After Raskolnikov has escaped

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After Raskolnikov has escaped, he goes to a bridge where he is a witness to a woman's attempt to  drown herself. He realizes that he was going to attempt the same thing and then becomes disgusted  with himself for even thinking about it. He then returns to the scene of the crime. He is amazed to  find the entire apartment being repainted. It no longer looks the same as when he was last in it. He  then goes to the doorbell and begins to ring it, listening and remembering the "hideous and  agonizingly fearful sensation he has felt when he was trapped after the crime." When the painters  demand to know what he is doing there, he tells them to come with him to the police station and he  will tell everything. At the end of the chapter, he is fully resolved to go to the police himself and  confess everything. As noted earlier, by dressing in his new clothes and accepting the money from his mother, 
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2011 for the course ENG 3309 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Texas State.

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