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Nikolai Gogol (1809–1852)

Author of Dead Souls

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About the Author

Nikolai Vasilevich Gogol was born in 1809 in the Ukraine. His father was an amateur playwright who had a small estate with a number of serfs. From the ages of 12 to 19, young Gogol attended a boarding school where he became known for his sharp wit and ability to amuse his classmates. After school show more he worked as a government clerk. He soon began writing memories of his childhood. His quaint depictions of the Ukrainian countryside marked his style and helped to make him famous. Gogol quickly gained fame and formed a friendship with the influential poet, Aleksandr Pushkin. Gogol is largely remembered for his realistic characterizations, his rich imagination, and his humorous style. His works include Mirgorod, a collection of short stories including Taras Bulba. Gogol's wit is evident in his short story, The Nose, where a man's nose wanders off around town in a carriage. Gogol's masterpiece is the novel Dead Souls. In this work, a swindler plots to buy from landowners their dead serfs. Towards the end of Gogol's life, his creative powers faded and he fled to Moscow. Here, he came under the power of a fanatical priest. Ten days before his death he burned some manuscripts of the second part of Dead Souls. He died of starvation in 1852, on the cusp of madness. (Bowker Author Biography) show less

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Works by Nikolai Gogol

Dead Souls (1842) — Author — 9,384 copies, 120 reviews
The Collected Tales of Nikolai Gogol (1998) 1,622 copies, 14 reviews
Taras Bulba (1835) 1,027 copies, 11 reviews
The Inspector General (1836) 930 copies, 7 reviews
The Overcoat and Other Short Stories (1842) 883 copies, 6 reviews
The Overcoat (1842) 849 copies, 26 reviews
St Petersburg Tales (1835) 736 copies, 11 reviews
Diary of a Madman, and Other Stories (1835) 730 copies, 6 reviews
The Overcoat and Other Tales of Good and Evil (1965) 625 copies, 5 reviews
The Nose (1836) 417 copies, 18 reviews
The Overcoat / The Nose (1842) — Author — 379 copies, 6 reviews
The Collected Tales of Nikolai Gogol (1964) 374 copies, 2 reviews
Diary of a Madman (1835) 335 copies, 10 reviews
The Night Before Christmas (1832) 254 copies, 6 reviews
Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka (1989) 231 copies, 2 reviews
Taras Bulba and Other Tales (1830) 226 copies, 3 reviews
Village Evenings Near Dikanka and Mirgorod (1994) 218 copies, 1 review
The Nose / The Carriage (2015) 211 copies, 8 reviews
How the Two Ivans Quarrelled (1834) 198 copies, 5 reviews
The Portrait (1835) 144 copies
The Collected Stories of Gogol (2009) 133 copies, 2 reviews
The Complete Tales of Nikolai Gogol Vol. 2 (1985) 131 copies, 1 review
Viy (1835) 121 copies, 1 review
Mirgorod (1835) 105 copies
Meditations on the Divine Liturgy (1985) 77 copies, 1 review
Nevsky Prospect (1987) 74 copies
100 Eternal Masterpieces of Literature - volume 2 (2021) — Contributor — 72 copies
Sorotchintzy Fair (1831) 64 copies, 4 reviews
Nouvelles de Petersbourg (1998) 62 copies, 1 review
100 Eternal Masterpieces of Literature - volume 1 (2017) — Contributor — 61 copies
The Nose [adaption] (1993) 55 copies, 3 reviews
Tales of Good and Evil (1957) 45 copies
I racconti degli Arabeschi (1982) 42 copies, 1 review
Ukrainska noveller (1969) 40 copies
