Mikhail Sholokhov – The Don Flows Home To The Sea – with rare wrap-around band – First Edition 1940

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Mikhail Sholokhov – The Don Flows Home To The Sea – with rare wrap-around band – First Edition 1940

£1,750.00

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£1,750.00

A first edition, first printing published by Putnam in 1940. A near fine book in like wrapper with a little edgewear to the wrapper and to the corners. Complete with the Book Society wrap-around band.
Nobel Laureate Mikhail Sholokhov’s “The Don Flows Home to the Sea” is a classic of Russian literature. The novel, the final part of Sholokhov’s epic “Quiet Don” tetralogy, continues to follow the life of Don Cossack Grigory Melekhov during the tumultuous period of the Russian Civil War and its aftermath. It portrays Melekhov’s experiences, his struggle for survival, and the impact of war on his family and homeland. Sholokhov’s storytelling is rich in historical detail, vividly depicting the Don region and the complex lives of its inhabitants. The novel is celebrated for its portrayal of the Cossack culture and its exploration of the human cost of war and revolution.

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A first edition, first printing published by Putnam in 1940. A near fine book in like wrapper with a little edgewear to the wrapper and to the corners. Complete with the Book Society wrap-around band.
Nobel Laureate Mikhail Sholokhov’s “The Don Flows Home to the Sea” is a classic of Russian literature. The novel, the final part of Sholokhov’s epic “Quiet Don” tetralogy, continues to follow the life of Don Cossack Grigory Melekhov during the tumultuous period of the Russian Civil War and its aftermath. It portrays Melekhov’s experiences, his struggle for survival, and the impact of war on his family and homeland. Sholokhov’s storytelling is rich in historical detail, vividly depicting the Don region and the complex lives of its inhabitants. The novel is celebrated for its portrayal of the Cossack culture and its exploration of the human cost of war and revolution.