London ; Edinburgh ; Glasgow ; New York ; Toronto ; Melbourne ; Bombay : Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, ; 370 pages, 368 with full-text search [?]
Canadiana Online is funded by its users through subscriptions. Become a subscriber today to access all of the site's content and features.
There was an error retrieving this page.
Nekrasov, Nikolai Alekseevich, 1821-1877 [Komu na Rusi zhit' khorosho. English]
Soskice, Juliet M. Hueffer
|Title||Who can be happy and free in Russia? / by Nicholas Nekrassov ; translated by Juliet M. Soskice ; with an introduction by Dr. David Soskice|
|Published||London ; Edinburgh ; Glasgow ; New York ; Toronto ; Melbourne ; Bombay : Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, |
|Document source||McMaster University, Mills Memorial Library, Hamilton, Ont|
xxi, 339, 8 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates : portrait ; 16 cm.Poem.
"'Who can be Happy and Free in Russia?' was first published in Russia in 1879. In 'The World's Classics' this translation was first published in 1917."--t.p. verso.
Original issued in series: The World's classics ; 213.
Includes list of titles in the series.
Includes a brief sketch of the author's life in the introduction.