Masterpieces of the Russian drama, selected and edited with an introduction by George Rapall Noyes.


New York, London, D. Appleton and company, 1933.

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Description xi, 902 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date 1933.
Notes "The translation...in the majority of cases has been done especially for this volume by Professor Noyes and his associates."
"Reading list": pages 893-902.
Contents The young hopeful, by D. I. Fonvizinches--Wit works woe, by A. S. Griboyedov.--The inspector, by N. V. Gogol.--A month in the country, by I. S. Turgenev.--The poor bride, by A. N. Ostrovsky.--A bitter fate, by A. F. Pisemsky.--The death of Ivan the Terrible, by A. K. Tolstoy.--The power of darkness, by L. N. Tolstoy.--Down and out, by Maxim Gorky.--The cherry orchard, by A. P. Chekhov.--Professor Storitsyn, by L. N. Andreyev.--Mystery-bouffe, by V. V. Mayakovsky.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00691591
(OCoLC)691591
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WorldCat Identities Noyes, George Rapall, 1873-1952.
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