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The narrator of Notes from Underground is an anonymous recluse who chronicles his own ideas and his opinion of others' ideas and actions in a first-person diary.
The narrator's musings on philosophy in Part 1 of Notes from Underground are usually written in the present tense. His descriptions of his actions in Part 2 are mainly told in the past tense.
The narrator of Notes from Underground is an embittered man who writes from the below-ground hovel where he lives in isolation. The title also refers to being "underground" insofar as the narrator has hidden himself in his dark rooms to avoid society.
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