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KUZMIN, Mikhail Alekseevich

Published by University Microfilms

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About this Item: University Microfilms. Paperback. Condition: Good. This is an authorized facsimile of the original book, which was published in 1923. Text is in Russian. VG minus. From the resurrected inventory of a long-closed Russian bookstore in NYC; 9 oz. Seller Inventory # 31478

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Kuzmin, Mikhail (Alekseevich).

Published by Weimar, G. Kiepenheuer. (1918)

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About this Item: Weimar, G. Kiepenheuer., 1918. 8°. 273, (1) S. Farbig illustr. OPbd. Seltene erste deutsche Ausgabe der Novellen des russ. Schriftstellers und Komponisten Michail Alexejewitsch Kusmin (1872-1936). - Enthält die Erzählungen: Die grüne Nachtigall, Die platonische Charlotte, Morgen gibt's schönes Wetter, Zwecklose Erfolge, Der Rivale, Ein Ehebruch, Die Kugel im Beet, Der Überfall auf Barssukowka, Die Muster des guten Tommaso, Eine Panne und Ein Meister in seinem Fach. - Sehr gutes Exemplar. Sprache: Deutschutsch. Seller Inventory # 93054AB

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Kuzmin, Mikhail Alekseevich; Voinov, Vsevolod

Published by Gosudarstvennoe izdatel'stvo, Moscow (1922)

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About this Item: Gosudarstvennoe izdatel'stvo, Moscow, 1922. Paperback. Condition: Good+. Original wraps; pp. 132, illustrated throughout. Covers foxed, creased along the edges, detached from text block; chip at bottom corner of front cover, up to page 29 (nowhere infringing into text or images). Russian Graphics Series, edited by S. Abramoff. Seller Inventory # R5539

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Kuzmin, Mikhail Alekseevich; Voinov, Vsevolod

Published by Gosudarstvennoe izdatel'stvo, Moscow (1922)

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About this Item: Gosudarstvennoe izdatel'stvo, Moscow, 1922. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Russian graphics series, edited by S. Abramoff. Original wraps; 4to; pp. 132, illustrated in b/w throughout. Some light creasing and a few small closed tears along yapp edges; first gathering detached, laid-in. Seller Inventory # R5226

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KUZMIN, Mikhail Alekseevich.

Published by St Petersburg, "Prometei" (1921)

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About this Item: St Petersburg, "Prometei", 1921. 8vo, pp. 74 + 4 pp. advertisements; a good copy in the original printed wrappers, dust-soiled, spine worn and chipped at head and tail; with a contemporary ms. gift inscription in ink to fly-leaf, quoting from the first poem of the second cycle in the collection, 'Liubov' [Love].First separate edition of Kuzmin's Alexandrian Songs, originally published as part of his first collection, Nets, in 1908. 'Kuzmin's fame as a poet rests largely with his cycle "Alexandrian Songs" (19051908). These are love poems with different personas, male and female, mostly homoerotic, stylized to reflect the sensibility of Alexandria in the age of Hadrian. One subcycle tells of a Roman soldier enamored of a distant Antinous, whose beauty overwhelms him at first sight. The poems are in unrhymed free verse, one of the few real successes in the writing of Russian free verse. The moods of the Mediterranean metropolis, its sights, sounds, and smells, provide a rich background to ingenuous and mostly serene declarations, confessions, and exultant boasts of love. The whole spirit of "Alexandrian Songs" is a credit to Russian poetry's ability to project a sensibility so totally alien to Russian life' (Terras).Tarasenkov p. 198; not in Kilgour. Seller Inventory # F414

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KUZMIN, Mikhail Alekseevich.

Published by [Petrograd, "Neopalimaia kupina"] (1922)

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About this Item: [Petrograd, "Neopalimaia kupina"], 1922. Large 8vo, pp. 35, including frontispiece portrait of the author, and illustrations in the text by Aleksandr Bozherianov; a very good copy in the original dark green printed wrappers, spine worn, small piece missing from top edge of upper cover.First edition: copy no. 1 of a numbered edition of 500 copies. 'The three 'Groves' presented here offer a trio of musical pieces of the chamber style, united by poetic content. All the sections written in the form of poetry are intended for singing; the prose sections which provide a kind of framework for the musical pieces might well be spoken with musical accompaniment. They are to be read either by the listeners, or spoken one after the other by a particular person before the performance of each 'Grove'. The forces for the chamber orchestra should be as follows: for the "Shakespeare Grove", voice, piano, clarinet, French horn, and 'cello; for the "Hoffmann Grove", voice, piano, two violins, and oboe; for the "Apuleius Grove", voice, piano, viola, flute, and harp. There are two vocal performers: mezzo-soprano and tenor ' (Foreword).Getty 423; Kilgour 610; Tarasenkov p. 199. Seller Inventory # F596.5

