Crime and Punishment Epilogue (w/ Dr. Kate Holland)
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This week, Matt and Cameron are joined by the knowledgeable Dr. Kate Holland to cover the epilogue of Crime and Punishment as well as discuss some of the overarching themes of the book as a whole. After the dark, dark time that is Part 6, we finally get to kick back and spend some time with Raskolnikov in Siberia and his ups, his downs (mostly his downs) as he and the people around him try to figure out what comes next. Grab your choicest homebrewed booze and tune in!
Major themes: Reddit Theme Analysis, Raskolnikov’s dream is just Twitter, A Thoughtful and Sensitive Napoleon
01:14 - Dostoevsky at 200: The Novel in Modernity eds. Katherine Bowers and Kate Holland
02:50 - Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment: A Reader’s Guide by Deborah Martinsen
03:33 - Approaches to Teaching Crime and Punishment by Michael Katz and Alexander Burry
04:27 - “Book Panel. Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment: A Reader’s Guide by Deborah Martinsen” with speakers Kate Holland, Marcia Morris, Katherine Bowers, Greta Matzner-Gore, Ronald Meyer, and Erica Drennan.
08:28 - “Raskolnikov’s mother” I mean
20:24 - Mikhail Bakhtin
23:24 - “In Defense of the Epilogue of “Crime and Punishment ” “ by David Matual
24:02 - “The Improbable Poetics of Crime and Punishment by Greta Matzner-Gore can be found in Dostoevsky at 200: The Novel in Modernity
39:17 - Bildungsroman