In Fyodor Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment, the characters Raskolnikov, Luzhin, and Svidrigaïlov are all villains. This paper will determine, exactly what each one is guilty of, how they face their guilt, and the consequences for each man’s actions.
A book review/report on Al Capone Shines my Shoes by Gennifer Choldenko.
Five books. Written by five serial killers. Some are fiction. Most are not. If you dare to turn these pages, beware of some of the most disturbing stories ever published.
Notes: The most important from the first part. The book has three parts. I want to tell something about the main characters; James Bond, Precious, el Huracán, and Mrs. Glass, but not so much of the rest of them.
Whether you’re writing the next great thriller or you’re covering the police beat for your local newspaper, these five books can teach you a lot about the criminal mind and police investigations.
Ever wonder about our modern prisons and the theories behind incarceration of criminals? “The Oxford History of The Prison: The Practice of Punishment in Western Society” is a comprehensive examination at the history and evolution of incarceration. Edited by Norval Morris and David J. Rothman, the historical review is a compilation of several authors all of whom are experts in the field of historical social justice. Here are some highlights from the book.
Is the prison the cause or the effect of the criminal?