[FIRST RUSSIAN BIOGRAPHY OF BEECHER STOWE] Uchitel vzroslykh i drug detei: Bicher-Stou. Biografichesky ocherk [i.e. A Teacher of Adults and A Friend of Children: Beecher Stowe. Biographical Essay]
Moscow: Yunaya Rossiya, 1914. Item #101
126,  pp.: port. 19,5x15 cm. Later owner's binding. Cut edges, narrow piece of paper glued between pp. 4-5. Otherwise a very good clean copy.
Uncle Tom's Cabin was very popular in Russia. It was first published in 1857 in Russia in periodical. Soon after that in 1858 the novel was printed in famous Russian literary magazine Sovremennik when it was run by Nekrasov and Chernyshevsky. Then its appearance fell onto the eve of serfdom's abolishment.
Author tells an interesting story about Beecher Stowe, her famous book and its fate, about slavery in America etc.
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