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Teatro (El Convidado de piedra. Festin durante la Peste). Traducción de O. Savich y Manuel Altolaguirre.

Barcelona, Editado por la Asociación de Relaciones con la U.R.S.S. en el primer centenario del poeta, 1938.

8vo, pp. 58, paper browned at edges; uncut and unopened in the original printed wrappers.

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First edition: Altolaguirre’s translation of two of Pushkin’s Little Tragedies, ‘The Stone Guest’ and ‘A Feast During the Plague’ produced for the Russian poet’s centenary; apparently printed on Altolaguirre’s own press.

OCLC records 4 copies, at Biblioteca Universitat de Barcelona, Indiana, Michigan and Columbia; not in the British Library catalogue.

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