Aleksandr Blok. Sinkhronisticheskie tablitsy zhizni i tvorchestva 1880–1921. Bibliografia 1903–1923 [Synchronistic tables of his life and works 1880–1921. Bibliography 1903–1923].

Moscow, “Novaia Moskva”, 1923.

Small 8vo, pp. 68, light browning; in the original printed wrappers, discoloured, spine defective.

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Aleksandr Blok. Sinkhronisticheskie tablitsy zhizni i tvorchestva 1880–1921. Bibliografia 1903–1923 [Synchronistic tables of his life and works 1880–1921. Bibliography 1903–1923].

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First edition: a chronology of Blok’s life and a bibliography of his works, together with a list of secondary literature.

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