Crime and Punishment (Illustrated Classics)

by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Book review

�And, in the dark, a thought came to me that no one had ever had before me: I wanted to kill someone, just in order to dare.�

This graphic adaptation of Crime and Punishment masterfully illuminates Dostoevsky�s psychological thriller. Acclaimed French artist Alain Korkos vividly brings to life the mental anguish and moral dilemmas that plague Raskolnikov, a poor St. Petersburg student who murders a miserly pawnbroker. In this classic of Russian literature, the hero, unable to quell his guilt and paranoia, falls from a self-styled �super human� to a tormented soul in search of redemption. Both a philosophical inquiry and searing social critique, this suspense-driven drama remains as widely popular today as ever.

 

- Classic works of literature that still have mass appeal today

 

- Dark and edgy stories that appeal to graphic novel readers

 

- Artwork by well-known and highly acclaimed comic book and graphic novel artists

 

- Adaptations that re-imagine the stories, bringing them to life for a new generation of readers


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ISBN
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PublisherSterling
GanreClassics
Release date 02.01.2009
Pages count128
File size2.3 Mb
eBook formatPaperback, (torrent)En
Book rating4.15 (326239 votes)