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  • Записки сумасшедшего
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  • 05 March 2020
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READ & DOWNLOAD Записки сумасшедшего REVIEW ê Записки сумасшедшего Nikolai Gogol ì 1 REVIEW ? است که با خود بگوید «چقدر همه‌ی این‌ها ساده، عادی، طبیعی، و حقیقی است، و درعین‌حال چقدر بکر و تازه» این سادگی قصه‌نویسی، این صراحت لهجه، این پرهیز از نمایش‌پردازی، این پیش‌پاافتادگی و معمولی بودن اتفاقات قصه‌ها، علائم حقیقی و قطعی خلاقیت هستند این شعری حقیقی است، شعر زندگی خود ماستتقریباً همه‌ی قصه‌ها?. The Diary of a MadmanLike the title suggests it s the diary of a man who steadily succumbs to madness schizophrenia Anyone of any age time status can find themselves relating to the hero and that s what makes it a bit frightening A uniue combination with its humorous style

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READ & DOWNLOAD Записки сумасшедшего REVIEW ê Записки сумасшедшего Nikolai Gogol ì 1 REVIEW وجه مشخصه‌ی داستان‌های گوگول سادگی قصه‌نویسی، ویژگی قومی، امانت محض نسبت به زندگی، و بکر بودن و سرزندگی خنده‌آور آن‌هاست که همیشه تحت‌تأثیر احساس عمیق غم و دلتنگی قرار می‌گیرد همه‌ی این ویژگی‌ها یک منبع دارند گوگول شاعر است، شاعر زندگی حقیقیاولین تأثیری که هر یک از قصه‌های گوگول بر خواننده می‌گذارد ای?. If you are a reader of taste and discernment a reader who values their time you could do worse than pick up this little volume of tales by Nikolai Gogol How many books of a merely 231 pages can offer you four masterpieces three short stories one novella and one delightful expertly crafted short story that might convince you it was a masterpiece too if you had discovered it almost anywhere except in this august companyFrom the first Gogol was an outsider Ukrainian born but descended from Cossacks a gentleman but of the lesser gentry fiercely ambitious but moody and solitary his schoolmates called him our mysterious dwarf His early work was a series of Ukrainian stories but his mother had to help him research the details for he had only a little knowledge of his own history His later tales are set in St Petersburg the governmental capital of Russia from whose closely regulated social hierarchy he felt alienated and which he held in great contempt Still an outsider he was a Ukrainian in a Russian world Fortunately though St Petersburg recognized great work when they saw it Pushkin admired him his play The Government Inspector was a success and Gogol was welcomed into the literary worldThe tale of Gogol s life grows darker from then on but all the works in this small volume are taken from this early period Taras Bulba is a romantic epic in miniature an account of the Cossack people at war with the Poles filled with savagery and heroism The other masterpieces here are all taken from his St Petersburg Tales ironic depictions of petty men obsessed with their position in a bureaucratic hierarchy in the ghostly tale The Overcoat perhaps the greatest of the works here a bureaucrat seeks and loses a new coat to uphold his declining status in the surrealistic work The Nose a bureaucrat s own nose abandons him and goes off to seek social status on its own and in wildly funny and pathetic The Diary of a Madman a bureaucratic clerk obsessively in love with his employer s daughter disintegrates into increasingly delusions The other tale the comically anti climactic The Carriage though it is set in a little town where the cavalry is stationed and features a local landowner and former cavalryman is filled with same concerns for social status as The St Petersburg Tales The translation here is a good one and flows easily I didn t find the afterward by Priscilla Meyer all that helpful But at least it is mercifully brief

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READ & DOWNLOAD Записки сумасшедшего REVIEW ê Записки сумасшедшего Nikolai Gogol ì 1 REVIEW ? گوگول کمدی‌های سرگرم‌کننده‌ای هستند که با هیچ‌وپوچ شروع می‌شوند، با هیچ‌وپوچ ادامه می‌یابند، و به اشک ختم می‌شوند، و در پایان، زندگی نام می‌گیرند قصه‌هایش همگی همین‌طورند اولش سرگرم‌کننده، سپس غم زندگی خود ما هم چنین است اولش سرگرم کننده، و بعد غم چقدر شعر، چقدر فلسفه، و چقدر حقیقت در این‌جا نهفته اس. This is the second Gogol that I read and it s so so so much fun to live in his worldIf The Overcoat had the poise and permanence of a man who understands the tribulations of his fellow human being in this one Gogol sits in the mind of a madman to make us understand the thinking process of the person behind the facade The story is the journey of a man from the normal state of search of his place in this world to the extreme of delusion and confusion leading to madnessThe craving to be wanted and respected is in every human being Even if you are a masochistic self depriving anorexic freak you still look for the acceptance from others which is indispensable for our survival At every point you can see the ladder leading to worsening of the man s mental state and you will feel for him I for one wanted to stop his madness and was looking for the end of his respite If he can just understand how the world worksIf he can be a little happy for himself If he will just content himself with the mediocrity that he has been bestowed with Damn all the fictitious world that we want to live in Here is the reality we face everyday of our life I may have turned into a pessimistic non content paranormal idiot to think about the doom of everything but that s what I think Gogol wanted to covey here and I truly sympathize with him There are many facets of this story and while I am writing this I am encountering a new thought a new perspective in every line I am typing here Let s stop here and here is my final thought on this one Maybe just maybe some of us are just meant to go for madness rather than be settled with mediocrity I mean that s what is taught to us That s what the world expects from us To strive for that madness the elusive kingdom the impossible halcyon that we have to keep on looking for May be it s just the cycle of life Each generation will keep on working and improving itself till the time will come when a madmen will rise and then the cycle will repeat itself Dear Jane journey of a man from the normal state of search of his place in this world to the extreme of delusion and confusion leading to madnessThe craving to be wanted and respected is in every human being Even if you are a masochistic self depriving anorexic freak you still look for the acceptance from others which is indispensable for our survival At every point you can see the ladder leading to worsening of the man s mental state and you will feel for him I for one wanted to stop his madness and was looking for the end of his respite If he can Third Lies the Charm The Liar Society #3 just understand how the world worksIf he can be a little happy for himself If he will Keepsake Stories Keepsake Stories Rapunzel just content himself with the mediocrity that he has been bestowed with Damn all the fictitious world that we want to live in Here is the reality we face everyday of our life I may have turned into a pessimistic non content paranormal idiot to think about the doom of everything but that s what I think Gogol wanted to covey here and I truly sympathize with him There are many facets of this story and while I am writing this I am encountering a new thought a new perspective in every line I am typing here Let s stop here and here is my final thought on this one Maybe Photographic Atlas of Entomology and Guide to Insect Identification just maybe some of us are Rappin' With Ten Thousand Carabaos in the Dark Poems just meant to go for madness rather than be settled with mediocrity I mean that s what is taught to us That s what the world expects from us To strive for that madness the elusive kingdom the impossible halcyon that we have to keep on looking for May be it s Teach Me Gems Gents #1 just the cycle of life Each generation will keep on working and improving itself till the time will come when a madmen will rise and then the cycle will repeat itself