3 edition of Five Russian plays, with one from the Ukrainian found in the catalog.
|Statement||translated from the originals with an introduction by C.E. Bechhofer.|
|Genre||Translations into Russian., Translations into English.|
|Contributions||Evreinov, N. N. 1879-1953., Fonvizin, Denis Ivanovich, 1745-1792., Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich, 1860-1904., Ukraïnka, Lesia, 1871-1913.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 173,  p. incl. col. front. (port.)|
|Number of Pages||173|
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Five Russian Plays: With One from the Ukrainian (Classic Reprint) Paperback – July 6, Author: Nikola. Nikolaevich Evreinov. OCLC Number: Notes: Printed in Great Britain. Five of the plays are reprinted from The New Age. "The translation of The Babylonian Captivity from the Ukrainian is due mainly to Miss Sophie Volska, of Kiev."--Page xvi.
Translations into Russian: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Roberts, C.E. Bechhofer (Carl Eric Bechhofer), Five Russian plays, with one from the Ukrainian. London, Kegan Paul, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C E Bechhofer Roberts.
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Find more information about. Five Russian Plays With One From The Ukrainian. Bechhofer, C.E. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Hardcover. Blue cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Lean to spine. Cloth faded and bubbling. Five Russian plays rubbed, corners bumped. Endpapers discolored. Dust jacket soiled and stained with chips and tears.
Good / good. Translator's introductionA merry death, a Harlequinade, by Nicholas EvréinovThe beautiful despot, the last act of a drama, by Nicholas EvréinovThe choice of a tutor, by Denis von VizinThe wedding, by Anton ChéhovThe jubilee, by Anton ChéhovThe Babylonian captivity, by.
Five Russian plays with one from the Ukrainian () by Anton Chekhov, Nikolai Evreinov, Denis Fonvizin, Lesya Ukrainka, translated by C. Bechhofer Roberts. A merry death, by N. Evreinov The beautiful despot, by N. Evreinov The choice of a tutor, by Vizin The wedding, by A. Chehov The jubilee, by A.
Chehov. Translator's introduction -- A merry death, a Harlequinade / Nicholas Evréinov -- The beautiful despot, the last act of a drama / Nicholas Evréinov -- The choice of a tutor / Denis von Vizin -- The wedding / Anton Chéhov -- The jubilee / Anton Chéhov -- The Babylonian captivity / Lésya Ukráinka [pseud.] rec.
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Five Russian plays: with one from the Ukrainian. [C E Bechhofer Roberts; N N Evreinov; D I Fonvizin; Anton Pavlovich Chekhov; Lesi︠a︡ Ukraïnka]. Keith Gave, always a terrific reporter, had a front row seat to the most fascinating and colorful chapter of Red Wings history – the Russian Five.
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The Babylonian Captivity, (play), from Five Russian Plays, With One From the Ukrainian, Dutton, NY, from ; In the Catacombs translated by David Turow.
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