Notes from the Underground by Fyodor Dostoevsky is a fictional, first-person confession told by a hateful, hyper-conscious man living underground. Written in 1864, Notes from the Underground reflects the changes in Dostoevsky’s thought that had occurred as a result of recent events in his life. His dear wife was dying at that time and that might have affected his work. Dostoevsky, himself, said of the work: ‘It will be a powerful and candid piece; it will be truth.’ Complete & unabridged. Printed on good quality paper.