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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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No Gogol Bordello set is ever long enough and every one of their UK tours ends in this city for a good reason.
The Namesake, her first novel is about the hybrid identity and cultural crunch of Gogol, his detestation for his native culture, desegregated affairs and racial marriage all end up in shambles, and his gradual reconciliation with his aboriginal culture.
There is no doubt that Nabokov's eventual reputation of a literary megastar contributed to a rise of critical interest in Nikolai Gogol in the English-speaking world, where Gogol was virtually unknown at the time when Nabokov's biography was published in 1942.
Chichikov, Gogol's protagonist, is purchasing serfs officially registered as living, according to a census roster.
Gogol was 3-1-4 in with a team-leading 149 penalty minutes for Worcester this season and scored 20 points in 131 career games with the Sharks.
Por eso, en lugar de escribir sobre Pushkin, mejor escribire sobre Gogol.
"Como en todas las obras de Gogol, Diario de un loco es de gran contenido ideologico y critica social, en Mexico tiene vigencia particular porque la corrupcion ramplante de la Rusia zarista del siglo XIX no dista mucho de nuestros aparatos gubernamentales actuales.
The Gogol Mogol cannot be reused and must be thrown away after a single use, but has been created out of recycled materials to reduce waste.
Starting her story of second-generation disorientation with the very birth of its protagonist, Gogol, filtered through his mother, Lahiri implies that, for their parents, the offspring of migrants are bound to incarnate, albeit unwittingly, the living signifiers of an arrival in the U.S.
Thus, since 2003, cinematic versions of Dostoevsky's The Idiot (the unexpected success of which gave the vogue its initial impetus), Bulgakov's Master and Margarita, Gogol's Taras Bulba (the former three all projects of the director Vladimir Bortko), Dostoevsky's Brothers Karamazov, Pasternak's Doctor Zhivago, Solzhenitsyn's First Circle (with screenplay by the author himself), Ilf and Petrov's Golden Calf, Lermontov's Hero of Out Time, Gogol's Dead Souls, Rybakov's Children of the Arbat, and Tolstoy's Anna Karenina have been released, just to mention some of the more noted and notorious selections.
Thin Culture, High Art: Gogol, Hawthorne, and Authorship in Nineteenth-Century Russia and America.