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Tutti i racconti PDF/EPUB ✓ Tutti i  eBook · Dalle immagini romantiche del folclore popolare ucraino de Le veglie ad una fattoria presso Dikan ka agli eventi spesso minuti e insignificanti di Mirgorod, spunto per orchestrazioni narrative in cui si esplorano attentamente tutte le dinamiche della rappresentazione dai magici Arabeschi, in cui l arte gogoliana raggiunge vertici altissimi, spostandosi disinvoltamente dalla creazione fantastica agli spaccati di vita pietroburghese, al grottesco che caratterizza storie come Il cappotto e Il naso, i racconti di Gogol rappresentano i molteplici aspetti e livelli di una straordinaria ispirazione E ci offrono tutte le rifinite sfumature della sua immaginazione comica, gli esiti imprevedibili di una smisurata fantasia figurativa, il senso profondo della sua visione surrealista del mondo, i complessi e articolati percorsi psicologici, un universo vario e multiforme di personaggi gretti e meschini protagonisti di vicende al limite del nonsenso, narrate con uno stile straordinariamente originale e moderno Premessa di Filippo La Porta


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  1. Garima Garima says:

    We all came from Gogol s overcoat Fyodor DostoevskyDuring my childhood, like many other kids, I was also in the habit of listening to bedtime stories They were usually told by my father or my grandmother My


  2. Warwick Warwick says:

    Do you remember that bit in Through the Looking glass where the Red Queen turns into a sheep Oh, much better cried the Queen, her voice rising into a squeak as she went on Much be etter Be etter Be e e etter


  3. MJ Nicholls MJ Nicholls says:

    First this is not The Complete Tales The unlearned distinction between Collected Complete has angered completists the world over Collected means incomplete a mixtape of works that constitute, critically, the


  4. Bill Kerwin Bill Kerwin says:

    To those interested in the short fiction of Gogol, I couldn t recommend a better collection All the masterpieces are here, the selection is representative, the translation is vigorous, and the introduction is


  5. Margitte Margitte says:

    Russian literature, so full of enigmas, contains no greater creative mystery than Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol 31 March 1809 4 March 1852 He has done for the Russian novel and Russian prose what Pushkin has done


  6. James James says:

    Nikolai Gogol, based on the image results my Google search spat back, reminds me of that quietly excited classmate who s usually game to tag along with you for some mischief making Whoopee cushions and joy buzze


  7. Alex Alex says:

    My first reaction to Gogol was bewilderment It s funny, and engaging to read, butwhat the hell is it about I m not sure what the point of Diary of a Madman is, although I know I enjoyed it.Pevear and Volokhonsky


  8. Dawn Dawn says:

    I m a Gogol admirer I ve given five stars to other Gogol works collections, so why four this time Well, possibly because of the translation I know I m in the minority here, but I wasn t captivated by the Pevear Vo


  9. Jimmy Jimmy says:

    There s not a bad story in this batch But I especially loved Nevsky Prospect and The Story of How Ivan Ivanovich Quarreled with Ivan Nikiforovich These are long stories, but they are cozy and full of life stories t


  10. Aaron Arnold Aaron Arnold says:

    Even if he had published nothing but Dead Souls, Gogol would still have a claim to be one of Ukraine s all time greatest novelists Luckily for us, he kept writing, and these excellent short stories show that his tra


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