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25 Let so Dnya Smerti. (1904-1929). [25 Years from the Death. 1904-1929].

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25 Let so Dnya Smerti. (1904-1929). [25 Years from the Death. 1904-1929].: Introduction by Y. Sobolev.

by A.P. Chekhov

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  • paperback
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in good condition, minor losses on spine, stain on top edge, stained to back cover.
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About This Item

Moskva-Leningrad, Gosudarstvennoe Izdatelʹstvo, 1929.
Limited to 5 000 copies.
Album with Chekhov's brief biography and reproductions of rare photographs. These photos published on basis of the Chekhov House-Museum and the Museum of the Moscow Art Theatre collections. One of the most interesting photo made in 1898. There is Chekhov, who was reading text of The Seagull for the artists and Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko, Konstan-tin Stanislavsky, Olga KnipperChekhova and Vsevolod Meyerhold. There are photos of the performances of The Seagull (1898), Uncle Vanya (1899), Three Sisters (1901) and The Cherry Orchard (1904) at Moscow Art Theater, including rare photo of Stanislavsky in the role of Ivanov (1904). Text by Chekhov's researcher professor Yuri Sobolev. Most likely the idea of publishing of this album belonged to him. Sobolev was chairman of the Society of Anton Chekhov and engaged in conducting of anniversary events dedicated to Chekhov. In the preface author linked Chekhov's death with the capture of Port Arthur in the RussianJapanese war. 'Along with Chekhov old Russia died'.

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Bookseller
Biblionne RU (RU)
Bookseller Inventory #
5745
Title
25 Let so Dnya Smerti. (1904-1929). [25 Years from the Death. 1904-1929].
Author
A.P. Chekhov
Format/binding
In original illustrated wrappers
Book condition
Used - in good condition, minor losses on spine, stain on top edge, stained to back cover.
Quantity available
1
Edition
[8] pp., 24 plates. Limited to 5 000 copies.
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Gosudarstvennoe Izdatelʹstvo
Place of Publication
Moskva - Leningrad
Date published
1929
Keywords
[Russian literature. Russian theatre]
Bookseller catalogs
Russian literature; Theatre; Russian theatre;
Size
8vo album

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