“Existence on its own had never been enough for him; he had always wanted more than that. Perhaps it had been merely the strength of his own desires that made him believe he was a person to whom more was allowed than others.” — Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Crime and Punishment
#littérature #Dostoïevski : Crime Et Chatiment - Journal De Raskolnikov - Les Carnets De Crime Et Chatiment - Souvenirs De La Maison Des Morts. Gallimard/Bibliothèque de la Pléiade, 1950. 1252 pp. reliées. Livre cartonné dans son boitier en carton, sans jaquette. Introduction de Pierre Pascal. Chronologie, bibliographie, annotations par S. Luneau. Traductions de D. Ergaz, V. Pozner, B. de Schloezer, H. Mongault & L. Désormonts.