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The Nose After Disappearing From The Deputy Inspector S Face, His Nose Shows Up Around Town Before Returning To Its Proper Place.


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    Gogol s The Nose 1835 , is an early triumph of surrealism, daring and delightful in the way it jars and disjoins one realitiy from another, but it is also a vivid realistic depiction of the sights and sounds of early 19th century St Petersburg including the essential bridges, buildings and monuments , a savage criticism of the way petty bureaucrats jockeyed for position within Russia s complex government classification system, as well as a critical examination of the nature of story telling Gogol s The Nose 1835 , is an early triumph of surrealism, daring and delightful in the way it jars and disjoins one realitiy from another, but it is also a vivid realistic depiction of the sights and sounds of early 19th century St Petersburg including the essential bridges, buildings and monuments , a savage criticism of the way petty bureaucrats jockeyed for position within Russia s complex government classification system, as well as a critical examination of the nature of story telling itself..Our tale begins as Yakovlevich the Barber cuts into his breakfast roll and rec...


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    It is a truth universally acknowledged that the longer andcarefully we look at a funny story, the sadder it becomes. As expected, this is a hilarious story After an intriguing introduction that I shall refrain from explaining, we are told that a man woke up, looked at his mirror but didn t find any labyrinths of time nor tigers that haunt dreams He only noticed that his nose had disappeared Was it during the night Perhaps a second before he opened his eyes We will never know But, in It is a truth universally acknowledged that the longer andcarefully we look at a funny story, the sadder it becomes. As expected, this is a hilarious story After an intriguing introduction that I shall refrain from explaining, we are told that a man woke up, looked at his mirror but didn t find any labyrinths of time nor tigers that haunt dreams He only noticed that his nose had disappeared Was it during the night Perhaps a second before he opened his eyes We will never know But, in an act that can only be described as a heinous betrayal and a challenge to every manifestation of reason, that part of his body escaped from the surface of his respectable looking face and became a well dressed entity, very pleased with himself and, oddly, with a better social rank than his Ah, and he was so proud of that rank You know, he is the kind of person to whom you mig...


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    One day a nose suddenly goes To whither, nobody knowsThus leaving a smooth vacancyOn gentle face an averse fancyThen it was found in the streetPanting owner, rushing feetHis nose was now higher in rankNose thus rose and owner sankHow the deuce had that happened Let us read it till the end A beautiful satire by Gogol.I really enjoyed ...


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    This world is full of the most outrageous nonsense Sometimes things happen which you would hardly think possible Indeed, like losing your nose And for the man who has lost his nose, his life is literally now over How could he possibly be seen in public again How could anyone ever take him seriously How could he ever get that all too important promotion or ever please his wife So ridiculously funny this reaction becomes, the nose is everything to him and losing it means he can no longerThis world is full of the most outrageous nonsense Sometimes things happen which you would hardly think possible Indeed, like losing your nose And for the man who has lost his nose, his life is literally now over How could he possibly be seen in public again How could anyone ever take him seriously How could he ever get that all too important promotion or ever please his wife So ridiculously funny this reaction becomes, the nose is everything to him and losing it means he can no longer function And so Gogle wields the absurd to demonstrate the absurd The man thinks he has a different character now he is someone else, something else And here is the rub What has actually changed Nothing His nose has gone That s it In this Gogle shows how much importance is placed upon appearance in this vain, vain, world It is so s...


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    Some people take Gogol too seriously Me I just apply duct tape to the edges of my nose to make sure it won t get up and walk away It seems to be a functional, cheap solution And I can change the color weekly From Vaught s Practical Character Reader, p 86.My nose is somewhere between Good and Bad and Se...


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    SoI sort of removed my nose ok don t laugh pls, I know I look mad I did it for er, literature Voldanya A portmanteau of Voldemort and Ananya, geddit geddit D D D Notice how the patch is as uniform as a newly fried pancake.Gogol s short story Nose is about a Collegiate Assessor Kovalyov who one day wakes up with his nose missing I was reminded a little of Kafka s sad novella Metamorphosis The novelette is bizarrely humorous and follows the noseless adventures of Kovalyov run SoI sort of removed my nose ok don t laugh pls, I know I look mad I did it for er, literature Voldanya A portmanteau of Voldemort and Ananya, geddit geddit D D D Notice how the patch is as uniform as a newly fried pancake.Gogol s short story Nose is about a Collegiate Assessor Kovalyov who one day wakes up with his nose missing I was reminded a little of Kafka s sad novella Metamorphosis The novelette is bizarrely humorous and follows the noseless adventures of Kovalyov running after his nose trying to catch it red handed and making it sit on his face heh heh Poor Kovalyov nearly went out of his mind He did not know what to make of it How, in fact, could a nose, which only yesterday was in the middle of his face, and which could not possibly walk around or drive in a carriage, suddenly turn up in a un...


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    Hold thy nose, aye, hold thy nose Thee reason behind my crazy prose Mine went hopping, like it didn t care,Left my face, a patch so bare Mighty, my pride, huddled agroundAnd I ran in search, all about Ahoy It worn a senior garb And scorned at my verbal stab,And the wound, sullied my chanceWith a dame, of marital dance.All random strolls, I also lost,Something that I enjoyed most.No agent, no police ...


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    Gogol, said to have an ugly nose himself, gives this nose maybe his a life of it s own Whatever meaning was intended, Gogol delivers a tale as entertaining and funny as any short story I ve read.


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