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The Emigrant.
London: Constable and Company Ltd,, 1916. With an introduction by Stephen Graham. Translated by Vera Margolies. Octavo. Original green half cloth, spine lettered in gilt, green paper-backed sides, top edge green, others uncut. With the dust jacket. Spine ends slightly bumped, top edge faded, very light foxing to initial leaves, some pages unopened. A very good copy in the dust jacket, spine panel darkened and nicked at head, splits to folds of spine panel taped on the interior, interior marked. First edition in English. Written by the daughter of Fyodor Dostoevsky and originally published in Russia in 1913, The Emigrant portrays a Russian girl seeking fulfilment in the West due to her disillusionment with Russia's backwards traditions and culture. The introduction is by Stephen Graham, who published With Poor Immigrants to America in 1914. Rare in the dust jacket.
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