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Big Book of Best Short Stories - Specials - Russia - Volume 4 - cover

Big Book of Best Short Stories - Specials - Russia - Volume 4

Leonid Andreyev, Ivan Turgenev, Alexander Pushkin, Maxim Gorky, Daniil Kharms, August Nemo

Publisher: Tacet Books

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Summary

This book contains 25 short stories from 5 classic, prize-winning and noteworthy authors. The stories were carefully selected by the critic August Nemo, in a collection that will please the literature lovers.The theme of this edition is: Russia.
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This book contains:


- Leonid Andreyev:
- Lazarus
- On The Day of Crucifixion
- The Crushed Flower
- The Serpent's Story
- JUdas Iscariot
- The Little Angel
- A Story Wich Will Never Be Finished
- Daniil Kharms:
- Symphony no. 2
- On phenomena and existences - No. 1
- The thing
- Andrey Semyonovich
- An unexpected drinking bout
- The destiny of a professor's wife
- The memoirs of a wise old man
- Alexander Pushkin:
- The Queen of Spades
- The Shot
- The Snowstorm
- The Postmaster
- The Coffin-maker
- Kirdjali
- Peter, The Great's Negro
- Ivan Turgenev:
- A Desperate Character
- Knock, Knock, Knock
- A Strange Story
- The Dog
- The District Doctor
- The Inn
- Mumu
- Maxim Gorky:
- Her Lover
- One Autumn Night
- Twenty Six Men and a Girl
- The Dead Man
- Waiting for the Ferry
- The Billionaire
- The Birth of a Man

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