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Soviet Literature and Art Almanac 89
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Soviet Literature and Art Almanac 89

Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, 1990. 189 numbered pages plus a few additional pages of text and illustrations. Articles by and about figures such as Valentin Rasputin, Bykov, Aitmatov, Rybakov, Iskander etc. Intact, but lies flat when opened to the middle.

$10.00

Soviet Literature Monthly 1975 - 11 Issues
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Soviet Literature Monthly 1975 - 11 Issues

By Jacque, Valentina, editor

11 Issues from 1975, lacking only No. 3. Includes previously unknown works by Paustovsky and Bulgakov. No. 1. Incudes Valentin Rasputin, Astafyev, Nosov , Alexin. 192pp. No. 2. Vasilyev's "His Name Was Not Listed", 130 pages. Also includes poetry and various articles. 192pp. No. 4. A series of poems about Lenin. Fiction from Vasilevsky and Sanghi. 192pp. No. 5. Dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Soviet People's victor in the Great Patriotic War. Incudes "The Wolf Pack" by Bykov' "Feast Celebrating Victory" by Astafyev; articlesby Simonov, etc. Color plates of works by Soviet war artists. 192pp plus plates. 975 No. 6. Fiction by Mikhailovskaya, Belyaev, Engibaryan. Poems by Valentin Sorokin, Sholokhov's "The Fate of a Man" in celebration of his 70th birthday, etc. 192pp. 1975 No. 7. The first part of a novel, The Islanders, by Zoya Zhuravlyova; under a section titled "Literary Finds" a story by Konstantin Paustovsky, "Captain Gernet's Theory", and then an article about Paustovsky and this story - which was not included in his collected works, never mentioned in his autobiographical writings, and only appeared once, in partial form, in 1933. 192pp. 1975 No. 8. Includes peices by Gribachev; a continuation of the novel "The Islanders" by Zhuravlyova, Poetry by Isaakyan, etc. 192pp. No. 9. Fiction by Shukshin. Poetry by Esenin; other articles. No 10. Devoted to Literary Research. An impressive collection of articles, and printings of unknown writings by classic Russian writers. 192pp. No. 11. Fiction includes "The Siege" by Alexander Chakovsky, and "The Sun in the Eagle's Nest" by Akhmdedkhan Abu-Bakar. An article on Konstantin Simonov, "Chronicler of the War", in honor of his 60th birthday. 12pp. No. 12. Includes fiction from Anatoli Tkachenko, Mikhailov, Semyonov. A chapter from an unpublished manuscript by Mikhail Bulgakov, "I Dreamed a Dream", and various other articles. 192pp.

$50.00

Soviet Literature Monthly 1970 Nos. 9, 10 and 11
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Soviet Literature Monthly 1970 Nos. 9, 10 and 11

By Jacque, Valentina, editor

Three issues from 1970. No. 9. Includes Two Stories by Edward Shim; Hot Snow by Yuri Bondarev (a bit over 100 pages, begins with chapter 11.) ALso Aitmatov, Keshokov, an article "The State Film Archives" by Alexander Alexandrov, etc. 192pp plus color plates. No. 10. Continuation of Bondarev's Hot Snow; prose by Rytkheu and Gutsala, poets of the Baltic Republics, etc. 192pp plus color plates. 1970 No 11. Articles by Gulyam, Gerasimov, Obukhova, Abramov, Kuranov etc. 192pp plus color plates.

$19.00

Soviet Literature Monthly 1969 Nos. 2 and 3
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Soviet Literature Monthly 1969 Nos. 2 and 3

By Jacque, Valentina, editor

Two issues from 1969. No. 2. 192pp. Pieces by Victor Konetsky, Nikolai Rylenkov (Recollections; Rylenkov died in 1969), A discussion of Daniil Granin, etc. No. 3. Stories by Paustovsky (Someone Else's Manuscript), Gulia, "Born of a Miracle" by Berdy Kerbabayev, an article on Erskine Caldwell in the Soviet Union, etc. 192pp.

