Friday, 28 March 2008

Gogol's The Nose, Part ii

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A litle more of Gogol's absurd story of nasal knavery. In the first part, Ivan Yakovlevitch finds a nose in a bread roll and attempts to dispose of it, only to be accosted by a constable.

Many questions linger unanswered; if Collegiate Assessor Kovalev had no nose, then how did he smell?

Enjoy, but do not allow yourself to become too excitable. It may be the 4th of April before the next installment is up.

2 comments:

Zabet said...

Нету Носов. Так жал!

(No Nose. What a shame!

Timothy M Ralphs said...

It's coming, dearest, fondest, most favoured Zabet.