RAISA BLOKH; MIKHAIL GORLIN (entirely in Russian)

Blokh, Raisa and Mikhail Gorlin

Publication Date: 1959
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Paris 1959 1st edition. Dom Knigi. 12mo wraps. Text entirely in Russian. First 62 pages are poems by Blokh, (1899-1943) written in the 1920s and 30s. Remaining pages are poems by her husband Mikhail Gorlin (1909-1943.) Then follows a two-page editorial comment on the two Russian emigre poets and a photo illustration of what appears to have been the last letter Raisa wrote before the couple was captured by the Germans. They died in a German concentration camp in 1943. There are 3 fullpage illustrations, one a drawing by N. Brodsky showing a sort of time-lapse picture of Blokh's face shown in three overlapping pictures as she turns her head to look at the viewer; the second is a portrait of the very handsome Mikhail Gorlin; third is the aforementioned letter. Good plus, no ownership marks; light cover soiling and toning; clean text; binding secure. Very Scarce. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: RAISA BLOKH; MIKHAIL GORLIN (entirely in ...
Publication Date: 1959
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Book Description 1959. Book Condition: Good. Paris 1959 1st edition. Dom Knigi. 12mo wraps. Text entirely in Russian. First 62 pages are poems by Blokh, (1899-1943) written in the 1920s and 30s. Remaining pages are poems by her husband Mikhail Gorlin (1909-1943.) Then follows a two-page editorial comment on the two Russian emigre poets and a photo illustration of what appears to have been the last letter Raisa wrote before the couple was captured by the Germans. They died in a German concentration camp in 1943. There are 3 fullpage illustrations, one a drawing by N. Brodsky showing a sort of time-lapse picture of Blokh's face shown in three overlapping pictures as she turns her head to look at the viewer; the second is a portrait of the very handsome Mikhail Gorlin; third is the aforementioned letter. Good , no ownership marks; light cover soiling and toning; light foxing on final ten pages; binding secure. Very Scarce. Bookseller Inventory # a93718

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