Aksakov : Chronicles of a Russian Family.
Sergey Timofeyevich Aksakov. Translated by M. C. Beverley. Introduction by Prince Mirsky.

London: George Routledge & Sons LTD, No date. First edition Octavo. Light wear and rubbing to edges of boards with bumping to head and heel of spine and upper corners of covers with some scuffing as well. Page edges are browned and uncut along fore-edges of last few pages. Rear free endpaper is torn along fore-edge as is page x of introduction. 398 pages with footnotes. An account of the author's youth. Aksakov (d. 1859) was a noted Russian literary figure and friend of Gogol. Good without dust jacket Hardcover (Item ID: 9072)


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