Leningrad: Priboi, 1929. Paperback. 328p., wraps, mildly edgeworn overwrap with Constructivist design by Khodasevich, bookseller's stamp and penned price inside back cover, small circular orange sticker (modern) on front free endpaper. Text in Russian.
Autobiographical work by the playwright and director, then about 37 years of age, discussing his ten years up to that point working in the theater. Beginning under Vsevolod Meyerhold in St. Petersburg, Radlov went on to lead a long and productive life, including many Soviet productions of Shakespeare to his credit.