1 I try to find sympathy and feeling in drink.
2 Not shame, however, but quite another feeling akin to terror had overtaken him.
3 The feeling of loathing especially surged up within him and grew stronger every minute.
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4 "No," mumbled Raskolnikov, looking away, but feeling that it was better to keep up the conversation.
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5 It was a long while since he had received a letter, but another feeling also suddenly stabbed his heart.
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6 And each time he passed, the young man had a sick, frightened feeling, which made him scowl and feel ashamed.
7 Anyway, one can't hold one's tongue when one has a feeling, a tangible feeling, that one might be a help if only.
8 At that moment something seemed to sting Raskolnikov; in an instant a complete revulsion of feeling came over him.
9 "Perhaps she is always like that though, only I did not notice it the other time," he thought with an uneasy feeling.
10 Here," said Raskolnikov feeling in his pocket and finding twenty copecks, "here, call a cab and tell him to drive her to her address.
11 When I heard all that I did not say a word to anyone'--that's Dushkin's tale--'but I found out what I could about the murder, and went home feeling as suspicious as ever.
12 A few paces beyond the last market garden stood a tavern, a big tavern, which had always aroused in him a feeling of aversion, even of fear, when he walked by it with his father.
13 Drawing a breath, pressing his hand against his throbbing heart, and once more feeling for the axe and setting it straight, he began softly and cautiously ascending the stairs, listening every minute.
14 For in unfolding to you the story of my life, I do not wish to make myself a laughing-stock before these idle listeners, who indeed know all about it already, but I am looking for a man of feeling and education.
15 A new overwhelming sensation was gaining more and more mastery over him every moment; this was an immeasurable, almost physical, repulsion for everything surrounding him, an obstinate, malignant feeling of hatred.
16 In spite of the momentary desire he had just been feeling for company of any sort, on being actually spoken to he felt immediately his habitual irritable and uneasy aversion for any stranger who approached or attempted to approach him.
17 The feeling of intense repulsion, which had begun to oppress and torture his heart while he was on his way to the old woman, had by now reached such a pitch and had taken such a definite form that he did not know what to do with himself to escape from his wretchedness.
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