Fifty Years of Russian Prose: From Pasternak to Solzhenitsyn. [2 Vols.]
Pomorska, Krystyna, ed.
Complete two-volume set of this anthology, featuring a "highly personal and qualitative selection from both the "golden period" of Russian prose immediately following the 1917 revolution and the period from Stalin's death to the present." Translated by various hands, with "about half" of the included stories being original translations. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 1971. 2 vols. Octavo, 9 1/4 x 6 1/4. Vol. 1: xvi, 278pp. Vol. 2: 354pp. Maroon cloth and blue cloth, respectively; in dust jackets. Both volumes with former owner's name neatly inked on ffep, light thumb-soiling to textblock fore-edge. Else fine in very good (+), unclipped jackets showing some shallow chipping at head of spine panels.