Maxim Gorky bibliography

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Portrait of Maxim Gorky by Mikhail Nesterov, 1901

This is a bibliography of the works of Maxim Gorky. [1] [2]

Contents

Fiction

Short stories

Novellas

Novels

Plays

Poetry

Autobiography

Non-fiction

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References

  1. Turner, Lily; Strever, Mark (1946). Orphan Paul; A Bibliography and Chronology of Maxim Gorky. New York: Boni and Gaer. pp. 261–270.
  2. "Collected Works of Maxim Gorky" (in Russian). mts-nn.ru. 1949–1956. Retrieved July 2, 2012.