My Escape from Siberia

Piotrowski, Rufin

Published by Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, London, 1863
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Title: My Escape from Siberia

Publisher: Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, London

Publication Date: 1863

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Poor

Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket

Edition: First Edition.


Lacking the map. Front hinge broken, with text block completely separated from front board. 2/3" chips to the blank margins of the half-title page and the frontispiece. 1" triangular chips to blank margins of two text leaves (pages 3-6). Also a 1/2" detached piece of the printed area of the text (a few letters of text only) on pages 3-4 has been reattached with paper repairs. A 1 1/2" chip to two other leaves (pages 69-72), mostly in the margin, but with loss of a few letters of text on each of these pages. ; First edition in English. xxiv, 386 pages + portrait frontispiece + 1 leaf of advertisements (the advertisement leaf is paginated 23-24). Lacking the folding map. Late 19th centuy half leather binding and marbled papered boards. Page dimensions: 192 x 120mm. Text in English, translated by E. S. "So death, or the Siberian mines, was to be my fate! Though I had long anticipated this, and long desired to learn the worst, I confess the certainty strangely shook both my mental and physical powers." - page 144. "By the end of the first day's journey, the thermometer of my vitality had well nigh fallen to zero. We stopped as usual at a post-station to change horses when the night was far advanced, and the gensd'armes were astonished to find me almost lifeless as they lifted me to the ground." - page 168. "The reader will have gathered from the preceding pages a more or less clear conception of Siberia - its climate, capabilities, and social condition, and may thence form some idea of its probable future. Siberia is the place of refuge, though a penal one, of all the most intelligent and high-spirited disciples of progress Russia has produced [. . . ]" - page 269. ; 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 12699

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