Item #459 Sochineniia Erkmana-Shatriana: Natsionalnye Romany, Povesti i Skazki (Works of Erckmann-Chatrian: National Novels, Stories and Fairy Tales), vols. I, II (complete). Emile Erckmann, Alexandre Chatrian, 1822–1899, 1826–1890.
Sochineniia Erkmana-Shatriana: Natsionalnye Romany, Povesti i Skazki (Works of Erckmann-Chatrian: National Novels, Stories and Fairy Tales), vols. I, II (complete)
Sochineniia Erkmana-Shatriana: Natsionalnye Romany, Povesti i Skazki (Works of Erckmann-Chatrian: National Novels, Stories and Fairy Tales), vols. I, II (complete)
Sochineniia Erkmana-Shatriana: Natsionalnye Romany, Povesti i Skazki (Works of Erckmann-Chatrian: National Novels, Stories and Fairy Tales), vols. I, II (complete)
Sochineniia Erkmana-Shatriana: Natsionalnye Romany, Povesti i Skazki (Works of Erckmann-Chatrian: National Novels, Stories and Fairy Tales), vols. I, II (complete)
Sochineniia Erkmana-Shatriana: Natsionalnye Romany, Povesti i Skazki (Works of Erckmann-Chatrian: National Novels, Stories and Fairy Tales), vols. I, II (complete)
Sochineniia Erkmana-Shatriana: Natsionalnye Romany, Povesti i Skazki (Works of Erckmann-Chatrian: National Novels, Stories and Fairy Tales), vols. I, II (complete)
Sochineniia Erkmana-Shatriana: Natsionalnye Romany, Povesti i Skazki (Works of Erckmann-Chatrian: National Novels, Stories and Fairy Tales), vols. I, II (complete)

Sochineniia Erkmana-Shatriana: Natsionalnye Romany, Povesti i Skazki (Works of Erckmann-Chatrian: National Novels, Stories and Fairy Tales), vols. I, II (complete)

St. Petersburg: S. V. Zvonarev, 1872. First Russian edition. Half-leather binding. Item #459

In two volumes. With 92 illustrations by the following artists: Schuler, Jundt, Rioux, Benet, Bayard and Gauck. The "Doctor of Medicine Fedor Gavrilovich Chekunov" ex-libris on the title pages.

Erckmann-Chatrian is the joint pen name of two French authors, Émile Erckmann and Alexandre Chatrian, who were active during the mid-19th century. They are best known for their collaborative works of fiction, which often combine elements of horror, mystery, and historical fiction. Their stories are rich in detail and often draw heavily from folklore and local legends. Erckmann-Chatrian's works were trendy during their time, and they continue to be celebrated for their vivid depictions of life in rural France during the 19th century.

OCLC locates only one copy at the National Library of Israel (No. 1256618984).

Price: $500.00