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Tutti i racconti PDF/EPUB ☆ Tutti i eBook á Николай ГогольNikolai Gogol born in Sorochyntsi Poltava Governorate Russian Empire present day Ukraine Russian writer of Ukrainian descent Gogol's mother was a descendant of Polish nobility Gogol's father Vasyl Hohol Yanovsky a Ukrainian writer best known for his plays died when Gogol was years old In Gogol went to a school of higher art in Tutti i eBook á Nizhyn and remained there until It was there that he began writing Very early he developed a dark and secretive disposition marked by a painful self consciousness and boundless ambition Eually early he developed an extraordinary talent for mimicry which later on made him a matchless reader of his own worksIn on leaving school Gogol came to Petersburg He had hoped for literary fame and brought with him a Romantic poem of German idyllic life – Ganz Küchelgarten He had it published at his own expense under the name of V Alov The magazines he sent it to almost universally derided it He bought all the copies and destroyed them swearing never to write poetry againGogol was one of the first masters of the short story alongside Alexander Pushkin Prosper Mérimée E T A Hoffmann and Nathaniel Hawthorne He was in touch with the literary aristocracy and was taken up by Vasily Zhukovsky and Pyotr Pletnyov and in was introduced to PushkinIn he brought out the first volume of his Ukrainian stories Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka which met with immediate success He followed it in with a second volume and in by two volumes of stories entitled Mirgorod as well as by two volumes of miscellaneous prose entitled Arabesues At this time Gogol developed a passion for Ukrainian history and tried to obtain an appointment to the history department at Kiev University His fictional story Taras Bulba based on the history of Ukrainian cossacks was the result of this phase in his interests Between and Gogol worked with great energy though almost all his work has in one way or another its sources in his four years of contact with Pushkin Only after the presentation on April of his comedy The Government Inspector Revizor that he finally came to believe in his literary vocationFrom to he lived abroad travelling throughout Germany and Switzerland as well as spending the winter of – in ParisPushkin's death produced a strong impression on Gogol His principal work during years following Pushkin's death was the satirical epic Dead Souls Concurrently he worked at other tasks – recast Taras Bulba and The Portrait completed his second comedy Marriage Zhenitba wrote the fragment Rome and his most famous short story The OvercoatAfter the triumph of Dead Souls Gogol came to be regarded as a great satirist who lampooned the unseemly sides of Imperial Russia However Dead Souls was but the first part of a counterpart to The Divine Comedy The first part represented the Inferno; the second part was to depict the gradual purification and transformation of the rogue Chichikov under the influence of virtuous publicans and governors – PurgatoryHis last years were spent in restless movement throughout the country He intensified his relationship with a church elder Matvey Konstantinovsky He seems to have strengthened in Gogol the fear of perdition by insisting on the sinfulness of all his imaginative work His health was undermined by exaggerated ascetic practices and he fell into a state of deep depression On the night of February he burned some of his manuscripts which contained most of the second part of Dead Souls He explained this as a mistake a practical joke played on him by the Devil Soon thereafter he took to bed refused all food and died in great pain nine days later For goodread's profile in Russian see.

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  1. Garima Garima says:

    Tutti i racconti PDF/EPUB ☆ Tutti i eBook á tutti pdf, racconti download, Tutti i mobile, Tutti i racconti PDFEPUB We all came from Gogol's overcoatFyodor DostoevskyDuring my childhood like many other kids I was also in the habit of listening to bedtime stories They were usually told by my father or my grandmother My granny stuck to stories she knew already either related to her life in her village or some anecdotes related to Hindu Mythology where there is no dearth of tales My father however had to come up with a new story every time in an on the spot manner These stories used to be sweet simple at times illogical but enjoyable ne


  2. Bill Kerwin Bill Kerwin says:

    Tutti i racconti PDF/EPUB ☆ Tutti i eBook á tutti pdf, racconti download, Tutti i mobile, Tutti i racconti PDFEPUBTo those interested in the short fiction of Gogol I couldn’t recommend a better collection All the masterpieces are here the selection is representative the translation is vigorous and the introduction is informative and helpfulOf course the masterpieces of the St Petersburg period are here “The Nose” “The Diary of a Madman “Nevsky Prospect” “The Overcoat” Gogol’s macabre and satiric depictions of humiliation and madness among the bureaucrats of Russia’s capital city but the masterpieces of Gogol’s Ukrainian period are here also “St John’s Eve” “The Night Before Christmas” “The Terrible Vengeance” “Viy” those exuberant


