The collected stories / Alexander Pushkin ; translated from the the Russian by Paul Debreczeny ; with an introduction by John Bayley ; verse passages translated by Walter Arndt.
Contributor(s): Debreczeny, Paul | Bayley, John | Arndt, Walter.Series: Everyman's library: Publisher: London : David Campbell, 1999Edition: Revised expanded edition.Description: lv, 548 p. : ill., maps ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9781857152517.Subject(s): Russian literature -- Translations into English -- 19th centuryDDC classification: 891.73 Summary: "This expanded edition of Pushkin''s prose fiction contains all his mature work with short pieces and The History of Pugachev. Pushkin''s prose tales are the foundation stones of Russian literature and his story-telling ability is clearly presented' - Copac
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""A selection of Pushkin stories first included in Everyman's Library, 1933. This translation of the complete stories first published by Stanford University Press, 1983. Selected stories in this translation first published in Everyman's Library, 1992, under the title "The Captain's Daughter and Other Stories". Revised and expanded edition 1999. (C) 1983 by the Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University ... Reprinted and published by arrangement with Stanford University Press. Introduction, bibliography and chronology (c) David Campbell Publishers Ltd., 1992, 1999." - t. p. verso."
"This expanded edition of Pushkin''s prose fiction contains all his mature work with short pieces and The History of Pugachev. Pushkin''s prose tales are the foundation stones of Russian literature and his story-telling ability is clearly presented' - Copac