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Vladimir Mayakovsky | VLADIMIR MAYAKOVSKY: TRAGEDY IN TWO ACTS AND WITH A PROLOGUE AND EPILOGUE
VLADIMIR MAYAKOVSKY: A TRAGEDY IN TWO ACTS AND WITH A PROLOUGE AND EPILOGUE
by Vladimir Mayakovsky
Translated from the Russian by Paul Schmidt
The play was first performed at the Luna Park Theatre in St. Petersburg, Russia in November 1913.
The text provided here was first published in 50: A Celebration of Sun & Moon Classics (Los Angeles: Sun & Moon Press, 1995). The typesetting and composition was done by Guy Bennett.
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English language translation copyright (c) 1995 by Paul Schmidt. Reprinted by permission.
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