1 of 5
What state is the consistent result of the narrator's overly-developed consciousness?

2 of 5
Normal men, who act immediately and blindly upon their instincts, are seen by the Underground Man as stupid but ___.

3 of 5
The Underground Man illustrates the aesthetics of misery, describing how one might find pleasure in ___.

4 of 5
What aspect of being physically unwell does the Underground Man identify as pleasurable?

5 of 5
What does the Underground Man imagine his audience doing in response to his argument about finding pleasure in misery?