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Diary of a Madman and Other Stories Hailed By Nabokov As The Greatest Artist That Russia Has Yet Produced, Nikolai Gogol 1809 1852 Left His Mark As A Playwright, Novelist, And Writer Of Short Stories Gogol S Works Remain Popular With Both Writers And Readers, Who Prize His Originality, Imaginative Gifts, And Sheer Exuberance.This Collection Offers An Excellent Introduction To The Author S Works Opening A Door To His Bizarre World Of Broad Comedy, Fantasy, And Social Commentary, The Title Story Portrays A Petty Official S Mental Disintegration As He Struggles For The Attention Of The Woman He Loves Set During The Repressive Rule Of Nicholas I, It Satirizes The Bureaucratic Excesses Of The Era Additional Tales Include The Nevski Prospect, A Portrayal Of The Feverish Pace Of St Petersburg Street Life, And The Portrait, A Gripping Depiction Of A Soul S Perdition.


10 thoughts on “Diary of a Madman and Other Stories

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    Notes of a Madman and other stories, Nikolai Gogol 2006 1381 304 9643125971 1381 1385 1388 1392 9789643125974 19Notes of a Madman and other stories, Nikolai Gogol 2006 1381 304 9643125971 1381 1385 1388 1392 9789643125974 19


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    A deluge of thoughts came down on him Thoughts without sense of purpose or direction that caused a little stir and numerous inquisitive looks.Conversations with a dog Delusions of grandeur persecutions that might have never existed Envy that mumbles incoherent things, day in day out silence is a privilege reserved for others, an idyllic state he has been forbidden from finding again il...


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    El s lo hecho de que un ruso de Petersburgo quiera ser el Rey de Espa a, demuestra la maestr a con la que Gogol dominaba el absurdo para aplicarlo a un cuento Con La Nariz, llega a su plenitud Admiro mucho a Nikolai


  5. says:

    This book forever changed my view of little dogs.


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    Gogol s anti heroThe Madman tries to make sense of the world with one eye Maybe the lesser seen the better THEI read Russian authors, theI seem to be enamoured by them I read Nikolai Vesilievich Gogol s The Overcoat last year and loved it Today I read Diary of a Madman and loved it as much Here I should also mention that Gogol was a Russian language writer of Ukrainian origin.Geoffrey Rush on stage as the anti hero Madman Is it really a madman who is writing his diary or is Gogol s anti heroThe Madman tries to mak...


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    O , , , O , , ,,.To 5 5 ,, , , ,,, 4 5 ,who cares, the man is fucking Gogol


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    When you look back to the Golden Era of Russian Literature, Nikolai Gogol is like the odd man out You have the romanticism of Pushkin, the philosophical depth found in Dostoyevsky, complex examinations of Russian society in Tolstoy, the realist style of Turgenev and then you have the satirical and farcical works of Gogol It s funny because Gogol s stories fit ever so comfortably amongst the twentieth century Russian literature, where satirical stories were rampant due to Soviet censors It s e When you look back to the Golden Era of Russian Literature, Nikolai Gogol is like the odd man out You have the romanticism of Pushkin, the philosophical depth found in Dostoyevsky, complex examinations of Russian society in Tolstoy, the realist style of Turgenev and then you have the satirical and farcical works of Gogol It s funny because Gogol s stories fit ever so comfortably amongst the twentieth century Russian literature, where satirical stories were rampant due to Soviet censors It s ever so comfortable because you don t need to consciously place your mind in nineteenth century Russia to read Gogol Somehow he places it for you, without any extended visual sequences needed You are just there, in amongst the ...


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    _The diary of a madman_ It s a 4,5 One of the finest short stories i have ever read I loved it 3