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Russian Literature: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) [Paperback]

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In 1925, the Anglo-Russian literary critic D. S. Mirsky began Modern Russian Literature, a pioneering 'very short' introduction published by Oxford University Press, by referring to Pushkin. Read the first page
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