In the novel Crime and Punishment, how is the pawnbroker's room similar to and different from Rodya's room?
Located upstairs in poor tenement buildings, both rooms are tiny, have yellow wallpaper, and are furnished similarly, with a sofa and small table in front and a few chairs. Rodya's room is arguably somewhat smaller.
There is a great difference between the ways the rooms present and are...
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