Stone Collection: Volume 81 - Item 22
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22. Zenaïde A. Ragozin, “Pushkin and His Work,” Cosmopolitan Magazine (January 1900): 307-14.
Biographical sketch of the Russian poet, novelist, and playwright, Aleksander Pushkin. Mr. Stone’s interest in this article is based, at least in part, on the author’s observation that Pushkin’s great-grandfather was an African prince stolen during his infancy by slave dealers and sold to the Russian ambassador in Constantinople.