Marriage (1969) — Author — 40 copies
Black Sunday [1960 film] (1960) — Writer — 36 copies
Verhalen (1984) 34 copies, 2 reviews
The Vampire: An Anthology (1963) — Contributor — 29 copies
Gogol : Oeuvres complètes (1966) 24 copies, 1 review
Roma (2008) 22 copies
Petersburger Novellen (1835) 21 copies
A Selection (1980) 21 copies
Meistererzählungen (1949) 20 copies
The government inspector {Adrian Mitchell} (1985) — Original author — 20 copies, 1 review
Old Russian Stories (1951) 19 copies
A May Evening (1831) 18 copies
Inspector and Other Plays (2000) 18 copies
Kadonnut kirje (1831) 17 copies
Reviisori ; Päällysviitta (1975) 16 copies
The Overcoat / The Portrait (2000) 16 copies
Teatro Completo (2009) 15 copies
A köpönyeg ; Az orr ; A revizor (1983) 15 copies, 1 review
The Nose / The Portrait (1979) 15 copies, 1 review
Opere (1994) 14 copies
St. John's Eve (1830) 14 copies
Sämtliche Erzählungen (1984) 13 copies
Gesammelte Werke (2009) 12 copies
Opere, vol. I (2006) 11 copies
O Nariz, o Retrato (1995) 11 copies
Obras completas (1968) 10 copies, 1 review
Opere vol. 2 (2006) 10 copies
Spookverhalen (1999) 9 copies
Six Russian Short Novels (1963) 9 copies, 1 review
Opowiadania (1984) 9 copies
Evlenme - Kumarbazlar (ciltli) (2012) 9 copies, 1 review
The Works of Nikolai Gogol (Annotated with Biography) (2011) — Author — 8 copies, 1 review
Mertvye dushi. Revizor. Povesti (2005) 8 copies, 1 review
The Carriage 7 copies
De kales (2014) 7 copies
Повести (1994) 6 copies
Tutti i racconti (2004) 6 copies
Letters of Nikolai Gogol (1967) 6 copies
Cuentos completos (2015) 5 copies
Cuentos (Spanish Edition) (2012) 5 copies
Gogol művei 5 copies
La nariz y otros cuentos (2003) 5 copies
Contos góticos russos 5 copies, 1 review
De gokkers (2014) 5 copies
Povesti (2009) 4 copies
Cossack tales (2010) 4 copies
Die großen Erzählungen (2008) 4 copies
The Old World Landowners (2009) 4 copies
Jutustused 4 copies
Troika (2004) 4 copies
Det fr̲lorade brevet ; Kappan (2010) — Author — 4 copies, 1 review
Due storie pietroburghesi (2012) 3 copies
Izbrannaya Prosa (1996) 3 copies
Palto (2015) 3 copies
Short Fiction 3 copies
Werke 3 copies
Obras (1982) — Author — 3 copies
˜Les œjoueurs (1993) 3 copies
Diari d'un boig contes de Peterburg (1987) 3 copies, 1 review
Erzählungen (1957) 3 copies
Dead souls ; Taras Bulba (1989) 2 copies
Das Porträt (2023) 2 copies
Üç Öykü 2 copies
Die Nase, 1 Audio-CD (2000) 2 copies
Hanz Küchelgarten (2014) 2 copies
Novelle ukraine 2 copies
検察官 (岩波文庫) (1961) 2 copies
Povesti 2 copies
CUENTOS ELEGIDOS (2006) 2 copies
Wybór utworów 2 copies
Nochebuena. 2 copies
Evenings in Little Russia (1903) 2 copies
Nos i druge priče (2021) 2 copies
El Capote y otros relatos 2 copies, 1 review
Gogols Werke 1 copy
Novelas de San Petesburgo 1 copy, 1 review
Sinjel i druge price (2020) 1 copy
Povesti (2015) 1 copy
Racconti 1 copy
Komedii 1 copy
Top class omnibus 2 (1976) 1 copy
Butun Oyunlari (2015) 1 copy
TOPLU OYUNLARI 1 (2017) 1 copy
Arabeskler 1 copy
Burun (2021) 1 copy
Home life in Russia (1854) 1 copy
Novelle 1 copy
Zapiski sumasshedshego (2017) 1 copy
Noveller 1 copy
I grandi romanzi russi: Nuove traduzioni (2015) — Author — 1 copy
A government inspector {Deborah McAndrew} (2012) — Original author — 1 copy
The Complete Tales 1 copy, 1 review
Selection (1980) 1 copy
Tvory 1 copy
Izbrannoe 1 copy
[Rasskazy] 1 copy
GOGOL 1 copy
[Tales] (1990) 1 copy
Ispovest 1 copy
Novele 1 copy
Kosakengeschichten. (1971) 1 copy

