Published December 2003
by Oberon Books .
Written in English
|Contributions||Stephen Mulrine (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||375|
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Five Plays of Alexander Ostrovsky. This book contains brilliant new translations of the best known and most popular plays of Russia's first and most prolific professional playwright, whose masterful social portraits of midth-century Russia remain a vital part of the living Russian theater/5. A stay at Ostrovsky places you in the heart of Kazan, steps from Kazan State Theater of Young Spectators and Kazan Academic Russian Bolshoi Drama Theatre. This hotel is mi ( km) from Central Market and mi ( km) from Soviet Lifestyle Museum. Jan 01, · Ostrovsky, Aleksandr Nikolaevich, Editor: Noyes, George Rapall, Title: Plays Contents: A Protégée of the Mistress Poverty Is No Crime Sin and Sorrow Are Common . Ostrovsky: Plays 2. A native Muscovite, Ostrovsky became Russia’s most prolific painter of Mercantile Society and the common people, writing over fifty plays, mostly comedies. Includes: The Forest, Artistes and Admirers, Wolves and Sheep, Sin and Sorrow, and The Power hisn-alarum.com: $