Zvonets

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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

What is the animal Zvonets known for?

The animal Zvonets is not a real animal, but a fictional one created by the Russian writer Nikolai Gogol in his short story "The Night Before Christmas".
Zvonets is a blacksmith's horse that can fly and talk, and helps the protagonist Vakula to win the heart of the beautiful Oksana.
Zvonets is described as a "miraculous horse" that is "as black as a raven, with eyes like stars, and a mane that shone like silver".
Zvonets is loyal, brave, and witty, and often makes sarcastic remarks about Vakula's love troubles.
Zvonets also has a special ability to make himself invisible by shaking his mane.
Zvonets plays a crucial role in the story, as he helps Vakula to travel to St. Petersburg and obtain a pair of slippers from the Empress Catherine II, which Oksana demanded as a condition for marrying him.
Zvonets is a symbol of the magical and folkloric elements of the story, as well as the blacksmith's craft and creativity.
Zvonets is one of the most memorable and original characters in Gogol's works, and has been adapted and portrayed in various media, such as films, cartoons, and operas.

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