Kazakhstan, ethnic Kazakhs
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Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell International, 1992. Paperback. 93p., plus several pages of publishers' ads (other 'Scripta Minora'), printed on highly glazed paperstock throughout, softbound, a paperback in 9x6.5 inch plain printed wraps. Faintest signs of handling to cover, faint erasures on titlepage (another dealer's codes), a very good clean copy.....
Urumqi: Zinjiang renmin chubanshe, 1981. 406p., very good paperback. Kazakh translation of the Soviet biographical novel about the wartime antifascist heroics of Zoya and Shura Kosmodemyanskaya, using the script that was developed for the Kazakh community in Xinjiang under Chinese rule.
Acmaha, Kazakhstan: government press, 2002. Hardcover. 277p., printed on glossy paperstock throughout, running texts in Kazakh, Russian and (to a limited extent) in English; large pictorial with exclusively color photography hardbound in 11x8.5 inch laminated photographic boards. Slightest edgewear, a clean, sound, very good copy.
Almaty: Kasakh SSR ghylym akademiiasy, 1955. Three volumes in blue boards, lightly rubbed, gilt titles dulled, text block evenly toned, otherwise very good; 213, 350, 278 pages, text in Kazakh. Collected works of the traditional songwriter, whose name is also transliterated Jambyl Jabayev.