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Zlatoust library Zlatoust library: Tri sestry (3000 words)

  • By Anton Chekhov
  • Price: £9.90
  • ISBN: 9785865476580
  • Availability: Limited Stock

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Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov tells the story of the lives and dreams of Olga, Masha and Irina, who are former Muscovites who have relocated to a provincial town where they are reluctant to stay.

This reader is designed for students with a Russian vocabulary of 3000 words. The reader includes exercises and an answer key at the back of the book.

To view a sample of the book, please click on the following link:

http://www.esb.co.uk/pdf/40527.pdf

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Title details

Series Zlatoust library Title Tri sestry (3000 words)
Subject Russian Language Russian
Market Adolescent/Adult Level Level 5
Publication Date July 2013 Authors Anton Chekhov
Binding Paperback Pages 92
Size(mm) 140x200 Weight (gms) 120
ESB Code 40527 ISBN 9785865476580
Inspection Copy No Delivery Limited Stock
  Price £9.90

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