1 Listen, Rodion, and tell us your opinion, I want to hear it.
2 And as for my confounded laughter, please excuse it, Rodion Romanovitch.
3 Don't be angry, Rodion Romanovitch, but you seem to be somehow awfully strange yourself.
4 "But I did ask her to remember 'Thy servant Rodion' in her prayers," the idea struck him.
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5 Of course there will be a lot of work, but we will work, you, Avdotya Romanovna, I, Rodion.
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6 Why this, Rodion Romanovitch, that I know more than that about you; I know about everything.
7 It's clear that Rodion Romanovitch Raskolnikov is the central figure in the business, and no one else.
8 Don't be uneasy, Rodion Romanovitch, if I were working for my own advantage, I would not have spoken out so directly.
9 Tell your sister, Rodion Romanovitch, that Marfa Petrovna remembered her in her will and left her three thousand roubles.
10 "Well, Pyotr Petrovitch, you keep blaming Rodion, but you yourself have just written what was false about him," Pulcheria Alexandrovna added, gaining courage.
11 "I must tell you one thing about myself, my dear Rodion Romanovitch," Porfiry Petrovitch continued, moving about the room and again avoiding his visitor's eyes.
12 I write on the assumption that Rodion Romanovitch who appeared so ill at my visit, suddenly recovered two hours later and so, being able to leave the house, may visit you also.
13 This is my friend Rodion Romanovitch Raskolnikov; in the first place he has heard of you and wants to make your acquaintance, and secondly, he has a little matter of business with you.
14 I have the honour to inform you, in anticipation, that if, in spite of my request, I meet Rodion Romanovitch, I shall be compelled to withdraw immediately and then you have only yourself to blame.
15 and have you noticed, Rodion Romanovitch, that in our Petersburg circles, if two clever men meet who are not intimate, but respect each other, like you and me, it takes them half an hour before they can find a subject for conversation--they are dumb, they sit opposite each other and feel awkward.
16 And to be sure you're right: God has given me a figure that can awaken none but comic ideas in other people; a buffoon; but let me tell you, and I repeat it, excuse an old man, my dear Rodion Romanovitch, you are a man still young, so to say, in your first youth and so you put intellect above everything, like all young people.
17 But you must observe this, my dear Rodion Romanovitch, the general case, the case for which all legal forms and rules are intended, for which they are calculated and laid down in books, does not exist at all, for the reason that every case, every crime, for instance, so soon as it actually occurs, at once becomes a thoroughly special case and sometimes a case unlike any that's gone before.
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