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Evenings Near the Village of Dikanka: Stories Published By Bee-Keeper Rudi Panko

by Gogol, Nikolai

Condition: Fine/Very Good


Moscow: Foreign Language Publishing House An undated bilingual English-Russian edition, probably from the 1950s. Book is fine and unmarked. Jacket is mildly rubbed at edges, else better than very good, clean and bright. . First Thus. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. Illus. by A. Kanevsky . Octavo.

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