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Kuzmin, Mikhail Alekseevich (1872-1936)

Published by Neopalimaia kupina, Petrograd (1922)

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About this Item: Neopalimaia kupina, Petrograd, 1922. Paperback. Condition: Good+. Original green wraps, printed in gold; large 8vo; pp. 35. Foreword by Kuzmin. Illustrations by Bozheryanov (including frontispiece silhouette of the author). Number 21 from a limited edition of 500 copies. The book is dedicated to Yuri Yurkun, an early lover of Kuzmin's. Inscribed: "To much esteemed Pyotr Alexandrovich Voronin in the memory of our cooperation. The Pulisheress. 7/9/22." Spine chipped; edges of covers scuffed; text block detached from wraps. First Edition, First Printing. Limited Edition. Seller Inventory # R5289

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Kuzmin, Mikhail Alekseevich (1872-1936)

Published by Semenov c. 1915, St. Petersburg (1915)

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About this Item: Semenov c. 1915, St. Petersburg, 1915. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good+. Volume 1 only of his "Sobranie sochinenii" [Collected Works], advertised as 6 volumes on verso of title-page. Later marbled boards, cloth backstrip, with the original front wrapper (illustrated by Bozherianov) bound in; pp. 224 (old orthography). Boards a bit scuffed along the edges; scattered foxing throughout. Of considerable interest in this copy: one or more lines expurgated and replaced with dots on pp. 14, 15, 16, 19, 21, 35, 36, 40, 41, 45, 46, 47, 57, 61, 103, 104,114, 128, 131, 132; then 162-163 (20 lines expuragated, but filled in by hand) 166 (11 lines replaced by hand), 203 (16 lines expurgated, replaced by hand), 205 (3 lines expurgated and replaced), 206 (8 expurgated and replaced). To sum up, some 185 lines censored in the printing, and the words replaced by dots, of which 58 lines are restored by holograph, an early hand. The replaced lines all appear in the "Alexandrian" section. Kuzmin was an important contributor to Russian poetry, prose, and theater, but was condemned for being openly gay. Seller Inventory # R5114

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KUZMIN, Mikhail Alekseevich.

Published by St Petersburg, "Ory" (1908)

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About this Item: St Petersburg, "Ory", 1908. 8vo, pp. 132 including 4 pp. music; a very good copy, uncut in the original blue printed wrappers (dated 1909).First edition of one of Kuzmin's earliest publications, a collection of three comedies on historical, pseudo-religious themes: 'O Evdokii iz Geliopolia' (On Eudoxia of Heliopolis), 'O Aleksee cheloveke Bozh'em' (On Alexis the man of God), and 'O Martiniane' (On Martinian). Seller Inventory # F837.1

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KUZMIN, Mikhail Alekseevich, translator. BOCCACCIO.

Published by St Petersburg, M. G. Kornfel'd (1913)

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About this Item: St Petersburg, M. G. Kornfel'd, 1913. Sm. 8vo, pp. [ii], 216; a good copy in modern cloth, original upper wrapper (green paper printed in gold) bound in and attached with tape to inner margin of title-page.Extremely rare first edition of Kuzmin's translation of Boccaccio's Fiammetta. 'The Fiammetta is the first prose romance in which the heroine is made the narrator, and in which the vicissitudes of sentiment are the matter of the story. Boccaccio is the inventor of one of the principal types of the modern novel' (W. P. Ker).No copy recorded in OCLC. Seller Inventory # F1556.7

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For Two].: KUZMIN, Mikhail Alekseevich

KUZMIN, Mikhail Alekseevich and Ekaterina TUROVA (illustrator)].

Published by Petrograd Segodnya (1919)

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About this Item: Petrograd Segodnya, 1919. Small octavo (20.5 x 15.3 cm), 4 pp., publisher's wrappers with hand-coloured linocut by Ekaterina Turova and printer's device designed by Vera Ermolaeva; back wrapper partially detached at spine but holding, light soiling and slightly tanned. Rare hand-coloured example of Kuzmin's only children's book, no 46 of 125 hand-coloured copies, out of a total edition of 1,000. Contains a device in water-colour by Turova not in the regular edition. Kuzmin was one of Russia's leading Symbolist poets and a pioneer in modern homoerotic literature. One of the two poems was dedicated to Lili Brik ("L. Iu. B." or "love"), Vladimir Mayakovsky's mistress. "Segodnya" (Today) was the world's first avant-garde children's book publisher, formed by a brief artist's collective of the same name who met in Vera Ermolaeva's apartment until she was appointed rector of the Art Academy in Vitebsk. MoMA 258; Borovkov p 151, Rozanov ?3130, Lesman ?1218, Rats ?65. Seller Inventory # 87841

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