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Crime and Punishment

Crime and Punishment


by Fyodor Dostoevsky

Crime and Punishment: The Punishment Fits the Crime Quiz

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Q. What does Raskolnikov do with the items he stole from the pawnbroker?

Turns them into the police
Buries them under a large stone in a courtyard
Gives them to his landlady in lieu of rent
Throws them in the river
Q. How does Marmeladov die?

He is run over by a carriage
He is murdered by Raskolnikov
He is attacked by locusts
He is hit by a train
Q. What does Luzhin accuse Sonia of stealing?

His pride
His youth
A 100 rouble bill
Some earrings
Q. To whom does Raskolnikov initially confess his murders?

To Sonia
To his mother
To his imaginary friend
To the police
Q. Where is Raskolnikov at the end of the story?

In a mental institution
Happily married to Sonia
In bed, where he has just woken up from the strangest dream
In a prison in Siberia