2 edition of Literary and theatrical reminiscences found in the catalog.
Literary and theatrical reminiscences
|Statement||tr. and ed. by S.S. Koteliansky.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 248 p. :|
|Number of Pages||248|
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These Reminiscences were written and published by the Author in his fiftieth year, shortly before he started on a trip to Europe and America for his failing health in It was in the course of this trip that he wrote for the first time in the English language for publication. CHEKHOV, Anton (Pavlovich)Nationality: Russian. Born: Taganrog, 17 January Literary and Theatrical Reminiscences, edited by S. S. Kotelianskii. Story, In a sketch by Washington Irving (–) titled "The Mutability of Literature" (from the – Sketch Book . Buy a cheap copy of Reminiscences book by Douglas MacArthur. Written in his own hand and finished only weeks before his death, Gen. Douglas MacArthur's memoir spans more than half a century of modern history. His vantage Free shipping over $/5(5).
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