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Merezhkovsky, Dmitry Sergeyevich, 1865-1941

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Persky, Serge, 1870-1938, translator; Prozor, M. (Mavrikii Eduardovich), 1848-1928, author of introduction, etc., translator

Title Tolstoï et Dostoïevski : la personne et l’œuvre

Paris : Perrin & Cie.

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Boston Public Library (Research Library) copy in slip case


Internet Archive identifier: tolstoetdostoews00mere

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