The Correspondence of Iu. Samarin and Baroness Rahden (1861-1876)

By: Scully, Terence; Helen Swediuk-Cheyne; Loren Calder (Iuri or Yuri Samarin, Baroness Rahden)

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8vo - 23 x 14.5 cm.; 267 pp. Translated from the Second Edition of D. Samarin, Moscow, 1894, with an Introductory Essay on Samarin by Loren Calder. This collection of letters opens a door into Russian intellectual life of the latter part of the nineteenth century. Samarin was a prominent Slavophil and political reformer while the Baroness was a bright and enlightened lady-in-waiting to the Grand Duchess Helen Pavlovna, and later to the Empress, and attended the soirees of the cream of St. Petersburg society. Light wear on paper wraps, top piece of title page clipped to remove former owner's name, library stamp on title page, inside of back cover thinned from removal of a card pocket, otherwise, binding is sturdy and text pages clean. ; Ex-Library

Title: The Correspondence of Iu. Samarin and Baroness Rahden (1861-1876)

Author Name: Scully, Terence; Helen Swediuk-Cheyne; Loren Calder (Iuri or Yuri Samarin, Baroness Rahden)

Categories: History,

Publisher: Waterloo, Onario, Canada, Wilfrid Laurier University.: 1974

ISBN Number: 0889200041

ISBN Number 13: 9780889200043

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 23283

Keywords: Correspondence, Letters, Russia, History; Yuri Samarin, Iuri Samarin, Baroness Edith Fedorovna of Rahden; St. Petersburg, Slavophile,