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Brown - Literary Criticism - 1978 - 340 pages
The first critical study of the life and works of Osip Mandelstam, who died in 1938 in one of Stalin's labour camps.
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Yury Olesha - Fiction - 2009 - 120 pages
More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA
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The wayward comrade and the commissars

I︠U︡riĭ Karlovich Olesha - Literary Criticism - 1960 - 143 pages
In a devastating short novel and three incisive stories, an outstanding Russian novelist pokes fun at the foibles of a sausage-making bureaucrat and a wayward young pseudo ...
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Half-way to the moon: new writing from Russia

Patricia Blake - English literature - 1964 - 276 pages
Anthology of Russian prose and verse in English translation. For contents, see Author Catalog.
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Yuri Olesha - Fiction - 2012
A New York Review Books Original One of the delights of Russian literature, a tour de force that has been compared to the best of Nabokov and Bulgakov, Yuri Olesha’s novella ...
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Twentieth-century Russian literature

Harry Thornton Moore, Albert Parry - Literary Criticism - 1974 - 194 pages
This is the only volume in English that attempts to deal thoroughly with modern Russian literature—from Chekhov and Gorky to Solzhenitsyn and his contem­poraries. Moore and ...
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Beach: Stories by the Sand and Sea

Lena Lencek, Gideon Bosker - Fiction - 2013 - 256 pages
J. D. Salinger's ""A Perfect Day for Bananafish,"" John Cheever's ""Goodbye, My Brother,"" Doris Lessing's ""Through the Tunnel"": These and dozens of other beloved stories ...
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