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Maxim Gorky and the literary quests of the twentieth century by A. I. Ovcharenko

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Published by Raduga Publishers in Moscow .
Written in English


  • Gor"kiĭ, Maksim, -- 1868-1936.

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Translation of: M.Gor"kii i literaturnye iskaniya XX stoletiya, 1978.

StatementAlexanderOvcharenko ; translated from the Russian by Joy Jennings.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21898387M
ISBN 105050000653

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