(EBOOK FREE) [Записки сумасшедшего] by Nikolai Gogol

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  • 06 July 2018
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Записки сумасшедшего summary Ô 8 ? 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 Life Below: The New York City Subway of a man who understands the tribulations Les enfants du tout petit roi et de la très grande princesse (Albums 3 - 7 ans) (French Edition) of his fellow human being in this Amexica one Gogol sits in the mind Call the Fire Brigade of a madman to make us understand the thinking process Draw The Greatest Gunfights of the American West of the person behind the facade The story is the journey Cautiva de tus besos of search The Complete Book of Drawing Essential Skills for Every Artist of his place in this world to the extreme A Museum of Early American Tools Americana 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 Special Valentine's Day Half Moon Hollow Story Jane Jameson #45 our survival At every point you can see the ladder leading to worsening Is Jesus a Republican or a Democrat?: And 14 Other Polarizing Issues of the man s mental state and you will feel for him I for The Transcendental Temptation: A Critique of Religion and the Paranormal one wanted to stop his madness and was looking for the end Mikołaja Doświadczyńskiego przypadki 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 Seize the Donut of Girl Underwater our life I may have turned into a pessimistic non content paranormal idiot to think about the doom The Magic of Hydrogen Peroxide of everything but that s what I think Gogol wanted to covey here and I truly sympathize with him There are many facets The Book of Seidr 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 The Third Scroll on this Zurbarán (German Edition) one Maybe just maybe some Hidden Omega 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 The Homecoming on looking for May be it s just the cycle The Revealing Image Analytical Art Psychotherapy in Theory and Practice of life Each generation will keep D P. 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Записки сумасшедшего summary Ô 8 ? 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 madmanIt s a 45One of the finest short stories i have ever read I loved it 3 It (Eso) of a madmanIt s a 45One La belle histoire de Leuk Le Lièvre of the finest short stories i have ever read I loved it 3

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Записки сумасшедшего summary Ô 8 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?. When you look back to the Golden Era of Russian Literature Nikolai Gogol is like the odd man out You have the romanticism of Pushkin the philosophical depth found in Dostoyevsky complex examinations of Russian society in Tolstoy the realist style of Turgenev and then you have the satirical and farcical works of Gogol It s funny because Gogol s stories fit ever so comfortably amongst the twentieth century Russian literature where satirical stories were rampant due to Soviet censors It s ever so comfortable because you don t need to consciously place your mind in nineteenth century Russia to read Gogol Somehow he places it for you without any extended visual seuences needed You are just there in amongst the surrealism the farce the political satire the absurdism the uirkiness the sadness the self awareness Gogol effortlessly transports you on a literary odyssey like no other literature from that era It s all these ualities that keeps Gogol s stories so fresh timeless and hilarious It s understandable that without Gogol we would have no Dostoyevsky Kafka Bulgakov Platonov and so many other different writers Soviet writers of the early twentieth century especially during Stalin s regime can only thank Gogol for writing socially and politically charged satires and managing to get away with them Let s not forget that there were strict censors even during the nineteenth century especially during Gogol s lifetime I confess I felt deeply troubled when I considered how unusually delicate and insubstantial the moon is The moon as everyone knows is usually made in Hamburg and they make a complete hash of it I m surprised that the English don t do something about it The moon is manufactured by a lame cooper and it s obvious the idiot has no idea what it should be made of The materials he uses are tarred rope and linseed oil That s why there s such a terrible stink all over the earth which makes us stop our noses up And it also explains why the moon is such a delicate sphere and why people can t live there only noses For this reason we can t see our own noses any as they re all on the moon Gogol Diary of a Madman Diary of a Madman The Nose and The Overcoat are probably his very best short stories and all stylistically very different from one another Utilising the diary format the protagonist Poprishchin in Diary of a Madman challenges governmental bureaucracy and upper society in a hilarious and somewhat sad satire of a delusional man simply wanting to be noticed in the world echoing the world we live in today Some of literature s funniest lines can be found in Diary of a Madman The Nose is a complete farce an almost proto Kafkaesue and self aware journey of a man whose nose has mysteriously fallen off his face and his travels around St Petersburg to find it The Overcoat completely changes tone into a gloomy atmospheric tale of perception and troubled consciences all revolving around an overcoat Still Gogol retains his trademark absurdism and structured prose in an all round fantastic collection of his short stories Gogol is simply one of Russia s greatest writers