Book Description

In this imaginative folk fable, very much in traditional Russian style, Alexander Pushkin gave full rein to his creative literary powers. He dedicated it to the composer, Rimsky-Korsakov of whom he was a great admirer.
Author Alexander Pushkin (Translated from the Russian by Louis Zellikoff)
Date Not stated - Reprint of 1904 Edition
Binding Decorated card covers with a double staple along the spine
Publisher Progress Publishers, Moscow
Illustrator Colour drawings & marginal designs throughout the book by I. Bilibin
Condition G/VG (A couple of very small abrasive marks on the back cover)
Pages 20

Price: £15.00

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