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Russkii︠a︡ pi︠e︡sni : manuscript, undated.

Author: Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin; A A Delʹvig, baron; E A Baratynskiĭ; Ivanʺ Ivanovichʺ Dmitrīevʺ
Edition/Format:   Manuscript : Poetry   Archival Material : Russian
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Collection of Russian and Ukrainian poetry, folk songs, fables, arias from Russian operas, and anonymous satirical poems, from late 1790s to late 1830s; in two parts bound together. Poems include works by A. Pushkin, E. Baratynskiĭ, and A. Delʻvig (Part 1), and I. Dmitriev, as well as anonymous banned satirical poem "Soldatskai︠a︡ zhizn" (Part 2).
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Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin; A A Delʹvig, baron; E A Baratynskiĭ; Ivanʺ Ivanovichʺ Dmitrīevʺ
OCLC Number: 612811049
Notes: Bound in quarterleather and green and black marbled paper on paper boards.
Written in ink on paper in two different hands. Includes alphabetical index of Part 1 on first three leaves. Many pages are stained, ink on many pages in has faded.
Title from title on spine.
Description: 1 v. (ca. 200 leaves) ; 23 cm.
Other Titles: Soldatskai︠a︡ zhizn.

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Collection of Russian and Ukrainian poetry, folk songs, fables, arias from Russian operas, and anonymous satirical poems, from late 1790s to late 1830s; in two parts bound together. Poems include works by A. Pushkin, E. Baratynskiĭ, and A. Delʻvig (Part 1), and I. Dmitriev, as well as anonymous banned satirical poem "Soldatskai︠a︡ zhizn" (Part 2).

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