Chai-Khane.

Moscow, Moscow Guild of Poets, 1927.

Sm. 8vo, pp. 47; in the original printed wrappers, a few stains.

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First edition of a collection which highlights the poet’s interest in the Caucasus and other (non-Russian) parts of the Soviet Union, often employing foreign words in the poems. A short vocabulary is appended. Chachikov produced a number of volumes of verse, including translations from Georgian.

Tarasenkov p. 397; not in Kilgour.

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