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50 Years of Silence yOther worldly powers The world Gogol crafted is suffused with the magical as well as the grotesue The best way to enjoy his stories is to suspend judgment and allow oneself to be immersed in the surreal interactions of man nature and supernatural forcesBelow are two stories that stood out for meThe Diary of a MadmanThis story is one of Gogol s best known works The protagonist is Mr Ivanovotch a disgruntled pen mender who has lost his mind We hear his thoughts that are initially benign and almost comic surrounding dissatisfaction with his colleagues and infatuation with his director s daughter Gogol skillfully showed how Ivanovitch s mind unravels He hears dogs speak He becomes increasingly detached from reality One day Ivanovitch makes a startling discovery Theear 2000 April 43rd Today is a day of splendid triumph Spain has a king he has been found and I am he I discovered it today all of a sudden it came upon me like a flash of lightning His fragmented mind is reflected in how the calendar is no longer recognizable eg Marchember 86 Sad taleThe Mysterious PortraitThis is the story I thought most remarkable in this slim volume It is a mesmerizing story about the fate that befalls an artist on account of a strange portrait that he acuired from the last twenty kopeks in his purse Part I describes the portrait s lifelike unnerving and piercing eyes on the face of an Asiatic old man in flowing robes This portrait drastically changes not only the fortune of a penurious artist but also his artistic soul This tale explores the travails of the artist as he seeks to balance faithfulness to his vocation the veracity of his talent that hard work and devotion coaxes into refinement against the economic realities of survival and the temptation to sacrifice art to popular opinion and consumerism Part II picks up the back story to the mysterious portrait and its hidden power II picks up the back story to the mysterious portrait and its hidden power telling of this tale cannot but cause us to think about the role of art and its incredible power for good and evil The artist can be a conveyor of all that is beautiful and divine but he can also become an instrument of harm if he betrays his talent and his heart is not in the right place The story has an enigmatic ending that leaves a disuieting feel as if those eyes are still searching for their next unsuspecting soul to destroyThe Diary of a Madman and Other Stories is captivating mostly on account of its strangeness The novella Evenings in Little Russia and two stories An Evening in May A Mid Simmer Evening are bizarre tales about how thwarted courting couples enlist the help of the supernatural to be together After a while I learn that mystic powers can be invested in a red svitka a coat that old women are often witches in disguise and that a lovelorn person should never sell his or her soul to the devil Read The Diary of a Madman and Other Stories for a taste of Gogol s fantastical writing Five fantastic hilarious short stories The absurdity is sublime Diary of a madman where a low level public official goes mad Stalking his bosses daughter and then believing he is the king of Spain even when being beaten in an insane asylum The Nose is hilarious What happens if ou wake up without a nose Then the journey to get it back The Overcoat is exuisite with once again the main character a poor clerk who finds his overcoat threadbare and unrepairable He then painstakingly saves his roubles to buy the coat of his dreams Then Gets It Stolen And gets it stolen and a deadly chill Careful for what ou wish forHow Ivan Ivanovich uarreled with Ivan Nikiforovich reminds me a Careful for what ou wish forHow Ivan Ivanovich uarreled with Ivan Nikiforovich reminds me a of Bleak House and the Jarndyce versus Jarndyce lawsuit Two bosom buddies fall out over a rifle and that worse insult of being called a gooseLastly the unfinished story of the nephew and his manipulative aunt is amusing Well worth reading with the hidden meanings behind the stories still being debated toda. ? گوگول کمدی‌های سرگرم‌کننده‌ای هستند که با هیچ‌وپوچ شروع می‌شوند، با هیچ‌وپوچ ادامه می‌یابند، و به اشک ختم می‌شوند، و در پایان، زندگی نام می‌گیرند قصه‌هایش همگی همین‌طورند اولش سرگرم‌کننده، سپس غم زندگی خود ما هم چنین است اولش سرگرم کننده، و بعد غم چقدر شعر، چقدر فلسفه، و چقدر حقیقت در این‌جا نهفته اس. .

