Russian Gothic tales from the twentieth century
The tale of the hairdresser's mannequin (1918) / Aleksandr Chayanov
Venediktov (1922) / Aleksandr Chayanov
The Venetian mirror (1922) / Aleksandr Chayanov
The red crown (1922) / Mikhail Bulgakov
A seance (1922) / Mikhail Bulgakov
The phantom (1926) / Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky
The grey motor car (1925) / Aleksandr Grin
The messenger (1925) / Georgy Peskov
The woman with no nose (1927) / Georgy Peskov
Professor Knop's experiment (1924) / Pavel Perov
Short stories, Russian-Translations into English
Gothic fiction (Literary genre), Russian-Translations into English
Practically suppressed in the early 20th century by the Russian authorities, these supernatural tales release the tension and uncertainty of political instability. Stories by Bulgakov, other fine Russian writers, and the story that inspired "The Master and Margarita."
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