Great Russian Short Stories of the Twentieth Century: A Dual-Language Book (Dover Dual Language Russian) Paperback – 29 Apr 2013
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This dual-language anthology features more than a dozen, 20th-century tales translated into English for the first time. Contents include "The Fugitive" by Vladimir A. Gilyarovsky, "The Present" by Leonid Andreev, "Trataton" by D. Mamin-Sibiryak, and "The Life Granted" by Alexander Grin, plus stories by Vasily Grossman, Alexander Kuprin, Arkady Gaidar, and others.
About the Author
St. Petersburg nativeYelena Francis is a Professor of Russian Studies who has taught at the Russian-American School and Washington University in St. Louis."
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I am not linguistically qualified to comment on the quality of the translation, but, as translation is often arguable, this layout allows the reader to directly compare (and annotate?)!
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This book I recommend to young & older students of Russian Culture and History, Russian Language, and those who simply like excellent literature.