Nikolai Gogol: The Nose

The dog's nose.
A nose. Not the nose in question in this literary review, but it’s still a nose.

Hello. This is our book review for the week – it’s an insight into The Nose, Gogol’s great farcical, surrealist short story. Have a gander and one hopes one enjoys it, one does.

Moonshake Books

Greetings! After a delay of half a year, I’m back for 2019 with a review of the classic short story by Nikolai Gogol – The Nose.

These posts take a fair old while to put together and, wrapped up working for Barnes Film Festival in London (along with my full-time day job), and running Professional Moron, it’s tricky to fit in these long-form reviews.

But here’s the latest. It’s a famous short story that was likely a major inspiration for Franz Kafka. I’ll follow it up with a review of his famous novella The Metamorphosis sometime soon.

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