|Other titles||Dead souls.|
|Statement||a new translation by Andrew R. MacAndrew ; with a foreword by Frank O"Connor.|
|Contributions||MacAndrew, Andrew Robert, 1911-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||278 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||278|
About Dead Souls Nikolai Gogol’s Dead Souls is the great comic masterpiece of Russian literature–a satirical and splendidly exaggerated epic of life in the benighted provinces. Dead Souls (Dover Thrift Editions series) by Nikolai Gogol. A stranger arrives in a Russian backwater community with a bizarre proposition for the local landowners: cash for their "dead souls," the serfs who have died in their service and for whom they must continue to pay taxes until the next census. Мёртвые души = Myórtvyjye dúshi = Dead Souls, Nikolai Gogol Dead Souls is a novel by Nikolai Gogol, first published in , and widely regarded as an exemplar of 19th-century Russian literature. The purpose of the novel was to demonstrate the flaws and faults of the Russian mentality and character.4/5(K). Nikolai Gogol - Dead Souls He proposes to buy the names of dead serfs still registered on the census, saving their owners from paying tax on them, and to use these “souls” as collateral to reinvent himself as a gentleman. In this ebullient masterpiece, Gogol created a grotesque gallery of human types, from the bear-like Sobakevich to.
By Nikolai Gogol (Author) In Literature, ZZ Free Since its publication in , Dead Souls has been celebrated as a supremely realistic portrait of provincial Russian life and . Nikolai Gogol was a wildly inventive writer. Robert A Maguire's translation of Dead Souls is a revelation for AS Byatt. In Nikolai Gogol's novel Dead Souls, the protagonist, Pavel Ivanovich Chichikov, tries to take the easy path to success but finds it fraught with difficulties. Chichikov isn't the only person in the novel trying to make easy money. The landowners, who own the serfs, or servants, haven't worked a day in their life. Nikolai Gogol's masterpiece novel, Dead Souls, remains faithful to the Gogolian tradition in terms of absurdity, lavish detail, and abundant digressions. Although these three literary techniques coexist, interact, and augment each other-the focus of this analysis is to examine how Gogol (or the narrator) deviates from the plotline, the significance of it, and what aesthetic purpose .
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