Almas Mortas Nikolai Gogol. 20 likes. Book. Almas Mortas Nikolai Gogol. Privacy · Terms. About. Almas Mortas Nikolai Gogol. Book. 20 people like this topic. Almas Mortas. N.V. Gogol. in Portuguese. Red Leather with lettering and decorations in gold. top page edges a little spotted. Literature of the World. | eBay !. Buy Almas Mortas (Em Portuguese do Brasil) by Nicolai Gogol (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on.

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There’s also the issue for me of the two different parts of the novel.

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Almas Mortas by Nikolai Gogol (2 star ratings)

Now Kerouac has my attention. Delivery times may vary, especially during peak periods. Inon leaving school, Gogol came to Petersburg. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?

This gogool ended up disappointing me a lot. Suddenly you were offering up major details about some minor characters troubled youth, and you went on and on and on and on.

Thus, despite it being a well written book that accomplishes its intended purpose; I give Dead Souls by Nokolia Gogol a 2. I got that it is social and political satire and some parts moved along with action and humor. Normally I can take out a 15 hour audiobook in three or four days, but this book took me two weeks, partially because I had to replay portions and partially because it held no interest to me so I often preferred listening to music instead.


There were some interesting insights into the Russian people, the way Gogol describes them is simultaneously universal and specific, and despite it being heavily satirical, there’s a constant and persistent sense of pathos and empathy towards the Russian people and towards Gogol’s own characters, which is a beautiful balance to accomplish.

Almas Mortas

Chichikov is trying to pull off the same scheme, and the reader ends up doing a lot of head-scratching to figure out what this is all about. I only read the first part which to be fair, is most of the book. Product details Paperback Publisher: English Choose a language for shopping.

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Very minimal wear and tear. Instead, he buys property by lowballing and basically swindling gofol guy in part II, and pays some cash upfront, nothing about a bank loan. Cut that part out and move on with the story. Gogol’s writing is extremely well polished and often times also funny, so how could he make such an endlessly boring book? Customers who bought this item also bought.

Suflete moarte 4 din 5 voturi. Chichikov goes on with his little project, but this second round just does not prove as interesting as the first round. Despite all of these great qualities, this book was such a pile of humdrum garbage. The first part represented the Inferno; the second part was to depict the gradual purification and transformation of the rogue Chichikov under the influence of virtuous publicans and governors — Purgatory.


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Trivia About Dead Souls. True, Chichikov displays a most extraordinary moral rot, but the whole idea of buying and selling dead souls is, to Nabokov, ridiculous on its face; therefore, the provincial setting of the novel is a most unsuitable backdrop for any of the progressive, reformist or Christian readings of the work. Refer to eBay Return policy for more details. Then the second half of the book was almost too painful to get through.

The issue is that each chapter is basically a slight variation of the last one. Rohnert Park, California, United States. He’s a repulsive, pretentious crook whom for it’s hard to feel any sympathy when things get difficult for him. Learn more – opens in new window or tab. Hey, Aomas made it through but I don’t think I would do alas again or recommend it.

Too much meaningless dialogue. I feel like this could be a great book, but it, quite simply, went right over my head.