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Notes from the Underground


One of the most profound and disturbing works of nineteenth-century literature, Notes from the Underground is a probing and speculative work, often ... Show synopsis

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by Marcus on Apr 26, 2007

A fantastic read. The outcast narrator gives the reader a glimpse into an unexpectedly familiar world filled with embarassing encounters, contradictions, and thoughts that we all have but don't wish to admit to them. Part I consists of the narrator's thoughts and notes about life in the so-called "underground" and how he got there. In Part II, called a Propos of the Wet Snow, he describes a vivid memory from the past that teaches us more about the narrator, and, as we now are familiar with his mind, about how his thoughts are manifested through action. Here we meet the narrator from the point of view of other characters, and begin to understand why he subsides alone in the underground.

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