31% done with Under Western Eyes

This part reminds me a lot of Crime and Punishment, however, the interrogation is of a man who feels somehow compelled to confess to something of that which he is not guilty. He can feel that no matter what he answered or does he will be seen as ever more guilty solely by the act of being questioned. Once a suspect, always guilty.

The narrator plays a larger role than I would have thought in with Haldin’s family.