|←Author Index: Go||Maxim Gorky
Soviet/Russian author, a founder of the socialist realism literary method and a political activist.
Aleksei Maksimovich Peshkov, better known as Maxim Gorky (Максим Горький), was a |
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- Reminiscences of Anton Chekhov, (1905; English translation, 1921) (External scan)
- Boredom, an article about Coney Island, 8 August 1907, The Independent (NY), pp. 309-317. (External scan)
- Reminiscences of Leo Nicolayevitch Tolstoi, (1919; English translation, 1920)
- Creatures That Once Were Men (Бывшие люди) (External scan)
- Mother (Мать) (External scan)
- The Man Who Was Afraid, also printed as Foma Gordeyev (Фома Гордеев), 1901, translated by Herman Bernstein
- Through Russia (По Руси) , translated by C. J. Hogarth
- Tales from Gorky, translated by R. Nisbet Bain
- Twenty-Six and One and Other Stories
- Tchelkache (Челкаш, 1895)
- One Autumn Night (Однажды осенью, 1895)
- Her Lover (Болесь, 1897)
- Malva (Мальва, 1897)
- Twenty-Six and One (Двадцать шесть и одна, 1899)
- The Song of the Storm-Finch (Песня о Буревестнике, 1901)
- "A Wallachian Legend", in The Russian Review, Volume 1, No. 4, May 1916.
- Tales of Italy (public domain in Canada)
Works about Gorky
- Maxim Gorky and the Russian Revolt, 1905, by R. L.
- “Gorki, Maxim” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911