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Golden Era of Russian Literature Nikolai Gogol 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 ou 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 Punainen kuin veri you don t need to consciously placeour mind in nineteenth century Russia to read Gogol Somehow he places it for Make You Mine you without any extended visual seuences needed You are just there in amongst the surrealism the farce the political satire the absurdism the uirkiness the sadness the self awareness Gogol effortlessly transportsou on a literary odyssey like no other literature from that era It s all these ualities that keeps Gogol s stories so fresh timeless and hilarious It s understandable that without Gogol we would have no Dostoyevsky Kafka Bulgakov Platonov and so many other different writers Soviet writers of the early twentieth century especially during Stalin s regime can only thank Gogol for writing socially and politically charged satires and managing to get away with them Let s not forget that there were strict censors even during the nineteenth century especially during Gogol s lifetime I confess I felt deeply troubled when I considered how unusually delicate and insubstantial the moon is The moon as everyone knows is usually made in Hamburg and they make a complete hash of it I m surprised that the English don t do something about it The moon is manufactured by a lame cooper and it s obvious the idiot has no idea what it should be made of The materials he uses are tarred rope and linseed oil That s why there s such a terrible stink all over the earth s why there s such a terrible stink all over the earth makes us stop our noses up And it also explains why the moon is such a delicate sphere and why people can t live there only noses For this reason we can t see our own noses any as they re all on the moon Gogol Diary of a Madman Diary of a Madman The Nose and The Overcoat are probably his very best short stories and all stylistically very different from one another Utilising the diary format the protagonist Poprishchin in Diary of a Madman challenges governmental bureaucracy and upper society in a hilarious and somewhat sad satire of a delusional man simply wanting to be noticed in the world echoing the world we live in today Some of literature s funniest lines can be found in Diary of a Madman The Nose is a complete farce an almost proto Kafkaesue and self aware journey of a man whose nose has mysteriously fallen off his face and his travels around St Petersburg to find it The Overcoat completely changes tone into a gloomy atmospheric tale of perception and troubled consciences all revolving around an overcoat Still Gogol retains his trademark absurdism and structured prose in an all round fantastic collection of his short stories Gogol is simply one of Russia s greatest writers Mental illness is no laughing matter but Gogol s use of humor is intentional in this well known short story and it s hard ot to chuckle at his story about the dog s conversation For a serious depiction of someones decent in to mental illness I recommend The Yellow Wallpaper and Other Stories by Charlotte Perkins Gilman The Diary of a Madman and Other Stories is my first foray into the writing of Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol an early 19th century Russian writer of Ukrainian origin This collection contains six short stories and a novella The stories are not all eually robust but a couple are excellent Dominant themes revolve around men seeking escape from their poverty or hankering after marriage to maidens beyond their reach or a future to which they aspire and almost always their regretful recourse to. ? است که با خود بگوید «چقدر همه‌ی این‌ها ساده، عادی، طبیعی، و حقیقی است، و درعین‌حال چقدر بکر و تازه» این سادگی قصه‌نویسی، این صراحت لهجه، این پرهیز از نمایش‌پردازی، این پیش‌پاافتادگی و معمولی بودن اتفاقات قصه‌ها، علائم حقیقی و قطعی خلاقیت هستند این شعری حقیقی است، شعر زندگی خود ماستتقریباً همه‌ی قصه‌ها?. This book forever changed my view of little "dogs The diary of a madmanIt s a 45One of the finest short stories i have ever read "The diary of a madmanIt s a 45One of the finest short stories i have ever read loved it 3 The Diary OF A MADMANLIKE THE TITLE SUGGESTS a MadmanLike the title suggests s the diary of a man who steadily succumbs to madness schizophrenia *Anyone of any age time status can find themselves relating to the hero and that s what makes it a *of any age time status can find themselves relating to the hero and that s what makes it a frightening A uniue combination with its humorous style This is the second Gogol that I read and it s so so so much fun to live in his worldIf The Overcoat had the poise and permanence of a man who understands the tribulations of his fellow human being in this one Gogol sits in the mind of a madman to make us understand the thinking process of the person behind the facade The story is the journey of a man from the normal state of sear It s great to know Nabokov at least appreciated one other Russian writer And I m sure he himself would have been proud of writing these stories Full of dark humor turmoil tragedy and farce this strange and lively collection contains some of the finest short stories from any Russian writer Sometimes nodding towards Bulgakov sometimes towards Kafka Gogol stands out as one of the greats and was way ahead of his time The other stories were good but The Diary of a Madman was the best It s uite simply nuts but also genius in the way it carries a deeper message on isolation and bureaucracy Great to read again and again If More Than a Princess (The Montevaro Monarchy you are a reader of taste and discernment a reader who values their timeou could do worse than pick up this little volume of tales by Nikolai Gogol How many books of a merely 231 pages can offer The Courage to Stand Alone Letters from Prison and Other Writings you four masterpieces three short stories one novella and one delightful expertly crafted short story that might convinceou it was a masterpiece too if Halftime with Craig you had discovered it almost anywhere except in this august companyFrom the first Gogol was an outsider Ukrainian born but descended from Cossacks a gentleman but of the lesser gentry fiercely ambitious but moody and solitary his schoolmates called him our mysterious dwarf His early work was a series of Ukrainian stories but his mother had to help him research the details for he had only a little knowledge of his own history His later tales are set in St Petersburg the governmental capital of Russia from whose closely regulated social hierarchy he felt alienated and which he held in great contempt Still an outsider he was a Ukrainian in a Russian world Fortunately though St Petersburg recognized great work when they saw it Pushkin admired him his play The Government Inspector was a success and Gogol was welcomed into the literary worldThe tale of Gogol s life grows darker from then on but all the works in this small volume are taken from this early period Taras Bulba is a romantic epic in miniature an account of the Cossack people at war with the Poles filled with savagery and heroism The other masterpieces here are all taken from his St Petersburg Tales ironic depictions of petty men obsessed with their position in a bureaucratic hierarchy in the ghostly tale The Overcoat perhaps the greatest of the works here a bureaucrat seeks and loses a new coat to uphold his declining status in the surrealistic work The Nose a bureaucrat s own nose abandons him and goes off to seek social status on its own and in wildly funny and pathetic The Diary of a Madman a bureaucratic clerk obsessively in love with his employer s daughter disintegrates into increasingly delusions The other tale the comically anti climactic The Carriage though it is set in a little town where the cavalry is stationed and features a local landowner and former cavalryman is filled with same concerns for social status as The St Petersburg Tales The translation here is a good one and flows easily I didn t find the afterward by Priscilla Meyer all that helpful But at least it is mercifully brief Whenou look back to the. وجه مشخصه‌ی داستان‌های گوگول سادگی قصه‌نویسی، ویژگی قومی، امانت محض نسبت به زندگی، و بکر بودن و سرزندگی خنده‌آور آن‌هاست که همیشه تحت‌تأثیر احساس عمیق غم و دلتنگی قرار می‌گیرد همه‌ی این ویژگی‌ها یک منبع دارند گوگول شاعر است، شاعر زندگی حقیقیاولین تأثیری که هر یک از قصه‌های گوگول بر خواننده می‌گذارد ای?. .

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