Probably my favourite book. So sad that on his deathbed Gogol destroyed the trilogies 2nd part meaning that the book ends mid sentence. Even so this is one of the most magical books in the world. Just because it's 19th Century Russian literature doesn't mean it's hard to read. It isn't. It's a joy.

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Probably my favourite book. So sad that on his deathbed Gogol destroyed the trilogies 2nd part meaning that the book ends mid sentence. Even so this is one of the most magical books in the world. Just because it's 19th Century Russian literature doesn't mean it's hard to read. It isn't. It's a joy.

Nikolai Gogol   (1809 - 1852)    Category:  Russian Literature Born:  March 31, 1809  Sorochintsi, Ukraine, Russia Died:  February 21, 1852  Moscow, Russia

Nikolai Gogol (1809 - 1852) Category: Russian Literature Born: March 31, 1809 Sorochintsi, Ukraine, Russia Died: February 21, 1852 Moscow, Russia

Nikolai Gogol  Christmas Eve In Russian  Artist Alexander

Nikolai Gogol - Christmas Eve (In Russian) - Artist Alexander Bubnov - Hardcover - 1956. Vintage Soviet Book, Classics of Russian Literature

Nikolai Gogol Christmas Eve In Russian Artist Alexander

Nikolai Gogol, 1809-1852, Russia.  Key works:  Marriage (1835); The Gamblers (1836); The Government Inspector (The Inspector General) (1836).

Nikolai Gogol, 1809-1852, Russia. Key works: Marriage (1835); The Gamblers (1836); The Government Inspector (The Inspector General) (1836).

The Overcoat by Nikolai Gogol (1953) - Radio drama starring Michael Redg...

The Overcoat by Nikolai Gogol (1953) - Radio drama starring Michael Redg...

Nikolai Gogol in portraits illustrations documents In

Nikolai Gogol in portraits, illustrations, documents (In Russian) - Hardcover -- 1953. Vintage Soviet Book, Classics of Russian Literature

Nikolai Gogol in portraits illustrations documents In

Vintage Ukranian Novel by Nikolai Gogol "Evenings Near the Village of Dikanka" by TheBookE on Etsy

Vintage Ukranian Novel by Nikolai Gogol "Evenings Near the Village of Dikanka"

Vintage Ukranian Novel by Nikolai Gogol "Evenings Near the Village of Dikanka" by TheBookE on Etsy

After the triumph of Dead Souls, Gogol came to be regarded by his contemporaries as a great satirist who lampooned the unseemly sides of Imperial Russia.

After the triumph of Dead Souls, Gogol came to be regarded by his contemporaries as a great satirist who lampooned the unseemly sides of Imperial Russia.

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