Vasily Petrovich Avenarius (1839 - 1923) - one of the great historical galaxy of Russian writers of XIX - XX centuries. His famous book about the most mysterious events of the Russian history, and especially his fictionalized biographies of great men are very popular.
Sold second-hand edition of the works of V. P. Avenarius includes all the best works of the famous novelist. A collection of essays first published in 1994 the publishing house "Terra" (then unreleased). Books in hardback and perfect condition. Will forward the book to the buyer by mail to any city, town. If possible courier service. All details by phone and e - mail, or chat through the website. Slight negotiable.
The first volume contains his historical trilogy about the impostor "For the Prince" ("Three crowns", "the son of the chieftain", "To Moscow!") and a historical novel about the youth of Peter I "Less funny".
"Will be founded here!" - up to this historic phrase of Peter I was far away: it was necessary to win the war of the Swedes, to promote the border of Russia to the Baltic... These events and is dedicated to the historical-adventure story of V. P. Avenarius, which opens the second volume of his collected works. It also houses historical dilogy "Under the German yoke", consisting of the novels "Biron" and "Two building". They tells the story of the brief reign of a powerful Duke Ernst Johann Biron.
The third volume includes the historical novel "Disgraced" is about Russia, survived into the reign of Alexei Mikhailovich the tragedy of the rebellion of Stepan Razin, the novel-diary of a participant in the war of 1813 - 1814, "To Paris!" and the famous an anti-nihilistic film series "Wandering force".
Included in the fourth volume of the novel "the Adolescence of Alexander Pushkin" and "Pushkin's formative years". Included in the biographical dialogue about the great Russian poet, as well as a historical novel about the last years of serfdom in Russia "Before the dawn".
The fifth volume includes biographical trilogy "the Student years of Gogol," the literary essay "What was for Gogol Pushkin", as well as a biographical sketch "Mikhail Lermontov".