Maxim Gorki
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Maxim Gorki

By Hans Ostwald
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Maxim Gorki, by Hans Ostwald, Translated by Frances A. Welby
    • E-text prepared by Al Haines
      • MAXIM GORKI
      • Illustrated Cameos of Literature. Edited by George Brandes
    • MAXIM GORKI
    • Illustrated Cameos of Literature. Edited by George Brandes
  • Maxim Gorki
    • By
    • Hans Ostwald
      • Translated by Frances A. Welby
        • William Heinemann 1905
      • William Heinemann 1905
      • INTRODUCTION
    • Translated by Frances A. Welby
      • William Heinemann 1905
    • William Heinemann 1905
    • INTRODUCTION
    • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
      • 1. Maxim Gorki  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece
      • 2. Maxim Gorki (in 1900)
      • 3. Beggar Collecting for a Church Fund
      • 4. Tartar Day-Labourer
      • 5. Tramps—the Seated Figure is the Original of Luka
      • 6. A Page from Gorki's Last Work
      • 7. The Bare-footed Brigade on the Volga-Quay, at Nijni Novgorod
      • 8. Love-Scene between Polja and Nil, Act 3 of "The Bezemenovs"
      • 9. Gambling-Scene, Act 2 of "The Doss-house"
      • 10. A Confabulation, Act 2 of "The Doss-house"
      • 11. Concluding Scene, Act 3 of "The Doss-house"
      • 12. The Actor, in "The Doss-house"
      • 13. Vasilissa, the Keeper of "The Doss-house"
      • 14. Nastja, servant in "The Doss-house"
      • 15. The Baron, in "The Doss-house"
      • 16. Letter to Herr Max Reinhardt
      • Maxim Gorki (in 1900)
      • Beggar collecting for a church fund (After a sketch by Gorki)
      • Tartar day-labourer (After a sketch by Gorki)
      • Tramps—the seated figure is the original of Luka (After a sketch by Gorki)
      • A page from Gorki's last work (Transcribed and forwarded by the author to Hans Ostwald)
      • The bare-footed brigade on the Volga-quay, and Nijni Novgorod (After a sketch by Gorki)
      • Love-scene between Polja and Nil (Act III. of "The Bezemenovs")
      • Gambling scene (Act II. of "The Doss-house")
      • A confabulation (Act II. of "The Doss-house")
      • Concluding scene (Act III. of "The Doss-house")
      • The actor (From "The Doss-house")
      • Vasilissa (Keeper of the "Doss-house")
      • Nastja (Servant in "The Doss-house")
      • The baron (From "The Doss-house")
      • Letter to Max Reinhardt
      • Letter to Herr Max Reinhardt
    • 1. Maxim Gorki  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece
    • 2. Maxim Gorki (in 1900)
    • 3. Beggar Collecting for a Church Fund
    • 4. Tartar Day-Labourer
    • 5. Tramps—the Seated Figure is the Original of Luka
    • 6. A Page from Gorki's Last Work
    • 7. The Bare-footed Brigade on the Volga-Quay, at Nijni Novgorod
    • 8. Love-Scene between Polja and Nil, Act 3 of "The Bezemenovs"
    • 9. Gambling-Scene, Act 2 of "The Doss-house"
    • 10. A Confabulation, Act 2 of "The Doss-house"
    • 11. Concluding Scene, Act 3 of "The Doss-house"
    • 12. The Actor, in "The Doss-house"
    • 13. Vasilissa, the Keeper of "The Doss-house"
    • 14. Nastja, servant in "The Doss-house"
    • 15. The Baron, in "The Doss-house"
    • 16. Letter to Herr Max Reinhardt
    • Maxim Gorki (in 1900)
    • Beggar collecting for a church fund (After a sketch by Gorki)
    • Tartar day-labourer (After a sketch by Gorki)
    • Tramps—the seated figure is the original of Luka (After a sketch by Gorki)
    • A page from Gorki's last work (Transcribed and forwarded by the author to Hans Ostwald)
    • The bare-footed brigade on the Volga-quay, and Nijni Novgorod (After a sketch by Gorki)
    • Love-scene between Polja and Nil (Act III. of "The Bezemenovs")
    • Gambling scene (Act II. of "The Doss-house")
    • A confabulation (Act II. of "The Doss-house")
    • Concluding scene (Act III. of "The Doss-house")
    • The actor (From "The Doss-house")
    • Vasilissa (Keeper of the "Doss-house")
    • Nastja (Servant in "The Doss-house")
    • The baron (From "The Doss-house")
    • Letter to Max Reinhardt
    • Letter to Herr Max Reinhardt
    • ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS OF GORKI'S WORKS
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