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Best Russian Short Stories (1917) — Contributor — 320 copies, 6 reviews
Witches & Warlocks: Tales of Black Magic, Old & New (1991) — Contributor — 290 copies, 4 reviews
Six Great Modern Short Novels (1954) — Contributor — 274 copies, 2 reviews
Christmas Stories (Everyman's Library) (2007) 259 copies, 1 review
Russian Short Stories from Pushkin to Buida (2005) — Contributor — 223 copies, 2 reviews
The Portable Nineteenth-Century Russian Reader (1993) — Author, some editions — 206 copies, 1 review
The Big Book of Classic Fantasy (2019) — Contributor — 172 copies, 3 reviews
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The Modern Theatre, Volume 5 (1957) — Contributor — 43 copies
Lapham's Quarterly - Lines of Work: Volume IV, Number 2, Spring 2011 (2011) — Contributor — 30 copies, 2 reviews
The Storm and Other Russian Plays (1960) — Contributor, some editions — 24 copies
19th Century Russian Drama (1963) — Contributor — 23 copies
Bakoenin : een biografie in tijdsdocumenten (1977) — Contributor — 19 copies
Dracula's Brethren (2017) — Contributor — 17 copies, 1 review
Meesters der Russische vertelkunst (1948) — Contributor — 17 copies
All verdens fortellere (1990) — Contributor, some editions — 15 copies, 1 review
Russian 19th Century Gothic Tales (1990) — Contributor — 15 copies
Story to Anti-Story (1979) — Contributor — 13 copies
Selected Russian Short Stories (1928) — Contributor — 13 copies
Penguin Christmas Classics (2016) 13 copies
Russische verhalen (1965) — Contributor — 11 copies
Omnibus der Russische groten (1965) — Contributor — 9 copies
Verhalen omnibus (1967) — Contributor — 7 copies
The Ghouls, Book Two (1974) — Contributor — 6 copies
De 43ste april : zeven verhalen op één thema (1961) — Contributor — 6 copies
Skaz: Masters of Russian Storytelling (2014) — Contributor — 5 copies
The humour of Russia — Contributor — 4 copies
Tyve mesterfortællinger — Contributor, some editions — 4 copies, 1 review
Short Fiction: Shape and Substance (1971) — Contributor — 3 copies
Piirakkasota; valikoima huumoria — Contributor — 3 copies
Representative Modern Short Stories (1936) — Contributor — 2 copies
The Omnibus of Pleasure: The Pleasure Primer (1943) — Contributor — 2 copies
Duchy Nocy Świętojańskiej — Contributor — 1 copy
CBS Radio Mystery Theater: Diary of a Madman (1974) — Author — 1 copy


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Dead Souls in Fans of Russian authors (March 2019)


Two short satiric stories of Gogol abut the XIX. century Russia.
TheCrow2 | 7 other reviews | Apr 4, 2024 |
This is a pretty wild Ukrainian Christmas story; it makes A Christmas Carol look positively neo-Realist. It’s incredible to me that this was published only eleven years earlier than Dickens’ classic, it feels more like centuries separate the two worlds, one still medieval while the other has become modern.

Here you have village witches, magical flying dumplings, and the devil up in the sky sticking the moon in his pocket before coming back down to the village and creating a blizzard, all to foil the plans of a villager he dislikes for painting disparaging scenes about him for the local church. Pretty sure that never happened in industrial England.

