"AN IMPORTANT PUBLISHER OF RUSSIAN LETTERS": FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH OF DOSTOEVSKY'S CENSORED AND LONG FORGOTTEN STAVROGIN'S CONFESSION, PUBLISHED BY THE WOOLFS’ HOGARTH PRESS, WITH THE TRANSLATION OF VIRGINIA WOOLF AND S. KOTELIANSKY
DOSTOEVSKY, Fyodor. Stavrogin's Confession. Richmond, 1922.
First edition in English of the long suppressed and nearly forgotten "central chapter" from The Possessed, Stavrogin's Confession, discovered in Moscow in 1921, together in one volume with Dostoevsky's plan for Life of a Great Sinner, never written, both with the translation of Virginia Woolf and Samuel Koteliansky, published by the Woolfs' Hogarth Press, uncut in original boards. $1200.