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Best Russian Short Stories By Nikolai Gogol
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Best Russian Short Stories In this ebook: THE QUEEN OF SPADES A.S. Pushkin THE CLOAK N.V. Gogol THE DISTRICT DOCTOR I.S. Turgenev THE CHRISTMAS TREE AND THE WEDDING F.M. Dostoyevsky GOD SEES THE... More > TRUTH, BUT WAITS L.N. Tolstoy HOW A MUZHIK FED TWO OFFICIALS M.Y. Saltykov THE SHADES, A PHANTASY V.G. Korolenko THE SIGNAL V.N. Garshin THE DARLING A.P. Chekhov THE BET A.P. Chekhov VANKA A.P. Chekhov HIDE AND SEEK F.K. Sologub DETHRONED I.N. Potapenko THE SERVANT S.T. Semyonov ONE AUTUMN NIGHT M. Gorky HER LOVER M. Gorky LAZARUS L.N. Andreyev THE REVOLUTIONIST M.P. Artzybashev THE OUTRAGE A.I. Kuprin MUMU……………….Ivan Turgenev THE SHOT……………Alexander Poushkin ST. JOHN'S EVE………Nikolai Vasilievitch Gogol AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE… Lyof N. Tolstoi< Less
Taras Bulba: With Biographical Account By Nikolai Gogol
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Nikolai Gogol was one of the first masters of the short story, alongside Alexander Pushkin, Prosper Mérimée, E. T. A. Hoffmann, and Nathaniel Hawthorne. He was in touch with the... More > "literary aristocracy", had a story published in Anton Delvig's Northern Flowers, was taken up by Vasily Zhukovsky and Pyotr Pletnyov, and (in 1831) was introduced to Pushkin. D.S. Mirsky characterized Gogol's universe as "one of the most marvellous, unexpected – in the strictest sense, original– worlds ever created by an artist of words". ISBN: 978-1-105-14077-8< Less
Moonlit Tales of the Macabre - Five Haunted Stories from Russia By Maria K. et al.
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When someone says “horror classics”, we usually think “Mary Shelley” and “Bram Stoker”. Russian writers hardly ever come to mind. The Russians are known for... More > history and drama, but not necessarily for suspense, paranormal and ghost stories. The following collection is proof that such pieces do, in fact, exist in Russian literature. Unattainable wealth, unrequited love, unlimited power, a world found and lost, a walk along the boundary between dream and reality... All this and more is offered to you by the creative team behind "Moonlit Tales of the Macabre". We are proud to bring you this collection of classics and hope it serves as a new portal into the fascinating and largely unexplored world of Russian literature.< Less
Moonlit Tales of the Macabre - Five Haunted Stories from Russia By Maria K. et al.
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When someone says “horror classics”, we usually think “Mary Shelley” and “Bram Stoker”. Russian writers hardly ever come to mind. The Russians are known for... More > history and drama, but not necessarily for suspense, paranormal and ghost stories. The following collection is proof that such pieces do, in fact, exist in Russian literature. Unattainable wealth, unrequited love, unlimited power, a world found and lost, a walk along the boundary between dream and reality... All this and more is offered to you by the creative team behind "Moonlit Tales of the Macabre". We are proud to bring you this collection of classics and hope it serves as a new portal into the fascinating and largely unexplored world of Russian literature.< Less
Dead Souls - The Original Classic Edition By Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol
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Nikolai Gogol's Dead Soul launches the 'great Russian novel form' with a satire, so apt and so funny, that the novel remains as one of the most popular Russian text ever. Gogol's own personal life... More > may have been a dire disaster, but as a novelist he stands next to only Tolstoy and Dostovesky, as short story writer only Chekov comes close to his fame, and mind you, he preceded them and their writing. He was, alongside Pushkin, one of the major early forces in Russian literary scene. Since all other major novelists from Russia have delved into tragedies and melodramas, going down to philosophical and religious questions, Dead Souls comes as a relief fun read, rather one of the funniest reads. In Dead Souls, he provides a cast of unforgettable and hilarious characters in episodes that leave you reeling with laughter.< Less
Colección de cuentistas rusos By Nikolái Gógol
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En este libro: Nikolái Gógol (1809-1852) Máximo Gorki (1868-1936) Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837) León Tolstói (1828-1910) Antón Chéjov... More > (1860-1904) Vsévolod Mijáilovich Garshin (1855-1888) Aleksándr Ivánovich Kuprín (1870-1938)< Less
Antología de cuentos By Aleksander Serguéyevich Pushkin
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Aleksander Serguéyevich Pushkin (ruso: Александр Сергеевич... More > Пушкин; Moscú, 26 de mayo de 1799. – San Petersburgo, 29 de febrero de 1837) fue un poeta, dramaturgo y novelista ruso, fundador de la literatura rusa moderna. Fue pionero en el uso de la lengua vernácula en sus obras, creando un estilo narrativo —mezcla de drama, romance y sátira— que fue desde entonces asociado a la literatura rusa e influyó notablemente en posteriores figuras literarias como Nikolái Gógol, Fiódor Dostoyevski, León Tolstói y Fiódor IvánovichTiútchev. CUENTOS La dama de picas. El zar Saltán. La zarevna muerta y los siete guerreros. Ruslán y Liudmila. Azar en el juego. El desafío. Un disparo memorable. La tempestad de nieve. Dunia. La hidalga campesina. El disparo. El jefe de posta.< Less