With the publication of "The Overcoat" in 1842, Nicolai Gogol (1809 1852) inaugurated a new chapter in Russian literature, in which the underdog and social misfit is treated not as a figure of fun or an object of charity, but as a human being with as much right to happiness as anybody else.With the publication of "The Overcoat" in 1842, Nicolai Gogol (1809 1852) inaugurated a new chapter in Russian literature, in which the underdog and social misfit is treated not as a figure of fun or an object of charity, but as a human being with as much right to happiness as anybody else.Read Less
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