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  • Stalin and His Hangmenby Donald Rayfield

    Random House Publishing Group 2007; US$ 17.95

    Stalin did not act alone. The mass executions, the mock trials, the betrayals and purges, the jailings and secret torture that ravaged the Soviet Union during the three decades of Stalin?s dictatorship, were the result of a tight network of trusted henchmen (and women), spies, psychopaths, and thugs. At the top of this pyramid of terror sat five indispensable... more...

  • Stalin and His Hangmenby Donald Rayfield

    Penguin Books Ltd 2005; Not Available

    Stalin, like Hitler and other tyrants, won and held power because he had collaborators - hangmen. Drawing on newly released archival material, Donald Rayfield gives us a fuller and more colourful picture of Stalin's inner circle than ever before. Stalin was not the sole author of Stalinism. What motivated his chiefs of police, Feliks Dzierzynski, Viacheslav... more...

  • The Dream of Lhasaby Donald Rayfield

    Faber & Faber 2013; US$ 23.32

    The great Russian explorer Nikolay Przhevalsky (1839-1888) made an indelible contribution to the world's atlases, and its store of zoological and botanical knowledge, as a consequence of his four arduous and dangerous expeditions through the Central Asia of Western Mongolia, Eastern Turkestan and Northern Tibet. Donald Rayfield's biography of... more...

  • Edge of Empiresby Donald Rayfield

    Reaktion Books 2013; US$ 55.00

    Located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, Georgia is a country of rainforests and swamps, snow and glaciers, and semi-arid plains. It has ski resorts and mineral springs, monuments and an oil pipeline. It also has one of the longest and most turbulent histories in the Christian or Near Eastern world, but no comprehensive, up-to-date... more...

  • Anton Chekhovby Donald Rayfield

    Faber & Faber 2013; US$ 23.32

    The description 'definitive' is too easily used, but Donald Rayfield's biography of Chekhov merits it unhesitatingly. To quote no less an authority than Michael Frayn: 'With question the definitive biography of Chekhov, and likely to remain so for a very long time to come. Donald Rayfield starts with the huge advantage of much new material that... more...

  • The Literature of Georgiaby Donald Rayfield

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 190.00

    The first comprehensive and objective history of the literature of Georgia, revealed to be unique among those of the former Byzantine and Russian empires, both in its quality and its 1500 years' history. more...

  • Dead Soulsby Nikolai Gogol; Donald Rayfield; Donald Rayfield

    New York Review Books 2012; US$ 15.95

    An NYRB Classics Original  The first of the great Russian novels and one of the indisputable masterpieces of world literature, Dead Souls is the tale of Chichikov, an affably cunning con man who causes consternation in a small Russian town when he shows up out of nowhere proposing to buy title to serfs who, though dead as doornails, are still property... more...

  • The Steppe and Other Stories, 1887-91by Anton Chekhov; Donald Rayfield; Ronald Wilks

    Penguin Books Ltd 2005; Not Available

    This collection of Chekhov's finest early writing reveals a young writer mastering the art of the short story. 'The Steppe', which established his reputation, is the unforgettable tale of a boy's journey to a new school in Kiev, travelling through majestic landscapes towards an unknown destiny. 'Gusev' depicts an ocean voyage, where the sea takes on... more...

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