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Book Description
FIRST UK EDITION. 8vo. Blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Bruising to bottom extremities. Bands of offsetting to endpapers, else, clean and tight. In the original dust jacket: spine sunned, delicate at joints, chipped at extremities, closed tear to rear flap fold, a few faint stains to front panel; still, Davey’s cover art remains pleasingly bright.
Dealer Notes
Edited and translated by Walter Morison, with Mirra Ginsburg, Esther and Joseph Riwkin and Raymond Rosenthal and Waclaw Solski. Introduction by Lionel Trilling. “The text of this volume follows the 1934 Russian edition of Babel’s stories, which included Red Cavalry, Tales of Odessa, and all but the last five of the group called Stories. However, certain political references, chiefly to Trotsky, which were censored in the 1934 edition, have been restored in the present volume.” (Translator’s Note).
Author BABEL, Isaac
Date 1957
Publisher London: Methuen and Co Ltd
Condition Very good/ good+

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