The great Russian writer Pushkin Gogol

The great Russian writer Pushkin Gogol

Pushkin's "The Captivity of the Kafkaes" Synopsis and Impressions - Romantic Kafkaesque narrative poem about majestic nature and exotic culture.

It is a narrative poem written by Pushkin during a visit to the Kafkaes, based on the inspiration he found there.

What I still think of when reading this work is Pushkin's typical romantic depiction of scenes. The description of the magnificent scenery of the Kafkaes is just cool. There is a mysterious uplifting feeling that makes me feel excited when I read it. The power to appeal to the emotions is tremendous. This is Pushkin! This is a masterpiece!

departed soulThe great Russian writer Pushkin Gogol

Gogol's "The Soul of the Dead" Synopsis and Impressions - Considered the greatest work in the history of Russian literature

The Dead Soul is Gogol's masterpiece, a full-length novel published in 1842.

Gogol studied directly under Pushkin. Here was the great Pushkin-Gogol relationship that created the Pushkin-Gogol stream of Russian literature.

Gogol developed the themes handed down to him by such a respected teacher, Pushkin, in this work.

It is believed that Dostoevsky was also very fond of this work.

A realistic portrayal of Russian reality.

The common theme of later Russian writers was clearly demonstrated by this work.

GogolThe great Russian writer Pushkin Gogol

Gogol's "The Cloak" Synopsis and Impressions - The Sorrowful Days of a Small Official - Directly related to Dostoevsky's "The Poor People

The Mantle is a very important work for understanding Dostoevsky.

It is also an interesting work for understanding Russian society of the time. Gogol tells the story of the life of Russian petty officials with humor.

Dostoevsky began to write his own story based on "The Cloak". This was his debut novel, "The Poor People.

public prosecutorThe great Russian writer Pushkin Gogol

Gogol's "The Prosecutor" Synopsis and Impressions - A Masterpiece that Shocked the Russian Theater World

The plot of "The Prosecutor" is a comedy in which corrupt and deep-pocketed officials mistake a young wayfaring traveler, Frestakov, for a prosecutor who has come to expose them, and the officials engage in a series of ridiculous exchanges of ideas left and right.

Gogol had been a master of satire since his student days. He was a young man who excelled at extracting the characteristics of his target audience and expressing them in a humorous manner. He created this work in order to satirize the evils of Russian society and make the world a better place by laughing at them.

GogolThe great Russian writer Pushkin Gogol

Gogol's "The Nose" and "Diary of a Madman" Synopsis and Impressions - Representative of the "Petersburg Stories" that strongly influenced Dostoevsky's "Double Personality".

Dostoevsky was strongly influenced by Gogol's "Diary of a Madman" and "The Nose" to create his second work, "The Double Character."

It seems to me that reading Gogol's work makes it more clear what Dostoevsky was trying to say.

As works of art, "Diary of a Madman" and "Nose" are very funny. It may be said to be the ultimate in surreal laughter.

If you like surreal laughter, you will be hooked first.

I highly recommend this work as it is by far the most readable of Gogol's works.

GogolThe great Russian writer Pushkin Gogol

Gogol's "Nevsky Boulevard" Synopsis and Impressions - The Beginning of Gogol's "Petersburg Things"

The story is set on Nevsky Boulevard, the busiest main thoroughfare in St. Petersburg.

Nevskii Street has a magical charm, Gogol says, and everyone is enchanted by this street.

But don't be fooled by these glamorous streets. All kinds of wondrous things happen here, he says, and so the story begins.

Gogol would go on to write a number of "Petersburgs," which were also inspired by this work.

These works were to have a great influence on Dostoevsky.

GogolThe great Russian writer Pushkin Gogol

Gogol and Dostoevsky, stars of Russian literature after Pushkin

In previous articles, we have talked about Pushkin, who was Dostoevsky's greatest admirer, and now we will talk about Gogol, who led the Russian literary world after Pushkin.

Gogol was also a very favorite writer of Dostoevsky, and his debut novel, "The Poor People," is said to have been strongly influenced by Gogol.

In his later years, he read Gogol's "Taras Bouliba" to his children, an episode that shows his affection for the writer throughout his life.

Captain's daughter.The great Russian writer Pushkin Gogol

Pushkin's "The Captain's Daughter" Synopsis and Impressions - The best work of his later years based on Pugachev's Rebellion.

The Captain's Daughter" is not a book that the average person would easily say, "Whoa, let me read this," perhaps due in part to its blunt title.

However, I think this situation is a waste of time.

It seems like a tremendous loss that his works should remain dormant as minor classics.

Pushkin has produced a lot of really interesting works. They are not at all inferior to contemporary novels. It would be a shame to dismiss them because they are classics. They are surprisingly easy to read, and the richness of their content is top-notch.

station masterThe great Russian writer Pushkin Gogol

What is the secret of the character and greatness of Pushkin's works - on the subject of "The Queen of Spades"?

Pushkin's works are characterized by their "naturalness of narrative, clarity, simplicity, and wit.

To put it more crudely, "Minimize unnecessary words and make it simpler!" That's what we mean.

Pushkin disliked unnecessarily long sentences. He also tried to avoid the exaggerated expressions that were popular in Europe at the time.

A good example of this can be found in the work "The Queen of Spades". In this article, we will explore Pushkin's characteristics and the secrets of his charms using "The Queen of Spades" as the subject matter.