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Rodion Romanovitch Raskolnikov is the protagonist of Crime and Punishment by Dostoevsky. He is also known by the diminutives Rodya, Rodenka, and Rodka. The name Raskolnikov comes from the Russian raskolnik meaning "schismatic".

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"The Grotesque Spaces of St. Petersburg and their Destructive Effects of the Psyche of Raskolnikov" by ... (2526 words)
Raskolnikov survives in one of the cramped, dark spaces that are characteristic of Petersburg.
Raskolnikov convinces himself of the validity of these ideas because he lives alone in a misshapen room that will not allow any fresh air to infiltrate the diseased ideas that are growing inside his head.
Raskolnikov is a lonely individual; while he is discussing the murders and the factors that influenced his actions, he admits to Sonia that "it had really been too long since he had spoken with anyone" (Dostoyevsky 398).
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