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Crime and Punishment

Crime and Punishment


by Fyodor Dostoevsky

Crime and Punishment: Guilt Is a Bad Trip Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Crime and Punishment? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Who is Sonia?

Raskolnikov's kid sister
That chick from "Mortal Kombat"
Marmeladov's daughter, who has been forced to become a prostitute
Alyona's daughter, who is a pimp
Q. What is Raskolnikov's big crime?

He steals a loaf of bread
He works for the Godfather
He kills a pawnbroker
He's a flasher
Q. Why is Dounia marrying Luzhin, according to Raskolnikov?

For lovey-dovey, romance-type reasons
For money and security
She has always enjoyed being married to jerks
She's on drugs
Q. What does Raskolnikov argue in his article on crime?

Crime is the best
The Joker is his inspiration for criminal activity
Certain people should be allowed to commit crimes
You can steal gum, but that's it
Q. How does Luzhin set up Sonia?

He has a friend get on all fours behind her, then pushes her over
He slips a 100 rouble note in her pocket
He sleeps with her mother
He fills her locker with gumballs
Q. If Porfiry were on a modern-day TV show, which would it be?

Top Chef
American Idol
Planet Earth