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Gogol

Nikolai Vasilievich . 1809--52, Russian novelist, dramatist, and short-story writer. His best-known works are The Government Inspector (1836), a comedy satirizing bureaucracy, and the novel Dead Souls (1842)
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A vibrant chronicle of one of today's most notorious and revered live bands, Gogol Bordello Non-Stop follows Eugene Hutz's gypsy-punk brigade around the world as they spread their liberating libertine musical gospel.
For Gogol, Scott's uncertainties provided a set of formative aesthetic and philosophical conditions.
Early in his career Gogol was best known for his short stories, which gained him the admiration of the Russian literary circle, including Pushkin.
Moreover, if Gogol ends with something of a deflation, with an almost nostalgic image of the Cossacks escaping as they remember their fallen leader, the film ends with a visual demonstration of militant force, with hordes of Cossacks confronting the audience in a panoramic shot that represents a climax to the impassioned rhetoric of the dying martyr, Bulba.
Gogol Bordello took the stage to be greeted by a venue that was literally packed full.
Russian literary critics have long declared the Ukrainian-born writer Nikolai Gogol (1809-1852) as one of their own, as an exemplar of the Russian spirit and an exponent of Russian nationalism.
A London-based romp, 'Filth and Wisdom' stars Eugene Hutz, the Ukrainian frontman for a real-life Gypsy punk rock band, Gogol Bordello, as well as British cult star Richard E Grant.
A delegation led by Professor Alexander Gogol, the rector of the university, visited Warwick this week to discuss the development
Over 30 years, we follow Ashima (Tabu) as she falls in love with her husband (Irfan Khan), then see how their son Gogol (Kal Penn) copes as a first-generation American.
They are pressured to find a name for their infant son before leaving the hospital, contrary to Bengali convention, and make an unusual selection, naming him Gogol.
Or is it about the Ganguli family who move from 1970s Calcutta to New York and raise their son Gogol (Kal Penn), who marries an American, neglects his heritage and ignores his parents?