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Cambridge:Cambridge University Press. 1971. 237pp. 1st edition. Hardcover with dust jacket. A very good copy with a very good, slightly edge-worn dust jacket. *A study of the literary relationship etween two great Russian authors. When Chekhov began to write, Tolstoy was the acknowledged master. Each admired the other's work and part of Mr. Speirs' argument is that Tolstoy's example helped Chekhov to see what he wanted to do and how to do it.
Boston, MA:The Mutual Book Company. (1902). 173pp. Illustrated. 1st edition. Hardcover. Red decorated boards, lightly shelfworn and soiled, rubbed at edges. Internally, old penciled signature erased on the first free end page, with no other marks or signatures. Foxing to first few pages as well as opposite any plates. The binding is tight, front hinge cracked, first signature coming loose, and the rear hinge still intact. Overall a near very good copy.
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