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Anakreonticheskie pesni by Gavriil Romanovich Derzhavin
The Bronze Horseman: Selected Poems of Alexander Pushkin by Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin
Dumy by K.F. Ryleev
Khozhenie za tri moria Afanasiia Nikitina by I︠A︡. S. Lurʹe
Mednyĭ vsadnik
Pisʹma k zhene by Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin
Puteshestvie stolʹnika P.A. Tolstogo po Evrope 1697-1699 by graf Petr Andreevich Tolstoĭ
Severnai︠a︡ lira na 1827 god
Severnye t︠s︡vety na 1832 god
Skazanii︠a︡ i povesti o Kulikovskoĭ bitve by Lev Aleksandrovich Dmitriev
Strannik by Aleksandr Fomich Velʹtman
Uranii︠a︡ : karmannai︠a︡ knizhka na 1826 god dli︠a︡ li︠u︡bitelʹnit︠s︡ i li︠u︡biteleĭ russkoĭ slovestnosti
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