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02:23"… Traces of superstition remained in him for a long time afterwards, almost indelibly. And later on he was always inclined to see a certain strangeness, a mysteriousness, as it were, in this whole affair, the presence as of some peculiar influences and coincidences …" — Fyodor Dostoevsky, from Crime and Punishment (first published in The Russian Messenger, 1866)

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