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BORODIN, Sergei

Title Dmitri Donskoi: Translated from the Russian by Eden and Cedar Paul.
Illustrator Jeakins
Publisher London Hutchinson International Authors
Date 1946
Book ID 37907

Description

First English edition. In original printed price-clipped dust-wrapper, 304 pp.. War Economy Standard paper. Owner name to title page. In good condition, internally appears unread and little opened. Dust-wrapper and cloth war quality and rather marked, d.w. damp marked and a little chipped. Hutchinson International Authors published ‘foreign’ authors from about 1940. Borodin’s historical novel had been awarded the Stalin Prize. The translators Eden (of the publishing Kegan-Paul family) and Cedar Paul were extraordinarily prolific translators in the interwar years, translating a range of socialist and psychotherapy works, as well as literature. Both were members of the Communist Party of Great Britain. “two almost forgotten theorists whose works were key texts for the socialist movement of the 1920s” Carey, 2019.
Price: £20.00

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