Gogol as St. Petersburg. "Diary of a Madman", by Nikolai Vasilevich Gogol
Within Diary of a Madman, Gogol attempts a tale of epic proportions, if only for the schizophrenic mumblings of a character so immersed in his own psychosis that he fails to realize that the entire world does not share his own delusions. Through numerous journal entries, Aksenty Ivanovich Poprishchin leads us throughout his world, from his mediocre job and crush on his employer's daughter, to his encounters with dogs of higher intelligence, to the torments he undergoes at the hands of the Spanish 'Inquisitor.' This is a tale of suffering; Poprishchin is just a pathetic, Walter Mitty-es…
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