The dramatic true story of the love affair between Russia's greatest poet, his wife and her lover, french hussar George d'Anthes -- and the tragic duel that followed. Pushkin's Button is an astonishing tour de force, a riveting account of the last few months of Pushkin's life before his death on 27 January 1837. It is also the story of the French soldier who killed him, Georges d'Anthes, a man in love with Natalya Pushkin, the poet's wife, the most beautiful woman in all St Petersburg. Vitale's extensive archival ...

Pushkin's Button 2000, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

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Pushkin's Button 2000, Fourth Estate Ltd, London

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Pushkin's Button 1999, Farrar Straus Giroux, New York, NY

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Pushkin's Button 1999, Fourth Estate Ltd, London

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