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This is a wonderful book, the culmination of many years of reading and meditation, of intense engagement with the enigma of Gogol. . .
Essays on Gogol: Logos and the Russian Word
These fourteen essays reflect the increasingly interdisciplinary character of Russian literature research in general and of the study of Gogol in particular, focusing on specific works, Gogol's own character, and the various approaches to ...
Susanne Fusso, Priscilla Meyer, 1994
Nikolai Gogol was the most idiosyncratic of the great Russian novelists of the 19th century and lived a tragically short life which was as chaotic as the lives of the characters he created.
Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov, 1961
Gogol from the Twentieth Century: Eleven Essays
The Description for this book, Gogol From the Twentieth Century: Eleven Essays, will be forthcoming.
Bely’s argument in this book is that Gogol’s earlier writing should be given more consideration than most critics have granted.
Andrei Bely, Christopher Colbath, 2009
The Creation of Nikolai Gogol - Halaman 5
And why is such a deep and weighty significance attributed primarily to Gogol?”2 The grounds for official nervousness here came alike from the potency of Gogol's work and from its unclear purport—from the fact, as Prince Vyazemsky noted at ...
Phantasms of Matter: In Gogol (and Gombrowicz)
An investigation into the problem of writing about matter in Nikolai Gogol's work and, indirectly, into the entire Neoplatonic tradition in Russian literature, this book is not intended to be an exhaustive historical survey of the concept ...
The Complete Tales of Nikolai Gogol - Jilid 1
A collection of short stories portrays life in rural Russia and satirizes Russian society
Nikolai Gogol, Leonard J. Kent, 1985
Gogol's Afterlife: The Evolution of a Classic in Imperial ...
In Gogol's Afterlife, Stephen Moeller-Sally explores how he achieved this peculiar brand of cultural authority and later maintained it, despite dramatic shifts in the organization of Russian literature and society.
Stephen Moeller-Sally, 2002
Gogol: Plays and Selected Writings
These translations of Gogol's plays restore the vitality of Gogol's language and humour, finally allowing his dramatic art to speak directly to Western readers, directors, actors and theatre-goers.
Nikolaĭ Vasilʹevich Gogolʹ, Milton Ehre, Fruma Gottschalk, 1980