Fedor Sologub as a short-story writer stylistic analyses by Carola Hansson

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Statementby Carola Hansson.
SeriesStockholm studies in Russian literature ;, 3, Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis., 3.
ContributionsSologub, Fyodor, 1863-1927.
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LC ClassificationsPG3470.T4 Z68
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Pagination194 p. ;
Number of Pages194
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Open LibraryOL4927123M
LC Control Number76353581

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