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    Maxim Gorky,Thomas Seltzer
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    Intl Law & Taxation Pub (March 1, 2001)
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    412 pages
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The Spy - Thomas Seltzer.

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This is the story of a man, that never found the courage to face his fears. The Spy.

None can understand the Russia of today An authorized translation by Thomas Seltzer Variations in spelling and hyphenation were retained. A marvelous psychological study; an unparalleled presentation of the revolution in Russia; realistic pictures of life of the men and the women struggling for liberty.

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Maxim Gorky, Thomas Seltzer. First published in the original Russian in 1907, this authorised English translation appeared the following year with the subtitle The Story of a Superfluous Man. The novel is also known in translation as The Life of a Useless Man. show more.

Born in Russia, Thomas Seltzer moved to the United States with his family as a young child. He attended the University of Pennsylvania on scholarship and graduated in 1897, going on to do post-graduate work at Columbia University