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Classics of Russian Literature
Publisher: Foreign Languages Publishing House.
Country: USSR. Date: 1950-65.


Taras Bulba - Gogol (Classics of Russian Literature) (Foreign Languages Publishing House) (image)

Taras Bulba by N. Gogol.
Moscow, Foreign Languages Publishing House, c. 1954.
(Classics of Russian Literature.)
Translated from the Russian by O.A. Gorchakov. Designed by D. Bisti (illustrator).
Hardback with dustjacket. 143 pages.


CLASSICS OF RUSSIAN LITERATURE (FOREIGN LANGUAGES PUBLISHING HOUSE) - CHECKLIST
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Alphabetically arranged by author and title

Anton Chekhov
Three Years.
c. 1950. 140 pp.

Fyodor Dostoyevsky
A Funny Man's Dream.
Translated from the Russian by Olga Shartse, Edited by Julius Katzler.
Designed by M. Klyachno (illustrator).
n.d.; 1961. 334pp, frontispiece.

The Insulted and Humiliated.
n.d. 458, [1] pp. 8vo.

My Uncle's Dream.
Litvinova, Ivy (Translator). Krasny, Y. (illustrator).
n.d. 405 pp.
Contents: My Uncle's Dream, Most Unfortunate & The Gambler.

Notes from a Dead House.
n.d.

V. M. Garshin
The Scarlet Flower.
1959. 179 pp.
Frontis of author. Illustrated with black & white drawings. Navy blue cloth cover ... with red & gold lettering on its spine and a red flower on its front board.

Nikolai Vasilevich Gogol
Evenings Near the Village of Dikanka: Stories Published by Bee-keeper Rudi Panko.
n.d.

Mirgorod: Being a Continuation of Evenings in a Village Near Dikanka.
Contents: Old-time Landowners. --Taras Bulba. --Viy. --The Tale of how Ivan Ivanovich Quarrelled with Ivan Nikiforovich.
1958. 294 pp.

Taras Bulba.
Translated from the Russian by O.A. Gorchakov. Designed by D. Bisti (illustrator).
c. 1958. 143 pp.

M. Lermontov
A Hero of our Time.
Martin Parker, tr.
1951. 173 pp.
With a portrait of Lermontov and Illustrationen of Shmarinov and Komarov.

Nikolai Leskov
The Enchanted Wanderer and Other Stories.
Translated By George H. Hanna. Frontispiece photo of the author.
n.d.
346 pp.

Alexander Pushkin [Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin]
The Captain's Daughter.
1954.
Beige paper over boards, gilt spine and cover titles.

The Tales of Belkin.
Translation from the Russian by Ivy and Tatiana Litvinov. Illustrated by D. A. Shmarinov. Designed by S.M.Pozharsky.
1954. 111 pp.

The Tales of Ivan Pushkin: The Tales of the Late Ivan Petrovich Belkin.
Illustrated by D. A. Shmarinov.
1954. 110 pp. plus notes.

M. Saltykov-Schedrin
Judas Golovlyov.
Translated by Olga Shartse.
Illustrated with black & white drawings by Kukryniksy.
1950; c. 1965. 366 pp.

Tales from M. Saltykov-Shchedrin.
Collection of short stories. Translated by Dorian Rottenberg and edited by John Gibbons.
n.d.

Lev Tolstoi [Leo Tolstoy]
The Cossacks: A Story of the Caucasus.
Edited by R. Daglish.
c. 1965.

Short Stories
1957.

Tales of Sevastopol.
Illustrated by Pyotr Pavlinov.
Classics of Russian Literature No. 17.
1950. 154 printed pages of text with one tipped-in colour plate and full-page monochrome illustrations throughout. Hard back binding in publisher's original decorated duck egg blue cloth covers. Gilt title and author lettering to the spine and to the upper panel.
Quarto size: 10 1/2'' x 8 1/4''.

I. S. Turgenev [Turgenev, Ivan] [Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev]
Fathers and Sons.
Translated from the Russian by Bernard Isaacs. Illustrated by Konstantin Rudakov.
1951. 214 pp. 9 tipped in plates.

A Hunter's Sketches.
Edited by O. Gorchakov, designed by A. Belyukin.
n.d. 454 pp.

MUMU.
n.d.
78pp.
"Never in the whole of literature has there been a more shattering protest against cruel tyranny."

On the Eve.
1958. Small purple hardcover with black lettering and design on cover,
179 pp.

Rudin.
Translated by O. Gorchakov. Illustrated by V. Sveshnikov. Designed by E. Fomina.
1954.
138 pp.

Three Short Novels: Asya. First Love. Spring Torrents.
1955.
304 pp.



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