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by Robert A. Maguire

eBook Exploring Gogol (Studies of the Harriman Institute) ePub
Author: Robert A. Maguire
Language: English
ISBN: 0804723206
ISBN13: 978-0804723206
Publisher: Stanford University Press; 1 edition (March 1, 1995)
Pages: 409
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
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Series Studies of the Harriman Institute. Maguire. A detailed study of the work and thought of Nikolai Gogol, in the literary and cultural contexts of Russia and the West.

by Robert A. series Studies of the Harriman Institute. This book proceeds on the assumption that Gogol's life and work, in all their manifestations, form a whole; it identifies, in ways that have eluded critics to date, the rhetorical strategies and thematic patterns that create the unity.

These larger concerns emerge from a close study of the major texts, fictional and nonfictional, and in turn are set in a broad artistic and intellectual context, Russian and European, with special attention to German philosophy, the visual arts, and Orthodox Christian theology. We have a believable, convincing picture of a real man, seen against a broad background of the ideas and artistic fashions afloat in his ag.

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This book proceeds on the assumption that Gogol's life and work, in all their manifestations, form a whole; it identifies, in ways that have eluded critics to date, the rhetorical strategies and thematic patterns that create the unity. These larger concerns emerge from a close study of the major texts, fictional and nonfictional, and in turn are set in a broad artistic and intellectual context, Russian and European, with special attention to German philosophy, the visual arts, and Orthodox Christian theology. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate

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For the past 150 years, critics have referred to 'the Gogol problem', by which they mean their inability to account for a life and work that are puzzling, often opaque, yet have proved consistently fascinating to generations of readers. This book proceeds on the assumption that Gogol's life and work, in all their manifestations, form a whole; it identifies, in ways that have eluded critics to date, the rhetorical strategies and thematic patterns that create the unity. These larger concerns emerge from a close study of the major texts, fictional and nonfictional, and in turn are set in a broad artistic and intellectual context, Russian and European, with special attention to German philosophy, the visual arts, and Orthodox Christian theology.
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