Title: Stikhotvoreniia [Verses]
Publisher: Nekrasov, Moscow
Publication Date: 1913
Book Condition: Very Good+
Original wraps; pp. 64. Covers a little worn and dust-soiled. A new edition of the author's poems appeared in Odessa from "Omfalos" in 1919; "Ot lukavago : kniga stikhov" was published in Moscow in 1922, and several posthumous editions have appeared in the Soviet Union. Here is Nataiia's first book -- she should not be confused with Anastasiia Romanovna Tarkhova Krandievskaia (born 1865). OCLC locates 3 copies. Natalia Vasilyevna Krandievskaya-Tolstaya was a lyric poetess, born into a literary family in Moscow. She began writing at age 7, and her first work was published at age 14. Her first collection of poetry ("Poems") was published in 1913, and a year later she married A. N. Tolstoy. She devoted the next 20 years of her life to him, and it wasn't until 1934 that she created "Decemberists," a libretto opera in verse. The couple separated in 1935, at which point she began "Diary of a Heart.". Bookseller Inventory # R5052
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