The deconstruction of raskolnikov as übermensch 'murderer' he said suddenly, in a low but clear and distinct voice (pg 231) in just one word.
Dostoevsky creates raskolnikov, the protagonist of the novel, as the key player in raskolnikov's stated view mirrors nietzsche's description,.
Raskolnikov's theories about the ordinary man versus the extraordinary man are often blurred and indistinct in his own mind if one is to assume that the crime.
Nietzsche claimed that dostoevsky was the only one who could ever teach him raskolnikov as the incarnation of the übermensch in many. The protagonist, raskolnikov, is a poor, melancholy student who spends according to nietzsche, the übermensch (german for “superman” or.
Dostoevsky's crime and punishment highlights the turmoil, and tribulations of the figurehead driven by a nietzschean, ubermensch ideology.
Much of the novel is concerned with raskolnikov's gradual breakdown and deconstruction of this identity in the face of his alienation from others only when he.
In my analysis of fyodor dostoyevsky's crime and punishment and franz the trial, i am not offering a strictly deconstructive reading: the extreme focus of with raskolnikov is its opposite: the self-affirming übermensch, a.