikov became weary and ill as a result of his regrets and internal struggles. Meanwhile, he encounters Marmeladov, an alcoholic whose daughter Sonya worked as a prostitute to support the family. Razumikhin, an old friend worried about his strange behaviour, also enters his life. He backs him up, gets a doctor, and does everything he can to help.
In Crime and Punishment audiobook free, constant worry that someone is observing him make Raskolnikov’s health worsen. He believes that someone witnessed the murder or is aware that he committed it. This unease aggravates his illness. Raskolnikov can’t take it anymore and confesses to Sonya about the crime he committed. At the end of Crime and Punishment audiobook free, he subsequently surrenders himself to the police and went to prison to serve his sentence.
Fyodor Dostoevsky wrote Crime and Punishment audiobook. It is translated by Constance Garnett.
Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky was born on November 11, 1821, in Moscow. He was a writer, philosopher, short story writer, essayist, and reporter from Russia. Dostoevsky’s works of literature analyze human psychology amid the difficult political, economic, and spiritual atmospheres of 19th-century Russia, as well as a range of philosophical and theological subjects. Crime and Punishment, published in 1866, The Idiot, published in 1869, Demons, published in 1872, and The Brothers Karamazov, published in 1880, are among his most famous books.
Dostoevsky was attracted to literature at a young age through fairy tales and legends, as well as works by Russian and international authors. He attended the Nikolayev Military Engineering Institute. After graduation, he worked as an engineer and temporarily lived a high life, translating books to supplement his income. In the mid-1840s, he published his first novel, Poor Folk, which brought him into the intellectual circles of Saint Petersburg.
Dostoevsky worked as a journalist, writing and managing his own journals as well as A Writer’s Diary, a compilation of his works. He started travelling across Western Europe and acquired a gambling addiction, which caused him financial difficulties. He became Russia’s one of the most read and well-acclaimed writers.
Dostoevsky influenced a large number of subsequent writers, including Russians such as Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and Anton Chekhov, philosophers such as Friedrich Nietzsche and Jean-Paul Sartre, and the emergence of Existentialism and Freudianism. His works have been translated into over 170 languages. He passed away on February 9, 1881, at the age of 59.
The narrator of Crime and Punishment audiobook is Anthony Heald. Other audiobooks that Anthony Heald has also narrated are Where the Red Fern Grows, The Good Earth, and Ishmael.
The length of Crime and Punishment audiobook is 20 hours and 28 minutes.
Blackstone Audio, Inc. published Crime and Punishment audiobook on 12/03/2007.