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Notes from the Underground

Notes from the Underground

  

by Fyodor Dostoevsky

Notes from the Underground: “Thinking of Starting a Railroad - Love, Harriet” True or False

1. How long has the Underground Man been living “underground?” -> Not sure, but his gopher hole is month-to-month
2. What does the Underground Man choose to represent the laws of reason? -> “2 + 2 = 4”
3. What does the Underground Man find enjoyable? -> Suffering
4. According to the Underground Man, why would man cause destruction and chaos? -> Because man is basically evil
5. What socialist society does the Underground Man reject? -> Crystal Palace

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