$14.00

Soviet Literature Monthly 1968 Nos. 10 and 11
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Soviet Literature Monthly 1968 Nos. 10 and 11

By Azhayev , Vasili, editor-in-chief

Two issues from 1968. No. 10. Prose by Matevosyan, Ketlinskaya, Ghermanm Nikolayeva. 192pp plus black and white plates. No. 11. Includes reminiscences by Marshal Chuikov ("Youth Tempered in Combat"), "The Fifth Day" by Nikolai Chukovsky, etc. 192pp.

$12.00

Soviet Literature Monthly 1967 No. 6
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Soviet Literature Monthly 1967 No. 6

By Azhayev , Vasili, editor-in-chief

1967 No. 6. A special issue on Russian Poets 1917 - 1967. A collection of poems from 66 different authors. 176pp.

$10.00

Soviet Literature Monthly 1965 Nos. 1 and 2
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Soviet Literature Monthly 1965 Nos. 1 and 2

By Azhayev , Vasili, editor-in-chief

Two issues from 1965. No. 1. Includes a play by Samuel Marshak, "Clever Things". An extract from "On the Eve" by Vasili Smirnov, poems by Lukonin, a selection of Isaac Babel's letters; an interview with Arkadi Perventsev. No 2. Stories by Nikolai Chukovsky, Ketlinskaya, Semyonov, Pravdin, poems by Podekkov, etc. 192pp plus black and white plates.

$18.00

Soviet Literature Monthly 1964 Nos. 9, 10, 11 and 12
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Soviet Literature Monthly 1964 Nos. 9, 10, 11 and 12

By Azhayev , Vasili, editor-in-chief

Four issues from 1964, including an excerpt from Konstantin Simonov's "Soldiers are not Born". No. 9. Stories by Lipatov, Tikhonov, Orlov, an article on Maya Plisetskaya, etc. 192pp. No. 10. Stories includes Vasil Bykov "The Ballad of the Alps", others by Rylenkov, Peskov, and Svirsky; an article by Konstantin Simonov criticizing the Chinese Communist Party. No 11. Devoted to modern literature and art of Kazakhstan. 192pp. No. 12. Includes an except from "Soldiers Are Not Born" by Konstantin Simonov, a continuation of his excellent war novel "The Living and the Dead", and not otherwise published in English as far as I know. Other writings by Rytkheu, Razgovorov, Bokov, etc. 182pp plus plates.

$25.00

Soviet Literature Monthly 1963 No. 2 February
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Soviet Literature Monthly 1963 No. 2 February

By Azhayev, V., editor-in-chief

1963 No 2 contains Alexander Solzhenitsyn's One Day as the lead story, as translated by Ralph Parker, the same translation as the first book appearance in English from Dutton. Also Includes an article by Andrei Sinyavsky on the Poetry of Boris Pasternak, just two years before the Sinyavsky and Daniel trial. Other authors include Gulnazarian, Tkachenko, Soloukhin, Auerbach and Vanshenkin. Loosely inserted is a 16 page speech by L.F. Ilyichov, secretary of the CPSU Central Commitee, from December of 1962, "Creative Work for the People, in the Name of Communism".

$200.00

Soviet Literature Monthly 1963 No. 1
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Soviet Literature Monthly 1963 No. 1

By Azhayev, V., editor-in-chief

1963 No. 1. Includes "The First Teacher" by Chinghiz Aitmativ, other prose from Tikhonov, Shim, etc. Includes an interesting article by the Magazine "Novy Mir", and a survey of recent publications; Solzhenitsyn's "One Day" is mentioned towards the end, and relatively briefly (at last compared to the controversy it generated): "In its November 1962 issue Novy Mir published the first story of Alexander Solzhenitsyn, "One Day"". This is a story about people who suffered from artitrary law during the period of Stalin's cult [...]". 172pp.

$20.00

Soviet Literature Monthly 1956 No. 1
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Soviet Literature Monthly 1956 No. 1

By I. Anisimov, editor-in-chief

One issue from 1956, No. 1. Includes an extract from Sholokhov's "Virgin Soil Upturned; Fadayev's "Notes on Literature", Ilya Ehrenburg on Sartre's Plays, etc. 176pp.

$10.00

Soviet Literature Monthly 1955 Nos 5, 6 and 7.
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Soviet Literature Monthly 1955 Nos 5, 6 and 7.

