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Vladimir Maximov • 7 Items / 5 Books, 2 Articles
A Man Survives (1963)
The Sensational Soviet Novel About a Russian Rebel Without a Cause
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Published Reviews
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    Rapid and Terse (Review)
    A Man Survives, by Vladimir Maximov
    1. A Man Survives by Vladimir Maximov
    Commonweal, October 4, 1963, p. 56
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    Broken Laws of the Jungle (Review)
    A Man Survives, by Vladimir Maximov
    1. A Man Survives by Vladimir Maximov
    The Saturday Review, September 28, 1963, p. 56
  3. Books
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    Briefly Noted (3 Reviews)
    Fiction
    1. Night and Silence, Who is Here? by Pamela Hansford Johnson
    2. A Man Survives by Vladimir Maximov
    3. The Death of Achilles by Victor Price
    The New Yorker, August 3, 1963, p. 70
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    The Autobiography of a World (5 Reviews)
    The Bluebottle, by Valeriy Tarsis
    1. The Bluebottle by Valeriy Tarsis
    2. A Precocious Autobiography by Yevgeny A. Yevtushenko
    3. A Man Survives by Vladimir Maximov
    4. The Complete Adventures of Ostap Bender by Ilya Ilf and Eugene Petrov
    5. Nervous People, and Other Satires by Mikhail Zoshchenko and Hugh McLean
    The Hudson Review, Winter 1963, pp. 610-616
  5. Books and the Arts
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    Ideology and the Private Vision (9 Reviews)
    Bosnian Chronicle, by Ivo Andric
    1. Bosnian Chronicle by Ivo Andric
    2. Montenegro by Milovan Djilas
    3. The Plough and the Pen by Ilona Duczynska and Karl Polanyi
    4. A Man Survives by Vladimir Maximov
    5. The Journey and the Pity by Pawel Mayewski
    6. We Never Make Mistakes by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn
    7. The Fawn by Magda Szabo
    8. The Bluebottle by Valeriy Tarsis
    9. Nervous People, and Other Satires by Mikhail Zoshchenko and Hugh McLean
    The Nation, November 9, 1963, p. 301