Paavo Matsin's novel "Gogol's Disko" is set in the near future - the newly formed Tsarist Empire of Russia forcibly annexes the entire Baltic region, erasing every trace of Estonian culture in the process. Then Nikolai Gogol emerges, risen from the dead after 170 years, and a crazy round dance begins. With anarchic humor, Matsin manages to make fear and inner conflict tangible and at the same time to lead them ad absurdum. A nightmarish, bizarre dystopia, a bizarre view of the present.
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