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Nartsissov, Boris

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About this Item: 1969. Condition: VG. Washington 1969 first edition. Author. octavo wraps. 47p. Poetry in Russian. Nartsissov, 1906-1982, was a chemist born in Estonia who emigrated to the US. VG plus, very slight wear. Seller Inventory # a93726

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GORODETSKII, Sergei Mitrofanovich.

Published by St Petersburg, "Shipovnik" (1913)

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From: Bernard Quaritch Ltd ABA ILAB (London, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: St Petersburg, "Shipovnik", 1913. 4to, pp. 255; lightly browned, inscription on front endleaf (partially erased); in the original wrappers, torn and extensively repaired.First edition. Well received by the critics, this, the fifth collection from the co-founder of the Poets' Guild and Acmeist movement, includes poems about the life of religious wanderers, pilgrims and the world of monasteries, as well as several children's stories. Of his friend and collaborator, Gumilev wrote: 'Sergei Gorodetsky is a great joy to us all he has managed to do so much that one is dazzled' (1912).Tarasenkov p. 108. Not in Kilgour or the British Library catalogue; OCLC records two copies, at Princeton and Ohio, to which RLIN adds a copy at Harvard. Seller Inventory # F519

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Kreitan, G.V.

Published by Izd-vo ob-va «Zakkniga», Tiflis (1928)

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About this Item: Izd-vo ob-va «Zakkniga», Tiflis, 1928. 91 pp. 21x14 cm. In original illustrated wrappers. Near fine. Signed by the author on the title page (in poetic form). First and only edition. Scarce. One of 3000 copies. Photomontage design of the cover by Alexander Rodchenko (defined by reference). Georgy Vladimirovich Kreitan (1900-1951) published his first book of poems in 1926 while he was still serving in Red Army (1924-28). In Tbilisi he was one of the editors in 'Zarya Vostoka' newspaper. He organized poetry group for mostly high school students (others were conscripted) where poems were read and consultations given. Bulat Okudjava was one of comers to the group. Author's autograph on the title page in a form of the poem: «Pishu tak stikh, chto tru ego, / Pok ne izotru do dna, / Vam eta strofa, Tetrtsova, / Vam eta strofa odna?»; lower he added «Util'-stariyo» (i.e. 'Old Junk'). WorldCat locates one copy (Getty Research Institute). Seller Inventory # 119

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