New York: The Modern Library #40, 1962. Reprint. Cloth. 12mo, green cloth with black labels and gold lettering on spine and front cover, Introduction by Clifford Odets, archival mylar-protected brown-bordered & lettered dust jacket (unclipped), top of pages stained black by publisher for protection, gray ML Torchbearer endpapers, [i-x], 11 - 265 pages +  ads. Fine / Near Fine. Item #5384
Nikolai Gogol 1809 – 1852) was a Russian dramatist of Ukrainian origin, often considered the preeminent figures of the natural school of Russian literary realism with strains of surrealism and the grotesque.
UNCOMMON in such a sharp, clean dust jacket and overall NF condition. Handy format. The dust jacket has light edgewear with a couple of nicks on its lower spine.
Copyright page indicates original copyright of 1923. However, Toledano's Guide (pp.165, 176) places the printing of this design for the dust jacket rear panel from 1954-59, while the number "403" printed at the top inside of the dust jacket indicates a printing of 1962.