GREMOOTCHEE RODNIK: Bubbling Spring by D. E. Skobzoff-Kondratieff

GREMOOTCHEE RODNIK: Bubbling Spring

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A novel with an epic quality, laid in the Cossack country and depicting everyday life at the present time. A score of characters are presented, none holding any central interest and there is no clearly defined plot. Merely a rather idyllic picture of the Cossack customs, with a certain amount of legendary background loosely connected.

Publisher: Paris -- 1938