Crime and Punishment

in chapter, what does Raskolnikov say about the murders while he is delirious, and what does Razumihin think about his ravings?

capter 3 in part 2

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Razumikhin reveals that in his ravings he mentioned an odd assortment of names, objects, and places, and a strange obsession with a sock and a fringe. He reveals nothing else causing Raskolnikov to go into a panic.


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