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Crime and Punishment Episode 1
Disaffected, poverty-stricken ex-student Raskolnikov believes there are certain people who should be 'allowed' to live whilst others 'deserve to die. When he acts on these beliefs and kills the miserable…
Crime and Punishment Episode 2
Dunya calls off her engagement to Luzhin. Meanwhile, unbeknown to her, Svidrigailov arrives in St. Petersburg. He has come to town to try and persuade Dunya of his love for…

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