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Gogol doesn't write like Fyodor













Not solemn; Pomp, candor of his linguistic non-achievements overtly glorified by the plebs








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Re: Gogol doesn't write like Fyodor

No, he didn't write like him. Dead Souls is much better than Poor Folk, a rather forgettable early effort by the master. Dostoevsky's later works (Crime & Punishment, The Idiot, Brothers Karamazov, etc) are where he really excelled as an author.

Have you ever heard of Dmitry Merezhkovsky? If you like Russian literature, Death of the Gods is definitely worth seeking out. I read it years ago but I want to read it again:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Death_of_the_Gods

Re: Gogol doesn't write like Fyodor

No, he didn't write like him. Dead Souls is much better than Poor Folk, a rather forgettable early effort by the master. Dostoevsky's later works (Crime & Punishment, The Idiot, Brothers Karamazov, etc) are where he really excelled as an author.

I've read Notes from the Underground; i am planning to read all of F.D.'s contributions to Russian Lit






Have you ever heard of Dmitry Merezhkovsky? If you like Russian literature, Death of the Gods is definitely worth seeking out. I read it years ago but I want to read it again:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Death_of_the_Gods

Not really.

http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/46492



The Romance of Leonardo da Vinci, the Forerunner by Dmitry Sergeyevich Merezhkovsky

http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/47902

I am happy with reading e-books, preferably Epubs on Microsoft Edge, instead of paperback/hardcovers/et seq.

The Life-Work of Flaubert
From the Russian of Merejowski, [en]

http://manybooks.net/authors/merezhkovskyd.html

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