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In his second novel, Dostoevsky sought to portray "a positively beautiful man, " a saintly paragon in contrast to the murderer Raskolnikov of his first novel. Through Myshkin's struggle, in which his corruption seems fated, Dostoevsky offers a brilliant indictment of a society that cannot countenance virtue.

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