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Hapgood, Isabel Florence
Isabel Florence Hapgood, Francis James C
writer of accompanying material
Amicis, Edmondo de (1846-1908)
Bunin, Ivan Alekseevich (1870-1953)
Gogol', Nikolaj Vasil'evič (1809-1852))
Gogolʹ, Nikolaĭ Vasilʹevich (1809-1852)
Hugo, Victor (1802-1885)
Lindau, Paul (1839-1919)
Mackail, John William (1859-1945)
Orthodox Eastern Church
Roux, Joseph (abbé, 1834-)
Sarcey, Francisque (1827-1899)
Story, William Wetmore (1819-1895)
Tolstoy, Leo (graf, 1828-1910.)
Turgenev, Ivan Sergeevich (1818-1883)
University of Virginia. Library. Electronic Text Center
brigadier, and other stories. On the eve., The
cathedral folk, The
Childhood, boyhood, youth.
Count Tolstoi and the public censor
Cuore, an Italian schoolboy's journal, a book for boys
diary of a superfluous man, and other stories., The
epic songs of Russia, The
evolution of France under the third republic, The
Gospel in brief, The
Great streets of the world, The
Heart; a school-boy's journal
How Count L. M. Tolstoy lives and works
little russian and st. petersburg tales
man who laughs, The
Meditations; a calendar of thoughts from the Abbé Joseph Roux
Meditations of a parish priest. Thoughts.
Notre Dame de Paris
novels and stories of Iván Turgénieff., The
O zhizni. English.
Orlóff and his wife; tales of the barefoot brigade
reckless character, and other stories., A
Recollections and letters of Ernest Renan;
Service book of the Holy Orthodox-Catholic apostolic (Greco-Russian) church;
Soedinenie, perevod i issledovanie chetyrekh Evangeliĭ.
Sónya Kovalévsky; her recollections of childhood
St. John's eve, and other stories, from "Evenings at the farm" and "St. Patersburg stories"
Stories from Cuore : a book for boys.
survey of Russian literature, with selections, A
Tak chto zhe nam delatʹ? English.
Taras Bulba, a tale of the Cossacks;
Tchitchikoff's journeys; or, Dead souls.
toilers of the sea., The
Travailleurs de la mer.
village. Authorized translation from the Russian of Ivan Bunin, The
What to do?
works of Ivan Turgénieff, The