Can an incarcerated person have one of the most interesting minds in a society?

Feodor Dostoyevsky, the Russian author of ‘Crime and Punishment’ thought so. During their estranged imprisonment, he or she has the rare opportunity to experience a meet between the multiple sides of the human make-up. Especially, the surface sides of good and bad. While engaged in this unavoidable experience, his or her devilish self and God(dess) self must express the meaning of itself honestly, then, come to terms as to which side will lead the journey from that point forward. If good reign, then the person has literally won self rehabilitation. If bad reign, then they have conformed to the condition in which they reside has won. MAURICE TYREE (33159007)

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