Titre : SIBERIA AND THE EXILE SYSTEM (Leather Bound ...
Éditeur : Century Magazine
Date d'édition : 1889
Reliure : 3/4 Leather
Etat du livre : Very Good
Etat de la jaquette : No DJ
Edition : First Edition.
This is a VG hardcover copy in black 3/4 leather, 4 rib spine, marbled boards. This is an extensive collection of Century Magazine reports with lovely illustrations by Frost. You think the trans Siberian railroad trip is tiring, you should make the trip before the railroad was built. Some of the articles: The last appeal of the Russian liberals. Prison life of the Russian revolutionists.Russian Provincial prisons. A russian political prison. Russian state prisoners. The Russain penal code. Plains and prisons of Western Siberia. The steppes of the Irtish. My meeting with the political exiles.Exile by administrative process. The Tomsk fordwarding prison. Life on the Great Siberian Road. Exiles at Irkutsk. A ride through the Trans-Baikal. The convict mines of Kara. In East Siberian Silver mines. Photos on request. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. N° de réf. du libraire 072084
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