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The difference between the male and the female world is immediately signalled on a level close to Gogol"s heart-in the choice of food. Thus, as they prepare to welcome their children, Taras tells his wife: "Ne nuno pampuek, medovikov, makovnikov i drugix pundikov; taëi nam vsego barana, kozu davaj, medy sorokaletye! Da gorelki pobol’e, ne s vydumkami gorelki, s mom i vsjakimi vytreben’kami, a istoj, pennoj gorelki . " p. i0 The contrast, one might add, with the gamut of confitures and recherche brandies of the old-world landowners, the Tovstogubs, could not be greater.

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In many respects Taras Bul’ba is the most revealing exposition of Gogol"s myth of the Ukraine; it is also a work that is almost universally misunderstood. In the pre-Revolutionary and Soviet periods, it was read -and indeed still is today-as a sublime statement of patriotism, sacri fice for the fatherland, bravery, friendship, and genuine democratic hero ism. At the same time, it is taken as historically true, in fact, as a higher synthesis of history. In short, the story is perceived precisely as a myth -as something that is both ideal and true.

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