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Porfiry Petrovitch

Porfiry Petrovitch (Crime and Punishment), a police inspector with a habit of careful diligence and a practical, logical approach which has, over time, resolved some otherwise intractable quandaries.

He entertains notions of the law as it applies unequally to ordinary and exceptional individuals, as expressed by Nathanial Taggart, (Atlas Shrugged). In our present work, Nat channels Dostoyevsky's Raskolnikov.

"But extraordinary men have a right to commit any crime and to transgress the law in any way, just because they are extraordinary. That was your idea, if I am not mistaken?”

–Porfiry Petrovich Crime and Punishment


 

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