Skazki russkogo naroda. skazanniia Aleksiaem' Remizov'im'

REMIZOV, Aleksei
Textured paper cover. Decorative cover design in black, lettered red, by V. K. (Vladimir Konashevich). Lapped edges a little chipped, spine tail chipped. Old Blackwell's label to cover a little torn. Usual browning to paper, very clean and tight. ; Aleksei Remizov was a Russian modernist writer known for a fantastic and bizarre imagination. He had a vast vocabulary and Mirsky called him the most naturally Slavophile of Russian writers. His self-professed ambition was to catch "the bitterness and absurdity of folklore imagination". His traditional prose works set in the underworld of Russian cities gained him a great deal of publicity. Remizov was also known for his graphic design. He emigrated first to Berlin in 1921 and then settled Paris from
Book ID 33669
Pages 347 Edition First Edition
Date 1923 Cover Type Paperback
Condition Very Good
Publisher Berlin, Peterburg, Moskva G I Grzhebina
Price: £200.00
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