Publisher: Petropolis, Petrograd
Publication Date: 1921
Book Condition: Very Good
Publisher's illustrated wrappers; 16mo; pp. 58. Covers wrinkled and lightly chipped along yapp edges; stamp and ink notation on inside rear cover. Nice condition, a pretty little volume. Akhmatova's first book of poetry to appear after the Revolution, most of the poems concerning the theme of Russia itself, many specifically treating the theme of the emigre and the spiritual betrayal the emigration of many of her friends evokes in the poet as well as her own spiritual inability to consider emigration; yet other ponder the changes the Revolution has wrought in Russia. Bookseller Inventory # D6006
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