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Fyodor Abramov. Fyodor Abramov (1920-1983). Works in 3 volumes (set). USSR (Leningrad): Khudozhestvennnaya Literatura, 1980. A collection of the author's fictional works, including Brothers and Sisters, Two Winters and Three Summers, The House, Paths and Crossroads, and other works. 1730 pages, hardcover, good condition. [#KL-02]
Konstantine Stanyukovich. (1843 - 1903.) Collected Works in 6 volumes. Russian Nautical Stories and Narratives and General Works. Stanyukovich wrote stories of the Russian navy at the end of the 19th century, including one about a black orphan adopted by a band of sailors. IN RUSSIAN.
USSR (Moscow): State Publishing House of Artistic Literature, 1958. Blue hardcover bindings. Good condition, light wear.
Includes (partial list) the following stories: Maximka, The Passenger, Vasily Ivanovich, Sailor's Lynch, Man Overboard, The Storm, The Terrible Admiral, The Lost Sailor, The Misunderstood Signal, The Wreck of The Matthew Ivanovich, The Horrible Day, The Restless Admiral, Around the World in The "Hawk", Two Sailors, The Stupid Cause, The Escape, The Letter, The Sailor, The Joke, The Repayment, On The "Seagull", The Bizarre Sailor, The Loss of The "Hawk", Parade, Wolf, The Splendid Captain, Comrades, Morning, The Dog, The Kind-Hearted, The Boy from Sevastopol, Without Resolution, Two Brothers, Our Customs, The Adventures of a well-intentioned young man, A Charitable Comedy, Sergey Ptichkin, Tanyachka, Dyadenka Protas Ivanovich, Reckless, The Wedding of Pinegin, Yolka for Grownups, The Story of One Life, The Fool, The Adventures of a Sailor, The Honeymoon, The Occurrence. [#SBk-47] Set of 6 volumes.
Volume 1: 1886-1894. 759pp | Volume 2: 1895-1896. 710pp | Volume 3: 1897-1902. 608pp | Volume 4: 1873-1880. [Works.] 824pp | Volume 5: 1879-1893. [Works.] 727pp | Volume 6: 1894-1902. [Works.] 783pp Last volume also contains notes to volumes in the series and biographical timeline of the author.
| | Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky. In portraits, illustrations and documents. FEDOR MIKHAILOVICH DOSTOEVSKII. V portretakh, illyustratsiyakh, dokumentakh. V. S. Nechaeva (editor). IN RUSSIAN. Profusely illustrated in black and white, covers a wealth of biographical information about the famous Russian novelist and philosopher. USSR (Moscow): Prosveshchenie Publishing House, 1972. 447 pages, hardcover, clothbound, small folio, missing dustjacket. Standard used condition, no writing or marks. [#SBk-55]
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