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Edition: First printing.
Chicago: J. Philip O'Hara, Inc., (1971) dj. Hardcover first edition - A collection of 21 poems written while Daniel was in prison and on trial in Moscow (the trial of Daniel and fellow writer Andrei Synavsky is considered by some as the birth of the modern Soviet dissident movement.). Bilingual edition with the original Russian and English translations by David Burg and Arthur Boyars. 75 pp. ISBN: 0-879555017.
Condition: Very near fine in very good minus dust jacket (some rubbing and edgewear to the dj.)Book ID: 54619More details Price: $18.00
THE LAY OF TSAR IVAN VASSILYEVICH, HIS YOUNG OPRICHNIK AND THE STOUTHEARTED MERCHANT KALASHNIKOV.
Edition: First English language edition.
Moscow: Raduga Publishers (Progress Publishers). (1983.). Hardcover first edition - A lovely edition of this long narrative poem by nineteenth-century Russian poet Lermontov , translated from Russian into English by Irina Zheleznova and designed by Irina Kiselevskaya. Illustrated with eight drawings, some full page, and an decorated title-page by Ivan Bilibin and decorated with elaborate head pieces and small tail pieces printed in red. Large format. 25 pp.
Condition: Fine in illustrated beige boards, in the original clear acetate cover (tears to acetate cover.)Book ID: 43429More details Price: $25.00
Praha (Prague): Albatros, (1985). Hardcover - Illustrated doublepage spreads with vocabulary words in Czech, Russian, German and English (with the pronunciation shown for the English). Index. Oversized oblong format. 200 pp.
Condition: Very good in glossy white illustrated boards.Book ID: 78033More details Price: $35.00
TOLSTOY'S TALES OF COURAGE AND CONFLICT.
Edition: First edition.
Garden City, NY: Hanover House, 1958. dj. Hardcover first edition - The first major one-volume collection of Tolstoy's stories, edited and with an introduction by Charles Neider. Includes 46 stories from all stages of his life, ranging in length from short stories to novellas. Most were translated by Nathan Haskell Dole; the three Sevastapol stories were translated by Isabel F. Hapgood. 574 pp.
Condition: Near fine in a fair only dust jacket (chipping, tears and discoloration to the dust jacket, now protected by an archival cover.)Book ID: 54972More details Price: $24.00