The Underground Man - From His Grace's Journal to Mr. Bowen's Account Summary & Analysis

Mick Jackson
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In these sections, we find four of the Duke's journal entries spanning October 14 to October 17. These entries are supplemented with accounts from Mr. Grimshaw, who is employed by the Duke as a carriage driver and Mr. Bowen, who was hired by the Duke to design and manufacture ornaments for the underground tunnel system.

In one journal entry for October 14, the Duke describes a visit to the laundry room of his estate. Upon waking in the morning, the Duke treks down to the laundry room to find out what has happened to his socks. The laundry room is run by Mrs. Pledger who is assisted by four girls. After having Mrs. Pledger introduce him to the girls, the Duke becomes distracted by the soap bubbles in one of the sinks. He imagines that the bubbles look like the British Isles and as he continues to stare at them, they take on...

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