Interestingly Gogol has in fact portrayed the devil (not the usual star of Christmas stories in my experience) as rather pathetic, a figure of mockery rather than fear despite his seemingly fairly impressive powers. At one point it seems he’s convinced his village antagonist to sell his soul for what he most desires. Just as soon as that’s set up however the tables are fully turned. The villager grabs the devil by the tail, subdues him by making the sign of the cross, and literally rides him all the way to St. Petersburg to get what he’s after. Upon their return he casually slaps the devil three times and sends him on his way. I’ll be.

With the story being set on Christmas Eve and Christmas morning, this showing of the devil to be powerless in comparison to a faithful Christian is what I’d say most makes it a Christmas story, as other than mentioning of carolers there aren’t many typical Christmas trappings to the story.
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lelandleslie | 5 other reviews | Feb 24, 2024 |
To be clear, Volume one of this book is a 5 star work, no question about it, and I would venture to guess it is solely upon this part of the book that Dead Souls reputation as a classic rests. So rare is it to find a work of art, even among the very best works, where you feel like the creator is right there with you, leading you along the winding path of their work, and you are able to completely relinquish yourself to the process of absorbing what they have made. Gogol achieves this effect in Vol. 1. This was clearly an artist that felt no pressure to make his story conform to any convention, and simply follows his interests towards wherever they might take them. Interspersed with extremely funny scenes (all the more impressive for having survived 200 years of interceding time as well as translation across culture and language) we get meditation on the psychology of humanity, reflections on the state of Russia, and beautifully vibrant descriptions of scenes and landscapes. The plot isn’t of great importance here as each new encounter Chichikov has with the sundry noblemen and landowners he meets along the way follow the same general pattern - what makes this a classic is the probably the same thing that raises every good story to the level of real art - the keen eye and capacious intellect of the artist.

I’m far from the first to think Vol. 2 is a big drop off - that’s general consensus it seems. Besides the fact that this part of the book seems only partially finished (so much so that my edition included more than a dozen footnotes denoting blank spaces in the manuscript or errors in continuity) it also loses the gleeful cynicism that makes Vol. 1 so funny and relatable, as people haven’t changed much in the intervening couple of centuries. Wikipedia tells me Gogol was a conservative, although like all the best satires, the political perspective of the creator isn’t important when it’s done right. Vol. 2 it’s easier to see where he was coming from, when Chichikov gets his comeuppance for all his slimy wheeling and dealing. Apparently Dead Souls was meant to be a kind of Divine Comedy, with Chichikov making his way from a good for nothing shister to a pious example of Russian morality. Maybe it’s just me, but I’m not so interested in this transformation, nor do I think writing this kind of story is where Gogol’s talent lies. There are a few scenes where the inspiration of Vol. 1 shines through, but not enough to save it from dragging.
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hdeanfreemanjr | 119 other reviews | Jan 29, 2024 |
It took me a long time to finish this story collection. I enjoyed some of the stories, especially the one that lends its title to the overall book. The story of the madman is hilarious, somewhat along the lines of the John Steinbeck book [b:The Short Reign of Pippin IV|186371|The Short Reign of Pippin IV|John Steinbeck|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1386745675s/186371.jpg|2455975], but funnier. I also enjoyed the cultural snapshot of Cussacks in the Ukraine, as depicted in the longer story "Taras Bulba". I'd already read "The Overcoat" a few times, and while I didn't ever really love that story, it is a decent short story. But, the more I read of Gogol, the more tired and annoyed I got at Gogol's attitudes towards women. Occasionally he'll say something fair and reasonable, like when he talks about the lonely, unrewarding life of the Cossack woman who has the misfortune to be married to Taras Bulba. But after such passages he goes back to his normal state, within which women and sexuality are scary or evil or at best unknown. I feel sorry for classic authors with such gender issues, and Gogol's writing is good even with his limitations, but for modern readers his stories have awfully machoist characters and themes, interesting but not always satisfying.… (more)
JBarringer | 5 other reviews | Dec 15, 2023 |


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