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Sites about Notes from Underground

by Fyodor Dostoevsky

Critical sites about Notes from Underground

Dostoevsky, Notes from Underground
This site includes some useful background material on the novel, as well as a summary of critical response to it, with reference to works about the novel.
Contains: Historical Context, Bibliography, Content Analysis
Author: Gary R. Jahn
Kant's Aesthetics in Dostoevsky's Notes from Underground
The author writes, "I would like to step back from the text, set aside the problem of the author's intention, and read the text anew as fiction, to ask, despite the Underground Man's frequent jibes at Kant's theory of "the sublime and the beautiful" in Dostoevsky's Notes from Underground, is there a more profound sense in which Dostoevsky affirms Kant's theory?"
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: David A. Goldfarb
From: Newsletter of the Society for Russian Religious Philosophy Issue 1, Spring 1995 pgs. 11-19

Other (non-critical) sites about Notes from Underground

Notes from the Underground: Reading Guide
A fairly straightforward list of questions on the work, chapter-by-chapter.
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Dr. George Mitrevski
Author: Dr. George Mitrevski
Study Guide for Dostoyevsky: Notes from Underground
Includes a brief discussion of the novel, as well as chapter-by-chapter study questions.
Contains: Plot Summary, Content Analysis
Author: Paul Brians
From: Course Materials, Including Study Guides to Various Works
Author: Paul Brians
From: Course Materials, Including Study Guides to Various Works

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