By I. Anisimov, editor-in-chief

Three issues form 1955. No. 5. The long extract is Katerli's "The Long Road". Articles by Kontantin Simonov, Lukin, Elistratova on Howard Fast, etc. 196pp. No. 6 . 160 pages work by the Lithuanian writer I Simonaityte, "Buse and Her Sisters". Other articles include Zelinsky on Gorky, Turkob, Tokunaga on the Japanese Short Story, etc.196pp. No. 7, D. Granin's "Those Who Seek"; an article on Moscow's Theatrical Season; other pieces by Mozolkov, Lirin, Andronikov ("A Trip with Alexei Tolstoy"), etc. 180pp.

$22.00

Soviet Literature Monthly 1954 Nos 9 and 11
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Soviet Literature Monthly 1954 Nos 9 and 11

By I. Anisimov, editor-in-chief

Two issues from 1954, No. 9. Includes "Years of Wanderings" by A. Arbuzov; Short Stories by Aramilev; Konstantin Simonov on Bernard Shaw, etc. 164pp. No. 11. The long extract is "Fleet-footed Deer" by N. Shundik. Other content is primarily on literature of other countries. 220pp.

$15.00

Soviet Literature Monthly 1952 Nos. 8 and 10
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Soviet Literature Monthly 1952 Nos. 8 and 10

By I. Anisimov, editor-in-chief

Two issues form 1952: No. 8. has a long extract - nearly 140 pages - from Gorbatov's "Donbas". Other articles cover surveys of current literature in other Communist countries (i.e. Stalin Prize winners in Hungary), etc. 204pp. No. 10 has a long extract from "Rivers Aflame" by Wanda Wasilewska. Also writings from Fedunov, Uspensky, Sokolov, etc. 186pp.

$15.00

Soviet Literature Monthly 1951 No. 11
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Soviet Literature Monthly 1951 No. 11

By I. Anisimov, editor-in-chief

1951 No. 11. Longest work is "Honor" by G. Bashirov; Other writings by Sokolova, Malyshko, etc. 192pp.

$10.00

Soviet Literature Monthly 1950 No. 7
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Soviet Literature Monthly 1950 No. 7

By I. Anisimov, editor-in-chief

Issue No. 7 from 1950. Voloshin's "Kuznetsk Land" in 150pp. Ilya Ehrenburg "Open Letter to Writers in the West", etc. 208pp.

$10.00

Soviet Literature Monthly 1948 Nos 9, 11 and 12.
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Soviet Literature Monthly 1948 Nos 9, 11 and 12.

By I. Anisimov, editor-in-chief

Three issues from 1948 : numbers 9, 11 and 12. No. 9. Cover detached. Incudes Gulia's "Springtime in Saken", prose from Mogilevsky - "Turbine", an article on Mayakovsky, etc. 158pp. No. 11. Long prose is "The Decisive Step" by Berdi Kerbabayev. Other articles are primarily on socialist realism, Howard Fast, etc. 200pp. No. 12. S. Babayevsky's "Cavalier of the Gold Star", an 120 page extract from the author's first long work, about a hero returning from the war. Other articles are by Ehrenburg, Pisarzhevsky "The Greatest Victory of Soviet Biologists" etc. 178pp.

$25.00

Soviet Literature Monthly 1946 No. 7
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Soviet Literature Monthly 1946 No. 7

By Karaganov, Alexander, editor-in-chief

Includes Boris Chirskov The Victors. a war-drama, Nokolai Tikhonov's Calvacade, a story, and various articles on books and writers, 84pp.

$10.00

Russian Literature Triquarterly (RLT) Number 4, Fall 1972
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Russian Literature Triquarterly (RLT) Number 4, Fall 1972

By Proffer, Carl and Ellendea [editors]

Russian Literature Triquarterly, aka RLT. Issue number 4, Fall 1972. 472pp plus adverts. Wrappers. Special topic: Symbolism.

$20.00

Russian Literature Triquarterly (RLT) Number 10, Fall 1974
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Russian Literature Triquarterly (RLT) Number 10, Fall 1974

By Proffer, Carl and Ellendea [editors]

Russian Literature Triquarterly, aka RLT. Issue Number 10, Fall 1974. 450pp plus adverts. Special topic: The Golden Age.

$20.00

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