Frases de Nikolaj Vasiljevič Gogol

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Nikolaj Vasiljevič Gogol

Fecha de nacimiento: 19. Marzo 1809
Fecha de muerte: 21. Febrero 1852
Otros nombres: Nikolái Vasílievich Gógol, Nikolaj Gogol', Nicolau Gogol, Nikolai Wassiljewitsch Gogol, Nikolaj Vasilievič Gogoľ

Nikolái Vasílievich Gógol fue un escritor ruso[1]​[2]​[3]​[4]​[5]​ de origen ucraniano.[2]​[6]​ Cultivó varios géneros, pero fue notablemente conocido como dramaturgo, novelista y escritor de cuentos cortos. Su obra más conocida es, probablemente, Almas muertas, considerada por muchos como la primera novela rusa moderna. Wikipedia

Frases Nikolaj Vasiljevič Gogol

„Es muy triste no ver el bien en el bien.“

—  Nikolaj Vasiljevič Gogol

Fuente: [Ortega Blake], Arturo. El gran libro de las frases célebres, p. 582. Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial. México, 2013. ISBN 9786073116312. https://books.google.es/books?hl=es&id=QJIAVIKP1dgC&q=gogol#v=snippet&q=gogol&f=false En Google Books. Consultado el 12 de octubre de 2019.

„Así desapareció un ser humano que nunca tuvo quién lo amparara, a quien nadie había querido y que jamás interesó a nadie.“

—  Nikolaj Vasiljevič Gogol

Obras, El Capote (1842)
Fuente: http://www.ciudadseva.com/textos/cuentos/rus/gogol/abrigo.htm

„Of course, Alexander the Great was a hero, but why smash the chairs?“

—  Nikolai Gogol, The Government Inspector

Epigraph; said of a history teacher who smashed a chair in his excitement when discussing the conqueror
The Inspector General (1836)

„It is no use to blame the looking glass if your face is awry.“

—  Nikolai Gogol, The Government Inspector

Epigraph
The Inspector General (1836)

„As it is so strangely ordained in this world, what is amusing will turn into being gloomy, if you stand too long before it, and then God knows what ideas may not stray into the mind“

—  Nikolai Gogol, libro Dead Souls

Vol. I, ch. 3
Dead Souls (1842)
Contexto: As it is so strangely ordained in this world, what is amusing will turn into being gloomy, if you stand too long before it, and then God knows what ideas may not stray into the mind... Why is it that even in moments of unthinking, careless gaiety a different and strange mood comes upon one?

„Rus! Rus! I see you, from my lovely enchanted remoteness I see you“

—  Nikolai Gogol, libro Dead Souls

Vol. II, ch. 2
Dead Souls (1842)
Contexto: Rus! Rus! I see you, from my lovely enchanted remoteness I see you: a country of dinginess, and bleakness and dispersal; no arrogant wonders of nature crowned by the arrogant wonders of art appear within you to delight or terrify the eyes... So what is the incomprehensible secret force driving me towards you? Why do I constantly hear the echo of your mournful song as it is carried from the sea through your entire expanse?... And since you are without end yourself, is it not within you that a boundless thought will be born?

„Why do I constantly hear the echo of your mournful song as it is carried from the sea through your entire expanse?… And since you are without end yourself, is it not within you that a boundless thought will be born?“

—  Nikolai Gogol, libro Dead Souls

Vol. II, ch. 2
Dead Souls (1842)
Contexto: Rus! Rus! I see you, from my lovely enchanted remoteness I see you: a country of dinginess, and bleakness and dispersal; no arrogant wonders of nature crowned by the arrogant wonders of art appear within you to delight or terrify the eyes... So what is the incomprehensible secret force driving me towards you? Why do I constantly hear the echo of your mournful song as it is carried from the sea through your entire expanse?... And since you are without end yourself, is it not within you that a boundless thought will be born?

„Dogs are clever fellows; they know all about politics […]“

—  Nikolai Gogol, libro Diary of a Madman

Diary of a Madman (1835)

„The more destruction there is everywhere, the more it shows the activity of town authorities.“

—  Nikolai Gogol, The Government Inspector

Act I, sc. i
The Inspector General (1836)

„Marchember 86. Between day and night.“

—  Nikolai Gogol, libro Diary of a Madman

Diary of a Madman (1835)

„What are you laughing at? You are laughing at yourselves!“

—  Nikolai Gogol, The Government Inspector

Act V, sc. viii
The Inspector General (1836)

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