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how does raskolnikov, a tragic figure, from crime and punishment serve as an instrument for the suffering of others.

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    He tends to worry people such as his mom, sister, and Sonia (Sofya). He also likes to make people think a lot such as Porifiry (spell check). That's all i can think of for now. I am also writing this essay haha

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