About this item
This is Volume IV of the New Series of Oxford Slavonic Papers. The New Series was devoted to the publication of articles and documents relating to the languages, literatures, culture and history of Russian and other Slavonic countries.
This volume carries articles discussing Anglo-Russian relations, including an article on English literature (and British freemasons) in eighteenth-century Russia, and an account of Mackenzie Wallace's activities as an observer of the revolutionary events of 1905-7.
A few small closed tears to the top of the dustjacket and a little staining to top page edges, but overall in good condition. Blue cloth board cover, which shows minor shelfware. Slight bumping to spine. Pages within are crisp and great condition. Overall this book is in very good condition.
- Added value:
- 1st edition
- Auty, Robert, Fennell, J.L.I (ed)
- Used: very good
- Number of pages:
- Clarendon Press 1971
- Oxford Slavonic Papers
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