Pyotr Pavlovich Yershov. The Little Humpbacked Horse. Moscow. Progress Publishers. 1980. Fourth Printing, English Edition. Translated from the Russian by Louis Zellikoff. Designed by Yiri Kapylov and beautifully ilustrated by N.M. Kochergin. Pyotr Pavlovich Yershov ( 1815-1869) was born in the village of Bezrukovo and later studied philosophy at St Peterburg University, where he wrote his masterpiece fairy tale 'The Humpbacked Horse'. Click through on book for full details.
Yuri Olesha. The Three Fat Men. Moscow. Progress Publishers. 1982. Fourth Printing. Translated from the Russian by Fainna Glagoleva. Colour illustrations by Boris Kalaushin. Click through on book for full details.
Ivan Bilibin Russian fairy tale Frog Tsarevna
Irena Zheleznova, (Edited by). Vasilisa The Beautiful: Russian Fairy Tales. Moscow. Raduga Publishers. 1984. Fourth Printing. Progress Publishers. First Printing 1966. Second Printing 1974. Third Printing 1981. Fourth Printing 1984. Collection of 16 Russian Fairy Tales, nicely illustrated throughout. Translations by Irina Zheleznova, Bernard Isaacs and Dorian Rottenberg. Designed by Vladimir Minayev. For sale, Click book for full details.
Ivan Bilibin’s illustration to “The Song of the Merchant Kalashnikov” by Mikhail Lermontov.
Vyacheslav Marchenko. The Haunted Wood. Moscow. Progress Publishers. 1981. English Translation. Translated from the Russian by Miriam Katz and David Sinclair-Loutit. Two-tone etchings by N. Rodionov. The two stories in this book are largely biographical. Click through on book for full details.