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Nikita's Childhood by Alexei Tolstoy
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Nikita's Childhood (original 1920; edition 2001)

by Alexei Tolstoy

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Aleksei Nikolaevich Tolstoi (1883-1945) was a russian novelist, playwright, historian, and short story writer, a former nobleman who immigrated to western Europe after the Bolshevik Revolution. Tolstoi returned to Russia in 1923, where he became a supporter of the Communist Party and honoured artist receiving three Stalin Prizes.Nikita's Childhood (1922), a lyrical story of a childhood in a Russian village that incorporates autobiographical elements.… (more)
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Title:Nikita's Childhood
Authors:Alexei Tolstoy
Info:Fredonia Books (NL) (2001), Edition: illustrated edition, Paperback, 140 pages
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Aleksei Nikolaevich Tolstoi (1883-1945) was a russian novelist, playwright, historian, and short story writer, a former nobleman who immigrated to western Europe after the Bolshevik Revolution. Tolstoi returned to Russia in 1923, where he became a supporter of the Communist Party and honoured artist receiving three Stalin Prizes.Nikita's Childhood (1922), a lyrical story of a childhood in a Russian village that incorporates autobiographical elements.

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