Notes from the Underground - Part II: Chapters IX and X Summary & Analysis

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Part II: Chapters IX and X Summary

Liza appears and the writer invites her to sit then goes to Apollon. He gives him his wages that are due then instructs him to go get tea to serve Liza. When the author returns to Liza, he rails against Apollon and tells her of the servant's faults. He then bursts into tears and realizes that he's in a frenzy and must appear ridiculous. Apollon leaves the tea and neither the writer nor Liza are comfortable enough to serve. They sit in silence and the author notes that he's being mean and that it makes Liza sad. He then begins to scream at Liza, asking her why she'd come and telling her that he'd sell the world for a kopek if it would only gain him a little peace.

Liza looks hurt and...

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