Gogol’s Wife by Tommaso Landolfi

Gogol’s Wife by Tommaso Landolfi. 1963 New Directions paperback edition, 183 pages. Translations by Raymond Rosenthal, John Longrigg, and Wayland Young. Landolfi was an Italian author and translator, whose "work combined realism, speculative fiction and surrealism, and was often compared to the fictions of Kafka and Borges." Gogol's Wife was his first book-length work translated into English.

Condition: VG. Some wear along spine and shelf wear, glue aging.

"Let me say it at once: Nikolai Vasselevitch's wife was not a woman."

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