Nikolai Gogol bibliography
This is a list of the works by Nikolai Gogol (1809-52), followed by a list of adaptations of his works:
- Decoration of Vladimir of the Third Class, unfinished comedy (1832).
- Marriage, comedy (1835, published and premiered 1842).
- The Gamblers, comedy (1836, published 1842, premiered 1843).
- The Government Inspector, also translated as The Inspector General (1836).
- Leaving the Theater, (After the Staging of a New Comedy) (1836)
- Woman, essay (1830)
- Preface, to first volume of Evenings on a Farm (1831)
- Preface, to second volume of Evenings on a Farm (1832)
- Selected Passages from Correspondence with Friends, collection of letters and essays (1847).
- Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka, volume I of short story collection (1831):
- Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka, volume II of short story collection (1832):
- Arabesques, short story collection (1835):
- Mirgorod, short story collection in two volumes (1835):
- The Nose, short story (1835-1836)
- The Carriage, short story (1836)
- Rome, fragment (1842)
- The Overcoat, short story (1842)
- Dead Souls, novel (1842), intended as the first part of a trilogy.
Gogol's short stories composed between 1830 and 1835 are set in the Ukraine, and are sometimes referenced collectively as his Ukrainian tales.
His short stories composed between 1835 and 1842 are set in Petersburg, and are sometimes referenced collectively as his St Petersburg tales.
- Ode to Italy, poem (1829)
- Hanz Küchelgarten, narrative poem published under the pseudonym "V. Alov" (1829)
- 1913: The Night Before Christmas, a 41-minute film by Ladislas Starevich which contains some of the first combinations of stop motion animation with live action
- 1926: The Overcoat, a Soviet silent film directed by Grigori Kozintsev and Leonid Trauberg
- 1945: The Lost Letter, the Soviet Union's first feature-length traditionally animated film
- 1949: The Inspector General, a musical comedy and very loose adaptation directed by Henry Koster and starring Danny Kaye.
- 1951: The Night Before Christmas, an animated feature film directed by the Brumberg sisters
- 1952: Il Cappotto, an Italian film directed by Alberto Lattuada
- 1959: The Overcoat, a Soviet film directed by Aleksey Batalov
- 1962: Taras Bulba, a Yugoslavian/American film directed by J. Lee Thompson
- 1963: The Nose, a short film by Alexandre Alexeieff and Claire Parker using pinscreen animation
- 1967: Viy, a horror film made on Mosfilm and based on the Nikolai Gogol story of the same name.
- 1984: Dead Souls, directed by Mikhail Shveytser
- 1997: The Night Before Christmas, a 26-minute stop-motion-animated film
- 20??: The Overcoat, an upcoming film by acclaimed animator Yuriy Norshteyn, being worked on since 1981
- The Portrait, an upcoming English language feature film adaptation   
- 1874: Vakula the Smith, an opera by Pyotr Tchaikovsky
- 1880: May Night, an opera by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
- 1885: Cherevichki, Tchaikovsky's revision of Vakula the Smith
- 1906: Zhenitba, an unfinished opera begun in 1868 by Modest Mussorgsky
- 1917: The Fair at Sorochyntsi, an unfinished opera begun in 1874 by Modest Mussorgsky and first completed by César Cui - many different versions exist
- 1930: The Nose, a satirical opera by Dmitri Shostakovich
- 1976: Dead Souls, an opera by Russian nationalist composer Rodion Shchedrin
- 2011: Gogol, an opera by Russian composer Lera Auerbach commissioned by Vienna's Theater an der Wien
- Golub (1998, 432).
- "Partial perfection: no go at Dead Souls".
- ScreenDaily - A Screen International Article By Martin Blaney, June 23, 2014
- Russian Art And Culture "Gogol’s short story The Portrait to be made into feature film", July 4, 2014
- Screen International , Berlin Film Festival, 12 February 2016.
- Russian Art and Culture “Gogol’s “The Portrait” adapted for the screen by an international team of talents”, London, 29 January 2016.
- Kinodata.Pro  Russia, 12 February 2016.
- Britshow.com  16 February 2016.
- Golub, Spencer. 1998. "Gogol, Nikolai (Vasilievich)." In The Cambridge Guide to Theatre. Ed. Martin Banham. Cambridge: Cambridge UP. 431-432. ISBN 0-521-43437-8.