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Further Reading

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, Notes from the Underground and the Gambler, Oxford University Press, 1991.

Originally published in 1864, the novella Notes from the Underground is the best-known work by one of Russia's greatest writers.

Erofeyev, Victor and Andrew Reynolds, eds., The Penguin Book of New Russian Writing, Penguin Books, 1995.

This book is a collection of prose fiction by contemporary Russian authors.

Magocsi, Paul Robert, A History of the Ukraine, Washington University Press, 1996.

This book includes a historical overview of the region of Russia in which Gogol grew up.

Maguire, Robert A., Exploring Gogol, Stanford University Press, 1994.

This book includes criticism and interpretation of Gogol's major literary works.

Pushkin, Aleksandr, Eugene Onegin, Penguin, 1979.

Originally published in 1833, this novel, by Gogol's friend and Russia's leading writer of the early nineteenth century, is a masterpiece. It provides a broadbased depiction of Russian life and culture.

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