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Ильф, Петров. Двенадцать стульев. На англ. языке, 1971г., 411 стр. PDF (OCR) Первый роман с Остапом Бендером. СССР, 20-е годы прошлого столетия. Странная компания из мошейника и бывшего председателя дворянского собрания. Погоня за спрятанными в стуле сокровищами.
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London: First Sphere Books Edition, 1971. - 285 c. First English Language edition: 1961 Переводчик не указан. Отсканированный 600dpi pdf. Meet Ostap Bender, conman, vagabond, liar, thief, cheat and self appointed scourge of Russia’s slogan-mouthing bureaucrats. To track down a fortune in jewels, sewn into the seat of a chair by Vorobyaninov’s deceased mother-in-law. There...
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London: First Sphere Books Edition, 1971. - 285 c. First English Language edition: 1961 Переводчик не указан. Meet Ostap Bender, conman, vagabond, liar, thief, cheat and self appointed scourge of Russia’s slogan-mouthing bureaucrats. To track down a fortune in jewels, sewn into the seat of a chair by Vorobyaninov’s deceased mother-in-law. There are 12 identical chairs. and...
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207 стр. Translated from Russian by John Richardson. Книга "12 стульев" на английском языке.
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Open Letter, Rochester, NY, 2009. — 289 p. Translation by Helen Anderson and Konstantin Gurevich. The Golden Calf was written in 1929-1931 and first serialized in a popular magazine in 1931. It is generally considered a sequel to the authors’ earlier work, The Twelve Chairs (1928), although the two novels share only the chief protagonist, Ostap Bender. He was killed at the end of...
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Open Letter, Rochester, NY, 2009. — 289 p. Translation by Helen Anderson and Konstantin Gurevich. The Golden Calf was written in 1929-1931 and first serialized in a popular magazine in 1931. It is generally considered a sequel to the authors’ earlier work, The Twelve Chairs (1928), although the two novels share only the chief protagonist, Ostap Bender. He was killed at the end of...
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Open Letter, Rochester, NY, 2009. — 289 p. Translation by Helen Anderson and Konstantin Gurevich. The Golden Calf was written in 1929-1931 and first serialized in a popular magazine in 1931. It is generally considered a sequel to the authors’ earlier work, The Twelve Chairs (1928), although the two novels share only the chief protagonist, Ostap Bender. He was killed at the end of...
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Open Letter, Rochester, NY, 2009. — 289 p. Translation by Helen Anderson and Konstantin Gurevich. The Golden Calf was written in 1929-1931 and first serialized in a popular magazine in 1931. It is generally considered a sequel to the authors’ earlier work, The Twelve Chairs (1928), although the two novels share only the chief protagonist, Ostap Bender. He was killed at the end of...
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Translated by Anne Fisher. — Northwestern University Press, — 574 p. — (Northwestern World Classics). — ISBN-10: 0810127725; ISBN-13: 978-0810127722. Winner of 2012 Northern California Book Award for Fiction in Translation . More faithful to the original text and its deeply resonant humor, this new translation of The Twelve Chairs brings Ilf and Petrov’s Russian classic fully...
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