Nikolai Gogol

1 Articles written
Nikolai Gogol was a Ukrainian-born Russian writer who is considered one of the greatest representatives of Russian realism and a forerunner of surrealism. He is best known for his short stories, such as "The Nose" and "The Overcoat", as well as his novel "Dead Souls". His works often portrayed the absurdities and social injustices of imperial Russia, and his unique blend of humor and satire earned him a reputation as a master of the grotesque. Gogol's impact on Russian literature and culture has been immense, and his works continue to be widely read and studied today.

Online Stories

The Viy

(The “Viy” is a monstrous creation of popular fancy. It is the name which the inhabitants of Little Russia give to the king of...

All Authors

Algernon Blackwood
1 POSTS0 COMMENTS
Ambrose Bierce
2 POSTS0 COMMENTS
Charles V. De Vet
1 POSTS0 COMMENTS
Leonid Andreyev
1 POSTS0 COMMENTS
Robert W. Chambers
1 POSTS0 COMMENTS
Charlotte Perkins Gilman
1 POSTS0 COMMENTS
Greg F. Gifune
4 POSTS0 COMMENTS
Sandy DeLuca
2 POSTS0 COMMENTS
W. W. Jacobs
1 POSTS0 COMMENTS
W.F. Harvey
1 POSTS0 COMMENTS
Edgar Allan Poe
1 POSTS0 COMMENTS
Guy de Maupassant
1 POSTS0 COMMENTS
H.P. Lovecraft
1 POSTS0 COMMENTS
M.R. James
1 POSTS0 COMMENTS
Patrick Kill
13 POSTS0 COMMENTS
Jeffrey Thomas
1 POSTS0 COMMENTS
Robert Louis Stevenson
1 POSTS0 COMMENTS
Saki
1 POSTS0 COMMENTS
error: Alert: Content selection is disabled!!