I would suggest that comparing the two works' differing approaches to the philosophical problems of optimismadversity, and violence are indicative of a different attitude altogether toward the philosophical problems presented.
Is the narrator a man of action? He demonstrates this in many different ways throughout the novel. However, he does follow through on three important actions.
Two of these he does as if he is blinded by them. But the third he does in complete consciousness. It is a vile act, one that sends him into complete isolation.
The narrator defines himself as the opposite of a man of action. The narrator describes a man of action. Provide the definition of a man of action. Provide examples of a man of action. The narrator describes a man of excessive consciousness, the opposite of a man of action.
Provide the definition of a man of excessive consciousness. Provide examples of a man of excessive consciousness. The narrator thinks about taking action. Provide examples of plans the narrator makes.
Provide examples of how the plans fail. How do these examples demonstrate that he is not a man of action? The narrator does take three actions.
Two plans that the narrator does almost blindly 1. He closes his eyes when he bumps into the officer. He blacks out after having sex with Liza for the first time.
He then humiliates and perhaps rapes Liza. Is the narrator a man of action or not? The narrator as a hero or an antihero? The term antihero is found in Notes From Underground. There is also a discussion about heroes, what it takes to be a hero, and who might be considered one.
He even thinks he is a hero when he persuades Liza to leave the house of prostitution. So what is the narrator:Although both the prodigal son and the monster are on the verge of starvation, they choose not to kill and eat the pigs that keep them company.
Notes from Underground Uploaded by abstractspace on May 03, "Notes from Underground" by Dostoevsky: "Notes from Underground" by Dostoevsky is a story about a man who is the opposite of everything that you would expect from the protagonist of a book.
Notes from Underground is a philosophic polemic in the form of a personal journal.
Dostoevsky portrays the author of the "notes," the unforgettable Underground Man, in the actual process of. Dec 14, · The Stranger vs.
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Available in English for the first time, Marie Vieux-Chauvet’s stunning trilogy of novellas is a remarkable literary event. In a brilliant translation by Rose-Myriam Réjouis and Val Vinokur, Love, Anger, Madness is a scathing response to the struggles of race, class, and sex that have ruled Haiti.
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If you have read other novels by Dostoevsky, choose one idea from Notes from Underground and relate its development in the later novel. Previous Quiz Next Cite this Literature Note.