Book of Love

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Sentimental, romantic, lyrical and touching stories from the work of three great Russian writers: the Nobelist - Ivan Bunin, Anton Chekhov and Alexander Kuprin. These are stories and novels with a mandatory place in our lives that remind us of the existence of love, sorrow, compassion, and spiritual beauty in everyone of us.

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Ivan Bunin, Anton Chekhov, Aleksandr Kuprin

Ivan Alekseyevich Bunin (1870–1953) was the first Russian writer awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. He was noted for the strict artistry with which he carried on the classical Russian traditions ... Read more

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Tags: Short Stories,Classics,Women's Fiction,Gift Books

Year 04-02-2019
Translator Selection and translation from Russian: Ogniana Ivanova
Pages 224
Size 120/165 мм
Weight 0.33 kg
Collection Колекция "Малките големи книги"
Cover Type Hardcover
Genre Short Stories, Classics, Women's Fiction, Gift Books

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