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General Crossword Questions for “gogol”

  • Writer, repeatedly told to leave, left
  • Russian type of dancer meets 25 twice!
  • Try repeating line from Russian author
  • Author's description of erotic dancer, live

Encyclopedia

  • Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol[2] (31 March 1809[3] – 4 March 1852[4]) was a Ukrainian-born Between 1832 and 1836 Gogol worked with great energy, and though almost all his work has. — “Nikolai Gogol - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
  • Gogol Bordello is a Gypsy punk band from the Lower East Side of New "Gogol" comes from the name Nikolai Gogol. As one of the most influential writers in Russian and Ukrainian literature, Gogol paved the way for the likes of Kafka and Dostoevsky. He also serves as an ideological influence for the. — “Gogol Bordello - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
  • Karlinsky's work includes lit crit, biographical details, exceprts from Gogol's letters, and anecdotes from Gogol's friends. It is a big disservice to this literature to assign Gogol to it because it may create a wrong impression that. — “Talk:Nikolai Gogol - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org

Quotations

  • Only fancy, he claims (he was arguing about it all the way yesterday) that Gogol wrote Dead Souls about him. — “The Brothers Karamazov” by Fyodor Dostoevsky
  • And, indeed, when Syme came in the President, with that daring disregard of public suspicion which was his policy, was actually chaffing Gogol upon his inability to assume conventional graces. — “The Man who was Thursday” by GK Chesterton
  • "Podkoleosin" [A character in Gogol's comedy, The Wedding.] was perhaps an exaggeration, but he was by no means a non-existent character; on the contrary, how many intelligent people, after hearing of this Podkoleosin from Gogol, immediately began to find that scores of their friends were exactly like him! They knew, perhaps, before Gogol told them, that their friends were like Podkoleosin, but they did not know what name to give them. — “The Idiot” by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

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