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PG Slavic (incl. Russian) Languages and Literature (Go to start of category)
PG3456 .W57 G3 [Info] The Witch and Other Stories, by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, trans. by Constance Garnett (Gutenberg text)
PG3458 .A4 [Info] Letters of Anton Chekhov to His Family and Friends, With Biographical Sketch, by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, trans. by Constance Garnett (Gutenberg text)
PG3458.Z8 P37 2008 [Info] The Chekhovian Intertext: Dialogue with a Classic (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c2008), by Lyudmila Parts (PDF at Ohio State)
PG3460 .C5 P4 1910 [Info] P'esy (in Russian; 1910), by E. N. Chirikov (multiple formats at archive.org)
PG3460 .G5 Z213 [Info] The Green Ring: A Play in Four Acts (London: C.W. Daniel, Ltd., 1920), by Z. N. Gippius, trans. by S. S. Koteliansky
PG3462 .B95 E5 1918 [Info] Creatures That Once Were Men, by Maksim Gorky, trans. by J. M. Shirazi, contrib. by G. K. Chesterton
PG3462 .T6 R3 [Info] Heartache; and The Old Woman Izergil (London: Maclaren and Co., ca. 1905), by Maksim Gorky, trans. by A. S. Rappoport (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PG3463 .D5 W6 1906 [Info] The Children of the Sun (as it appeared in Poet Lore, 1906), by Maksim Gorky, trans. by Archibald J. Wolfe
PG3463 .F6 B4 [Info] The Man Who Was Afraid (Foma Gordyeeff), by Maksim Gorky, trans. by Herman Bernstein (Gutenberg text)
PG3463 .M4 [Info] Mother (New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1911), by Maksim Gorky, illust. by Sigismond de Ivanowski (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PG3463 .N2 I7 [Info] The Lower Depths: A Play in Four Acts (London: T. Fisher Unwin, ca. 1912), by Maksim Gorky, trans. by Laurence Irving (multiple formats at archive.org)
PG3463 .P6 H6 [Info] Through Russia, by Maksim Gorky, trans. by C. J. Hogarth (Gutenberg text)
PG3465 .A32 1915 [Info] My Childhood (New York: The Century Co., 1915), by Maksim Gorky (multiple formats at archive.org)
PG3465 .A33 F6 [Info] In the World (New York: The Century Co., 1917), by Maksim Gorky, trans. by Gertrude M. Foakes (multiple formats at archive.org)
PG3467 .K8 I313 [Info] Yama (The Pit): A Novel in Three Parts, by A. I. Kuprin, trans. by Bernard Guilbert Guerney (Gutenberg text)
PG3467 .K8 P613 [Info] The Duel (New York: Macmillan, 1916), by A. I. Kuprin (multiple formats at archive.org)
PG3467 .M4 K413 [Info] The Romance of Leonardo da Vinci, by Dmitry Sergeyevich Merezhkovsky, trans. by Herbert Trench (multiple formats at archive.org)
PG3470 .S5 A16 [Info] All Things Are Possible, by Lev Shestov, trans. by S. S. Koteliansky, contrib. by D. H. Lawrence (HTML at phonoarchive.org)
PG3470 .S5 A16 [Info] Penultimate Words, and Other Essays, by Lev Shestov (HTML at phonoarchive.org)
PG3470 .T4 [Info] The Created Legend, by Fyodor Sologub, trans. by John Cournos (Gutenberg text)
PG3470 .T4 A3 1915 [Info] The Sweet-Scented Name, and Other Fairy Tales, Fables and Stories (New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1915), by Fyodor Sologub, ed. by Stephen Graham (page images at HathiTrust)
PG3470 .T4 A613 [Info] The Old House, and Other Tales (second impression; London: M. Secker, 1916), by Fyodor Sologub, trans. by John Cournos
PG3470 .T4 M413 [Info] The Little Demon (New York: A. A. Knopf, 1916), by Fyodor Sologub, trans. by John Cournos and Richard Aldington
PG3476 .K58 R4 [Info] Red Love, by A. Kollontaĭ (HTML at marxists.org)
PG3476 .M355 Z64 1987 [Info] A Coat of Many Colors: Osip Mandelstam and His Mythologies of Self-Presentation (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987), by Gregory Freidin (HTML at UC Press)

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