My Childhood, by Maksim Gorky

Table of Contents

Chapter I

Chapter II

Chapter III

Chapter IV

Chapter V

Chapter VI

Chapter VII

Chapter VIII

Chapter IX

Chapter X

Chapter XI

Chapter XII

Chapter XIII

“ Aleksyei Maksimovitch Pyeshkof (pseudonym Maxim Gorky). Born at Nijni–Novgorod, March 14, 1868. He led a vagabond life for many years, working and tramping with the poorest classes in Russia, and his writings record the tragedy of poverty and crime as he found it. Among the best known of his works are ‘Makar Chudra’ (1890), ‘ Emilian Pibgai,’ ‘ Chelkash,’ ‘Oshybka’ (1895), ‘ Tyenovya Kartinki ‘ (1895), ‘Toska,’ ‘Konovalov’ (1896), ‘Malva’ (1896), ‘ Foma Gordyeev’ (1901), ‘Mukiki’ (1901). Three volumes of short stories (189899), ‘ Miestchanye ‘ (1902), ‘Comrades’ (1907), ‘The Spy’ (1908), ‘In the Depths,’ a play, and ‘ Tales of Two Countries ‘ (1914).” Century Cyclopedia of Names.

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