VOICES IN THE SNOW. Olga Andreyev CARLISLE.
VOICES IN THE SNOW.
VOICES IN THE SNOW.

VOICES IN THE SNOW.

NY: Random House, [1962]. The Sotry Of the first Visit To Russia of Leonid Andreyev's Granddaughter And Of Her Meetings With Pasternak, Sholokhov, Ehrenburg, Evtushenko And Many Other Contemporary Soviet Artists. First Edition, second printing. Signed presentation from Carlisle on the front endpaper: "For George and Latitia Pierson, Olga Carlisle. 1969." Olga Andreyeva Carlisle is a French-born American novelist, translator, and painter. She is notable for translating Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s works into English. Her father, Vadim Andreyev, was the son of major Russian writer Leonid Andreyev. Her mother, Olga Chernova-Andreyeva, was the stepdaughter of Viktor Chernov, a Russian revolutionary and one of the founders of the Russian Socialist-Revolutionary Party. “Voices In The Snow” is her first book and it’s uncommon to find a signed copy. 8vo., embossed black cloth in dust jacket; 224 pages. Item #56845

Very Good (covers nice, one lower corner little bumped; contents clean & tight with minor browning front endpaper); minor edgewear (tiny nicks & tears, price-clipped) d/j.

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