Through Russia: A Book of Stories (Everyman's Library #741)

By: GORKI, Maxim (pseudonym of Alexei Maximovich Pieshkov)

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A collection of 10 short stories by Maxim Gorki in an Everyman's Library edition. Translated into English and with an introduction by C. J. Hogarth from the Russian. Maxim Gorki is a pseudonym of Alexei Maximovich Pieshkov (1868-1936) who was politically active on the side of the Bolsheviks. Everyman's Library #741, an entry in EL's Fiction series. --- In binding style 4, full carmine red cloth-covered boards with simple gilt-stamped spine titling and publisher's blindstamped cover vignette, brown topstain. In red dust jacket with Eric Ravilious "EL" design on front cover. --- With soiling in narrow black strips near cover & endpaper edges due to use of early Bro-Dart wrapper, prior owner's notations to front free endpaper; otherwise a clean, sound copy. Very bright jacket with a little wrinkling and discoloration; protected in fresh removable mylar wrapper.; 16mo (6 to 7 in. tall); xi, 376 pages

Title: Through Russia: A Book of Stories (Everyman's Library #741)

Author Name: GORKI, Maxim (pseudonym of Alexei Maximovich Pieshkov)

Categories: >>Everyman's Library Editions, >>Classic Fiction, Literature,

Publisher: London/ New York, Everyman's Library - J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd./E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc.: 1951

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good in Very Good+ dust jacket

Stock No.: 80398