Metamorphosis & Crime and Punishment

Guilt is when someone is blamed for something he did. Guilt is not always controlled by us, one can create guilt. Guilt is also when someone innocent is blamed for something he has not done. Guilt can also be a feeling. Some people feel guilty for something they have done. Both Crime and Punishment by Dostoyevsky deals and Metamorphosis by Kafka deal with guilt we can see how guilt and its causes affected the protagonists Raskolnikov, and Gregor.
      The first part of Crime and Punishment deals with the plan of the crime, and the other five parts deals with Raskolnikov's moments of remorse and his overwhelming desire to confess and to rid himself of the guilt. He is unable of doing this until the end of the book. The whole novel deals with the crime. Raskolnikov's guilt and anxiousness to escape guiltiness close in on him. Raskolnikov is a student who lives in poverty he murders the pawnbroker, thinking that he would serve the society. After the crime he starts to suffer, and he starts feeling guilty for what he has done, he wants to confess the crime. Raskolnikov suffers from guilt, and he is unable to escape guilt.
      He created guilt because of a sin. He cannot take it much longer so he decides to confess and hands himself in to the police. Sonya his love is the one who urges him to confess to the police. Raskolnikov's best friend is Razumikhin, who is his also his savior. Raskolnikov is talking to his friend after the murder "who wants to do good deeds for someone who...spits on them?   Why did you seek me out at the start of my illness? Maybe I would have been quite happy to die" Raskolnikov is starting to feel guilty and he is asking his friend why he save him from his illness. In the end of the novel right before he confesses Raskolnikov exclaims "I killed myself, not the old crone!" this shows that Raskolnikov feels that he has lost his life through a sin, and he feels very guilty and wants to be redeemed. Sonya answers him "accept suffering and...