One perspective that I think is missing here, (and maybe I just missed it), is a thing that I've found best in The Brothers Karamazov. Which is interesting, because it doesn't have such a memorable villain, perhaps. But the most frightening (and amazing) thing about Dostoevsky to me is that he works so seamlessly through the mind of a person in the process of doing something really terrible.
he is completely human
I think that sounds clever, but doesn't really mean anything.
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