Crime and Punishment
Crime and Punishment
by Fyodor Dostoevsky
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Crime and Punishment Drugs and Alcohol Quotes Page 3

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How we cite the quotes:
Citations follow this format: (Part.Chapter.Paragraph). We used Constance Garnett's translation.
Quote #7

[Razumihin:] "You always have been a very rational person and you've never been mad, never," he observed suddenly with warmth. "You're right: I shall drink. Good-bye!" (6.1.22)

This time, Razumihin doesn't go drinking. Raskolnikov convinces him that he's loved, that he needs to be there for Dounia. This "blessing" motivates Razumihin to stop drinking.

Quote #8

[Svidrigaïlov:] "I've drunk too much though, I see that. I was almost saying too much again. Damn the wine! Hi! there, water!" (6.4.17)

Svidrigaïlov is so quotable. We heard from Pulcheria that Svidrigaïlov had alcohol issues. But really, that's probably the least of his problems. Raskolnikov thinks Svidrigaïlov is being so talkative because he's had too much to drink. We bet that Svidrigaïlov isn't saying anything he doesn't want to say.

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