He never does anything even halfway exciting. زیبایی تراژیک آن در خواندن آن است. He was so overwhelmed by hi co-workers that he even lied and said it was not actually a new coat. In his last few years, Gogol experienced ill health and depression. In order to cheer himself up, the official goes to a party. Do you know with whom you are speaking? Akaky, noting that Petrovich appears to be sober, is worried that he will not be able to bargain as effectively. At the same time, this final scene also shows Gogol veering off into the absurd again, leaving behind his protagonist and avoiding a neat conclusion to the story of one insignificant clerk in St.
The very next day Akaky was replaced by another employee who wrote differently than Akaky. The main character is an ordinary worker who transcripts books. I won't reveal the end of the story except to say that it is both funny and sad. Sometimes he would be a little cruel and overcharged some people just so he could make more money but he was honest when he saw a man with no money. Yet, Gogol viewed his work in a more conservative light, and his writing seems to incorporate as much fantasy and folklore as realistic detail.
The next day, he is overtaken by a fever. After that,Akaky was scared and during the cold winter he got ill and died. Akaky sees visions of Petrovich, the thieves, and his old overcoat. Akaky loved his job and treated with great respect. Do you like discussing books with your friends? Petrovich proudly displays the coat, which he made from scratch, to Akaky and helps the clerk put it on. He was short, ginger haired and had freckles.
That's why it took more than a month for me to finish this book While the pages are quite thin, only lingering about no more than 200 pages. Embora trate de temas bem sérios, o autor sabe trabalhar suas histórias de maneira a deixá-las divertidas e satíricas. The fact that each story managed to keep me reading and chuckling until the end speaks to Gogol's quality as an author. But his familiarity offends the Important Person, who tells Akaky that he should have appealed to him through the appropriate bureaucratic channels. Gogol resigned from the professorship in 1835. He believed the inevitable end of a communist government was total failure.
It did more for him than anyone in his life ever had and for that reason, he cared for it more than anything else in his life. Petersburg where an awkward, impoverished clerk must scrimp and save in order to afford a badly needed new winter coat. One official recognizes the dead man as Akaky Akakievich. It isn't what he writes about; it is how he writes that is so pleasing. Gogol criticizes the Russian government for paying its civil servants a low salary on which they can barely survive. He shouts at Akaky until he leaves the office in a daze. Ah, só consigo pensar na palavra incrível! Even when he was offered a different job he declined because the new job was to tiring for him.
This section contains 293 words approx. I think this is too remote--culturally and chronologically--for it to really resonate with me. When communicating with people of a lower rank he usually falls silent, unsure of how interacting with his inferiors will affect his reputation. He never does anything even halfway exciting. But on the way back from the party, he gets his coat stolen by Akaky's ghost.
Petersburg goes on as it always has. Plot is affected because at the beginning of the story it is about a boring, unpopular, lump of unattractiveness. Reports come in from officials of all ranks that their coats have been stolen and that they have been exposed to the bitter cold of St. On the surface, this is a simple story of an everyman, his tribulations, and a final denouement. شنل قصه ی زندگی و مرگ آکاکی آکاکیه ویچ باشماچکین، کارمند فقیری ست که در اداره ای در سن پیترزبورگ، میرزابنویس است. Finally the last official is so mean to Akaky that he dejectedly walks home without a coat in the harsh Russian winter.
Quickly people begin to respect him more as he wears the new coat, and it creates for him a. Akakii led a very simple life and not many people would talk to him or even pay him much attention. That Akaky works diligently at his copying and rarely interacts with his peers suggests that Akaky has little personality—that he is perhaps a kind of machine, or a non-entity. When he turned around he saw Akaky. There is nothing in the world more readily moved to wrath than a department, a regiment, a government office, and in fact any sort of official body. The narrator continues his comic construction of Akaky's character by pointing out that Akaky's speech is mostly meaningless, consisting of prepositions, adverbs, and particles.
He was born in St. We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new forms of scholarship. Described as short, pockmarked, balding and ruddy-faced, Akaky is the antithesis. Шињел - ово је ваљда свако осим мене прочитао још у средњој школи. The replication of European architecture gives St. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1980. His current coat is old and tattered, and is the butt of many jokes at work.
Soon thereafter, he took to bed, refused all food, and died in great pain nine days later. As Akaky walks down the street, he begins to see things in a new light. There is humor to be found in all of these stories, and in Dead Souls, often laugh-out-loud sort of funny. Akaky, stunned, has no idea where he would get that kind of money. There, in that copying, he saw some varied and pleasant world of his own. After he finally acquires the new garment, it is stolen. Akaky laughs and walks on.