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Nové Rusko: ?asopis Spole?nosti pro hospodarské a kulturní sblí?ení s Novým Ruskem. Novaia Rossiia: Zhurnal Obshchestva kul'turno-ekonomicheskogo sblizheniia s Novoi Rossiei [New Russia: Journal of the Society for Cultural and Economic Relations with the New Russia]. Complete run of nine issues for 1925 (nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5-6, 7-8, 9, 10-11, 12)
Adolf Novotný, Prague 1925 - Quartos (31 × 23.5 cm). Staple-stitched printed wrappers; 336 pp. (ca. 30-40 pp. per issue; serial pagination). With occasional photographic illustrations. Most issues very good, with faint vertical crease; some partially uncut; fragile wrappers of volume 1 chipped. A complete first yearly run of this fascinating journal, dedicated to closer economical and cultural ties between the Czechoslovak Republic and the "New Russia," i.e. the Soviet Union. Contains contributions by a range of left-leaning Czech writers and journalists on topics ranging from the Soviet economy, geology, law, family life and literature, paying testimony to the immense interest in and sympathy for Soviet culture in 1920s Czechoslovakia. Each issue contains ca. five to ten pages of Russian-language contributions, mostly on Russian-Czech political and literary relations past and present. With the Czech translation of Mayakovsky's "autobiography" in no. 2, his "May 1" in no. 3, and an obituary for Sergei Esenin in no. 12. Articles by Anatolii Lunacharskii, Lev Trotskii, Lev Kamenev, Jiri Weil, Bohumil Mathesius, Jan Hrdina, among many others. Articles with photographs about the exhibition of Soviet books in Prague and the book publishing industry in the Soviet Union, and shorter notices about cultural events, openings, exhibitions and fairs. The journal was edited by Emil Lustig and Czech historian and literary critic Zdenek Nejedlý, who served as minister of culture under Klement Gottwald's Stalinist regime (1948-1953). Scarce in the trade. KVK and OCLC show copies at Leeds, Melbourne, Michigan, and Penn State, in varying states of completion. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
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