• WordNet 3.6
    • n Gogol Russian writer who introduced realism to Russian literature (1809-1852)
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n Gogol The Russian name of the golden-eyed duck.
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In literature:

Gogol's romanticism, shut in within himself, finding no outlet, became a flame.
"Taras Bulba and Other Tales" by Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol
They say that was the marked characteristic of Gogol, among the writers.
"Crime and Punishment" by Fyodor Dostoevsky
This confidence of a stupid man in his own talents has been wonderfully depicted by Gogol in the amazing character of Pirogoff.
"Title: The Idiot" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Gogol began to suffer from a nervous illness which induced extreme hypochondria.
"The Inspector-General" by Nicolay Gogol
Gogol as well as Virgil has moved him to orchestral works.
"Musical Portraits" by Paul Rosenfeld
Naturally, in his new quest after truth, Gogol-Yanovsky (to give him his full name) mingled romanticism and realism at first.
"A Survey of Russian Literature, with Selections" by Isabel Florence Hapgood
He loves Gogol and Tolstoi.
"The Menorah Journal, Volume 1, 1915" by Various
This unknown Maxim Gogol, if he were indeed in London so much the worse for him.
"Aladdin of London" by Sir Max Pemberton
A Russian Comedy, by NIKOLAI V. GOGOL.
"The Industries of Animals" by Frédéric Houssay
It is equally true of Gogol, of Poushkine, of Tourgenieff, of Herzen, of Lermontoff, of Dostoievsky.
"The Origins and Destiny of Imperial Britain" by J. A. Cramb

In news:

Gogol Bordello plot the imminent Gypsy invasion.
Gogol Bordello Graduate From School of Rick Rubin for Next Album.
Nikolai Gogol , translated from the Russian and with an introduction by Donald Rayfield.
Gogol Bordello, Flo Rida, Nellie McKay, others.
Gogol Bordello a fan favorite at Hangout Fest (photo gallery).
Gogol Bordello, Skrillex, Randy Newman.
Stevie Nicks, One Direction, Gogol Bordello, others.
In Gogol 's 'Madman' at BAM.
Gogol Bordello, "Trans-Continental Hustle".
Gogol Bordello Non-Stop Directed by Margarita Jimeno Lorber Films Opens September 11, Cinema Village.
Gogol Bordello By Tom Pryor.
Nikolai Gogol (1809-1852) was literature's great confidence man.
" Gogol was made uneasy by his works," notes Richard Pevear in his introduction to his and Larissa Volokhonsky's admirable new translation of the collected tales.
It is an understatement that would have appealed to Gogol himself.
ONE OF VLADIMIR NABOKOV'S truly immortal passages lies buried in one of his least-known books, his critical study of Gogol.