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Download and drop out with the “Underground Man” as he detaches from the world he has known! This Russian literary classic was penned by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, a political writer known for his dark and analytical style.
The fictional diary called Notes from the Underground is considered the first novella to be written from the Existentialist viewpoint. The nameless narrator recounts why he has pulled away from his life in St. Petersburg and dropped out of mainstream Russian society. His journal is part manifesto, and part voyage of self-discovery.
Written as a criticism of late 19th century Russia, Notes from the Underground is a social commentary on man’s happiness verses society’s expectations. Follow “The Underground Man” as he sorts out his impressions and observations of the society around him. This ground-breaking novel not only explores the ideas of what is expected of a man, but asks the question “What do we expect from ourselves?”
Download this exploration of society and its expectations in this Russian literary classic! A must have for fans of Dostoyevsky and his more famous work Crime & Punishment.