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Synonyms for Gogol

Russian writer who introduced realism to Russian literature (1809-1852)

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"Until now Toktogul street ended on intersection with Gogol street.
Gogol Bordello are hugely and positively relentless with their blend of world music smashed together with folk and punk.
It just feels quite complete in capturing the Gogol familia transcontinental lifestyle, every side of it...
Lahiri has shown the pull between the native and host culture which holds Gogol to the earth and he by the end of the novel emerges as a hybrid that learns to negotiate with his fragmented identity.
In a 1969 interview with Allene Talmey of Vogue, Vladimir Nabokov dismissed his own Nikolai Gogol, a critical biography of the nineteenth-century Russian writer as an "innocent, and rather superficial, little sketch" (Strong 156).
A scene from Dead Souls even offers us a "Scott"-ish hint to reading Nikolai Gogol's enigmatic Russian novel.
He appeared in Nikolai Gogol's play The Government Inspector, screened as a one-off special by the BBC more than 50 years ago.
The Sharks added some veteran depth up front on Wednesday when they acquired forward Chad Rau from the Minnesota Wild organization in exchange for Curt Gogol and Riley Brace.
The 'Gogol Mogol', named after a Russian egg dish, was created by a Russian team of inventors known as KIAN, and designed by Evgeny Morgalev.
The Gogol Mogol carton warms itself up using a chemical reaction so breakfast is ready in just two minutes for those on the go.
My overall aim here is to propose an alternative reading of The Namesake, one that presents Gogol, the second-generation protagonist of Lahiri's 2003 novel, as being haunted by his own belatedness in relation to the first generation's experience.