Notes from Underground
This SparkNote delivers knowledge on Notes from Underground that you won't find in other study guides - Summaries of every chapter with thorough Analysis; Explanation of the key Themes, Motifs, and Symbols including - 'The Fallacies of Rationalism and Utopianism'; 'The Artificiality of Russian Culture'; 'The Paralysis of the Conscious Man in Modern Society'; 'L'homme de la nature et de la vérité'; 'The Underground'; 'St. Petersburg'.
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