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waggon of life and other lyrics by Russian poets of the nineteenth century

Cecil Kisch

waggon of life and other lyrics by Russian poets of the nineteenth century

by Cecil Kisch

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Published by Cresset in London .
Written in English


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Statementtranslated into English verse by Sir Cecil Kisch.
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