Podorozhnik

Akhmatova, Anna

Published by Petropolis, 1921
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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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Title: Podorozhnik
Publisher: Petropolis
Publication Date: 1921
Binding: Paperback
Book Condition: Very Good

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AKHMATOVA, Anna (Mstislav Dobuzhinsky)
Published by Petropolis, Petrograd Petersburg (1921)
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Book Description Petropolis, Petrograd Petersburg, 1921. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good-. Illustrated by Mstislav Dobuzhinsky Dobuzhinskii (illustrator). First Edition. A very attractive publication. A good copy. Clean and tight. 9x12cm, original rather fragile printed decorated covers in yellow and black, Yapp edges. Owner's initials and date 1921 neatly to f.e.p. Upper cover detached but intact and present; edges a little chipped in places, internally excellent. Cover design, frontis. and publisher's mark by the artist Mstislav Dobuzhinsky. One of 1000 printed. ; First printing of this collection of 38 poems written between 1917 and 1919. Hellyer 610 ; 61pp pages. Bookseller Inventory # 36051

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AKHMATOVA, Anna Andreevna.
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Book Description Petrograd, "Petropolis", 1921. 12mo, pp. 61, with frontispiece; a very good copy in the original illustrated wrappers, frontispiece and wrappers designed by Mstislav Dobuzhinskii; book-ticket of O. Bisonta with a profile portrait of Akhmatova; booksellers' stamps to inside of back cover.First edition: a collection of 38 poems written between 1917 and 1919, and later included in the larger collection Anno Domini MCMXXI published in early 1922. These were Akhmatova's first poems about the civil war.Hellyer 610; Kilgour 7; MoMA 334; Tarasenkov p. 24. Bookseller Inventory # F950.8

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RUSSIAN POETRY: WOMEN]. [AKHMATOVA, Anna]. AKHMATOVA, Anna. AXMATOBA, Ahha.
Published by Petropolis,, [Petrograd]: (1921)
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Book Description Petropolis,, [Petrograd]:, 1921. First edition. [RUSSIAN POETRY: WOMEN]. [AKHMATOVA, Anna]. PODOROZHNIK [Title in Russian]. [PLANTAIN]. [Poems] by Ahha Axmatoba [Anna Andreyevna Akhmatova]. [text entirely in Russian Cyrillic script; Kilgour 7]. 32mo, rebound (with original wrappers) in early decorated paper-covered boards, linen spine, paper cover label (with author and title in contemporary neat ink holograph), marbled endpapers; original pictorial wrappers bound-in (designed by Mstislav Dobuzhinskii), 61 pages, illustrated (with a frontispiece by Dobuzhinskii). Anna Akhmatova (1889-1966) is the literary pseudonym of Russian poet, Anna Andreyvna Gorenko [she took Akhmatova from her Tatar grandmother]. She was born in 1889, near Odessa, Ukraine, began writing poetry at the age of 11, and published her first book of poems, 'Evening,' in 1912, to popular and critical success. Beginning in the early 1920s, publication of her work, with a few exceptions, was banned by the Soviet regime. She died in 1966, in Domodedovo. "Podorozhnik[Plantain]" is a collection of 38 poems, written between 1917 and 1919. Original pictorial wrappers have early soiling, front wrapper has nick at tip of one corner, small chip at lower fore-corner (with early archival mend, with matching paper), else a very good copy, with the text fresh and clean; rebound in contemporary decorative paper-covered boards, with linen spine (binding is fresh and bright). Bookseller Inventory # 62638

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