Gaf! Gaf!: Russian dog stories
A collection of remarkable Russian dog stories, selected, translated and introduced by Terrence Emmons. Several of Russia's most famous writes, including Turgenev, Tolstoy, and Chechov, are represented here, along with other masters of the genre who are less well known to western readers: Mamin-Sibiriak, Kuprin, Prishvin, and others. This is the first anthology of Russian dog stories to be published in any language.
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Alexander Kuprin Anna Mikhailovna Anna Vasil'evna Anton Chekhov Arcturus Arteau Auntie Azor Barbos barking began Blackie boar bread Bully Cherdyn Cold River courtyard cried dark doctor dog's door Dubets Dunyatka ears Egor Egyptian pyramid Eleska everything eyes face Fedor Timofeich Fedosya forest Gavrila Andreich Gerasim Ginger goose grabbed Grandpa grew hands head hear heard howling hunting Ivan Ivanych Ivan Turgenev jumped Kapiton Kolva lady laughed legs licked Little Boy little room Lodyzhkin looked Ma'am Masha master Mikhail Prishvin mistress Mitya Mumu Muzgarko muzzle night Pechora poodle river rooster rubles running rushed Russian seemed Sergei Seryozha side silent sledge train sleep smelled snow someone Stepan stood stopped stories suddenly tail Tatiana thing thought took Trilli turned Vogul voice wagged waiting watchman whispered wild boar window wolf yelled yelping Zhulka