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These fantastic, comic, utterly Russian characters have dazzled generations of readers and had a profound influence on writers such as Dostoevsky and Nabokov. The only difference is that those stories are not for children.
This bizarre collection has generous use of outlandish and idiosyncratic elements conveying dark humor in its highest form making each single story worth reading and re-reading.
Some sources have revealed baffling implications of certain props Gogol applied to his works.
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He definitely had a fixation with human Nose which features in most of these stories. Yermakov contends that Kovalev's missing part in "The Nose" represents his fragile masculinity.
In "The Diary of a Collected tales nikolai gogol, Poprishchin discusses how noses live on the moon and says, "And when I pictured how the earth is a heavy substance and in sitting down may grind our noses into flour, I was overcome with such anxiety I hurried to the state council chamber to order the police not to allow the earth to sit on the moon.
To this superb new translation - the first in twenty-five years and destined to become the definitive edition of Gogol's short fiction - Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky bring the same clarity and fidelity to the original that they brought to their brilliant translation of Dostoevsky's works and to War and Peace.
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Understandably enough, it refuses to return to his face. This is outlandish stuff, but Gogol isn't just a purveyor of the weird and wacky.
His narratives take on a compelling logic of their own and the details are by turn comic, sinister, and even touching.