Of or relating to Nikolai Gogol or his works.

Tchernuishevski presented and criticised John Stuart Mills “Political Economy,” the æsthetic criticism of the Gogolian period, the party quarrels in France during the Restoration, Lessing and his age, etc., treated with the same superiority subjects of widely different kinds, but had his principal interests centred on the solution of certain great social problems,—the arrangement of the relations between the sexes, the abolition of serfdom, the abrogation of all individual property in land for the good of the community.

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