villainquoteoftheday:

"I love it when people lie! Lying is only man’s privilege over all other organisms. Lying is what makes me a man."
-Raskolnikov, Crime and Punishment by Dostoevsky

villainquoteoftheday:

"I love it when people lie! Lying is only man’s privilege over all other organisms. Lying is what makes me a man."

-Raskolnikov, Crime and Punishment by Dostoevsky

russian-style:

Nikolay Yaroshenko - Student, 1881
Here we see a gloomy and reserved student, a revolutionary (sooner or later). It’s believed that Yaroshenko also made a reference to Dostoevsky’s Raskolnikov, the main character of Crime and Punishment, who was a former student and  associated himself with Napoleon. Look at his napoleonic gesture!

russian-style:

Nikolay Yaroshenko - Student, 1881

Here we see a gloomy and reserved student, a revolutionary (sooner or later). It’s believed that Yaroshenko also made a reference to Dostoevsky’s Raskolnikov, the main character of Crime and Punishment, who was a former student and  associated himself with Napoleon. Look at his napoleonic gesture!