Crime and Punishment Part 1

Written by Fyodor Dostoevsky in 12 monthly installments during 1866 for the russian literary magazine named Russian Messenger I don’t even know what I can write about this book that hasn’t already been written. So, I won’t write about it. I will tell you about the book through my eyes. I don’t know if it … Continue reading Crime and Punishment Part 1

The Value of Literary Classics

Why do we value these books? They are thick and hard to get through, someone (a teacher) demands you read it. And for what? A grade? What do you get out of it? Why do it at all? Three Quick ideas: I believe it brings you peace. Not like a good kind of peace either, … Continue reading The Value of Literary Classics