  3. Warwick Warwick says:

    Tutti i racconti PDF/EPUB ☆ Tutti i eBook á tutti pdf, racconti download, Tutti i mobile, Tutti i racconti PDFEPUBDo you remember that bit in Through the Looking glass where the Red ueen turns into a sheep‘Oh much better’ cried the ueen her voice rising into a sueak as she went on ‘Much be etter Be etter Be e e etter Be e ehh’ The last word ended in a long bleat so like a sheep that Alice uite startedShe looked at the ueen who seemed to have suddenly wrapped herself up in wool Alice rubbed her eyes and looked again She couldn't make out what had happened at all Was she in a shop And was that really – was it really a sheep that was sitting on the other side of the counterWhen I was a kid I was obsessed by this passage That a writer should ‘make things up’ was something I accepted instinctively – nothing could be natural than to invent incidents people even whole species for a story But that the basic preconditions of reality – the laws of physics the relationship between senses and experience – that these could be simply ignored or blended at will – that a ueen could


  4. MJ Nicholls MJ Nicholls says:

    Tutti i racconti PDF/EPUB ☆ Tutti i eBook á tutti pdf, racconti download, Tutti i mobile, Tutti i racconti PDFEPUBFirst this is not The Complete Tales The unlearned distinction between Collected Complete has angered completists the world over Collected means incomplete a


  5. Margitte Margitte says:

    Tutti i racconti PDF/EPUB ☆ Tutti i eBook á tutti pdf, racconti download, Tutti i mobile, Tutti i racconti PDFEPUB Russian literature so full of enigmas contains no greater creative mystery than Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol31 March 1809 – 4 March 1852 He has done for the Russian novel and Russian prose what Pushkin has done for Russian poetry Before these two men came Russian literature can hardly have been said to exist It was pompous in effect with pseudo classism with strong foreign influences In the speech of the upper circles there was an over fondness for German French and English words Between them the two friends by the force of their great genius cleared away the debris which made for sterility and erected in their stead a nude structure out of living Russian words The spoken word borne of the people gave soul and wings to literature Only by coming to earth the native earth was it enabled to sourComing up from little Russia the Ukraine with cossack blood in his vains Gogol injected his own healthy virus into a body blew his o


  6. James James says:

    Tutti i racconti PDF/EPUB ☆ Tutti i eBook á tutti pdf, racconti download, Tutti i mobile, Tutti i racconti PDFEPUBNikolai Gogol based on the image results my Google search spat back reminds me of that uietly excited classmate who's usually game to tag along with you for some mischief making Whoopee cushions and joy buzzers presumably hadn't been around then so one shudders at the tricks his imagination must've improvised From his eyes shines a look too knowing not to have exposed his hastily planned cover ups and landed him in a few or hundred detentions spent here


  7. J.M. Hushour J.M. Hushour says:

    Tutti i racconti PDF/EPUB ☆ Tutti i eBook á tutti pdf, racconti download, Tutti i mobile, Tutti i racconti PDFEPUBGogol wrote many fine short stories almost all of which I think are collected here Since I read the well known Petersburg tal


  8. Alex Alex says:

    Tutti i racconti PDF/EPUB ☆ Tutti i eBook á tutti pdf, racconti download, Tutti i mobile, Tutti i racconti PDFEPUBMy first reaction to Gogol was bewilderment It's funny and engaging to read butwhat the hell is it about I'm not sure what the point of Diary of a Madman is although I know I enjoyed itPevear and Volokhonsky's intro is helpful although it contains a number of minor spoilers Their point is that if you try to understand Gogol you are failing Gogol himself didn't understand Gogol We still do not know what Gogol is says some guy they uoted PV write that Gogol as compared to traditional storytellers has nothing in mind Memory plays no part in his work He does not know where the act of writing will lead himPushk


  9. kaelan kaelan says:

    Tutti i racconti PDF/EPUB ☆ Tutti i eBook á tutti pdf, racconti download, Tutti i mobile, Tutti i racconti PDFEPUBThese tales and novellas are incredible I was already familiar with The Overcoat and The Nose both of which exude a certain bureaucratic Bartleby ish vibe But what especially impressed me this time around were the earlier Ukrainian Tales such as the poignant Old World Landowners and the indescribably disturbing Terrible Vengeance which combine folklore proto po mo narrative and surreal nightmare logic into something completely and utterly sui generisLess impressive in my view is the now ubiuitous Pevear Volokhonsky translation I'd enjoyed PV's version of The Brothers Karamazov – a novel largely consisting of dialogue and plot – but found their doggedly literal approach ill suited to such a vibrant prose stylist as Gogol In their hands Gogol's language often came across as stiff awkward and vaguely academic I had a similar problem with their translation of Bulgakov Peop


  10. Jean-marcel Jean-marcel says:

    Tutti i racconti PDF/EPUB ☆ Tutti i eBook á tutti pdf, racconti download, Tutti i mobile, Tutti i racconti PDFEPUBThis anthology is so achingly good that I read it slowly over a period of abouta year and when I was through I was extremely sad that there weren't any tales for me to come to afresh But I can still re read these many a time and always gain once again that feeling of a glorious unfettered sort of artistic madness that teeters on so many precipices but never falls nor falters Here we have wild humour sincere and touching expressions of humanity carousing feasting absurdity and threatening darkness touched with a hint of


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