Notes From UndergroundBook - 1974
"The political cataclysms and cultural revolutions of our century...confirm the status of Notes from Underground as one of the most sheerly astonishing and subversive creations of European fiction."
-from the Introduction by Donald Fanger
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A short story of a troubled 19th c. Russian bureaucrat in two parts. The first is a bit confusing as it is only a psychological prologue by the man on himself.
The second part is the actual story, which involves the man and his terrible relations with his old school colleagues, and with a young prostitute.
This is a great introduction to Dostoevsky I think, since it is so short and yet fully "Dostoevskian."
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