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Crime and Punishment
used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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Fyodor Dostoevsky's novel depicting a man who justifies a murder he comes to regret (1866)
  • When the door swung open, she carried Phoebe into a room she knew by heart: the durable dark-brown carpet, the plaid sofa and chair she had gotten on sale, the glass-topped coffee table, the novel she'd been reading before bed—Crime and Punishment—neatly marked.
    p. 57.0

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