Raleigh, John Henry
July 1953
New Republic;7/13/53, Vol. 128 Issue 28, p20
The article discusses the book "New Russian Stories, translated by B.G. Guerney. New Russian Stories is a collection of Russian short stories written since 1917. They are translated by B.G. Guerney who also contributes the biographial notes on the various


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