RUSSIAN PRINTING IN BERLIN: Три разсказа [Tri razskaza (vospreshcheny russkoi tsenzuroi) / Three Short Stories (Prohibited by the Russian censor)].
A scarce second edition of Gorky’s short stories was printed in Berlin for the Russian market, to avoid the Russian censorship.
Author: Maxim GORKY (1868 – 1936).
Place and Year: Berlin: Johannes Räde 1902.
Technique: 8°. 36 pp., original illustrated wrappers (Very Good, wrappers with light staining, tiny tears and holes)
A book in Russian Cyrillic is an uncommon second edition of the Maxim Gorky’s trilogy of short stories. It was published in Berlin in 1902, to avoid the Russian censorship, and was illegally distributer in Russia.