Notes From underground as an Existentialism novel

  • Notes from the UndergroundThe Essence of Nihilism Exploring Dostoevsky's Notes from Underground

    The Essence of Nihilism: Exploring Dostoevsky’s “Notes from Underground”

    Few novels in the realm of literature have captured the essence of nihilism and existentialism as powerfully as Fyodor Dostoevsky’s “Notes from Underground.” This groundbreaking work, published in 1864, delves deep into the human psyche, exploring themes such as freedom, responsibility and individuality. Through the introspective journey of an unnamed protagonist called the Underground Man, Dostoevsky confronts the destructive ideologies…

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  • ExistentialismNotes From underground as an Existentialism novel

    Notes From underground as an Existentialism novel

    The novel Notes from Underground was written by Fyodor Dostoevsky in 1864. The story revolves around the life and thoughts of a sick, unhappy, and lonely guy who rants in his journal. Dostoevsky’s “underground man” is frequently restless, generally cruel, and totally cut off from other people. The “underground man’s” rants are brutally independent and honest. Notes from Underground by…

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