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by Fyodor Dostoevsky

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In the novel Crime and Punishment, how is the pawnbroker's room similar to and different from Rodya's room?

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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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