"The Queen of Spades," "The Negro of Peter the Great," "Dubrovsky," and "The Captain's Daughter."
The selection is that used by the Penguin Classics series (L119; ISBN 0140441190) translated with a foreword by Rosemary Edmonds. Most of the editions on this work page are clearly indicated as such. Any other editions in which the same four stories occur also belong here. I recognise some uncertainty about the ISBN which may be wrong after an Amazon data entry but I don't think we should second-guess that.
Please distinguish between this collection and similarly-named collections, such as the Dover Thrift edition, having differing contents. Thank you.
Six masterpieces of the genre include title story plus "An Amateur Peasant Girl," "The Shot," "The Snowstorm," "The Postmaster," and "The Coffin-Maker — all fascinating portraits of life in Tsarist Russia by one of that country's greatest poets and most influential writers.
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Alexander Pushkin's Short Story about Greed and Avarice. 'Two fixed ideas can no more exist together in the moral world than two bodies can occupy one and the same place in the physical world.' When a prudent man named Hermann hears of a countess who possessed a secret trick for gambling at cards, he thinks he has discovered the answer to his financial problems.… (more)
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