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The Underground Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - From His Grace's Journal to a Local Woman's Account Summary

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From His Grace's Journal to a Local Woman's Account Summary

These sections include 16 entries from the Duke's journal 13 of which are mentioned here. These entries span a period from October 22 to November 27. A local woman's account is also included.

On October 22, the Duke receives map as a gift from Mr. Bird. As he studies the map, he is initially impressed by the details, but upon closer examination he finds many flaws in the map. Some of the cities seem poorly proportioned and even ugly. The Duke becomes disturbed by this discovery, but when he turns his attention to locating his own estate, he becomes better.

On October 27, the Duke takes a walk through Tile Kiln and Cow-close Wood. Because it is autumn, the trees are losing their leaves. The Duke finds the leafless condition of the trees "humiliating." He compares his...

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