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Stories And Legends by  Leo translation by Louise and Aylmer Maude Tolstoy - Hardcover - Circa 1949 - from Nastasi & Associates and

Stories And Legends

by Tolstoy, Leo translation by Louise and Aylmer Maude

Condition: Very Good

Pictorial boards with cloth binding at spine. Boards show roosters, horse and cart and sled on caramel background. No print date is given but believe it is circa 1949. 224 pages. Wonderful color and black and white illustrations by Alexander Alexeieff. A collection of eight Russian Folktales. Book is in very good condition with faint sunning of pages and inside front and back cover at spine. Minor chipping or flaking at edges of cover. 8 1/8 x 9 1/8. Weight 1 lb 2 oz


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