CHUKOVSKAYA, Lydia. Akhmatova. Lidiia Chukovskaia

Title Zapiski ob Anne Akhmatovoi. V trekh tomakh. [Three volume set on Akhmatova complete]. 1938-1941, 1952-1962, 1963-1966
Publisher Moscow Moskva Soglasie
Date 1997
Book ID 34046
First Edition  

Description

Complete three volume set. Very nice crisp and bright in original dust-wrappers. Appear unused. Clean and tight. Attractively produced with photos on covers of Akhmatova, and of Chukovskaya at different stages of their lives.Heavy set, may attract extra charge for postage. Used; Like New Lydia Chukovskaya 1907 – 1996 was a Russian writer and poet. Her deeply personal writings reflect the human cost of Soviet totalitarianism, and she devoted much of her career to defending dissidents such as Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and Andrei Sakharov. She was herself the daughter of the celebrated children's writer Korney Chukovsky, wife of the scientist Matvei Bronstein, and close associate and chronicler of the poet Anna Akhmatova. See Holmgren (1993)
Price: £100.00

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