by William Klein


New York: Crown Publishers Inc., 1964. First edition, folio (35,5×26,5cm), white cloth in unclipped dust jacket with red and black lettered spine. 184pp. Text in English. Dust jacket toned and chipped with creasing to edges. Cloth with moderate toning and a small tear at rear hinge gutter (3 cm), not affecting the binding. Contents clean and sound. Overall very good in fair dust jacket.


Moscow is the third book in Kleins‘ city series, which is divided into four chapters: Moscovites, Privileged Classes, Parks and Palaces, and Streets. It also includes a foreword by Harrison E. Salisbury, a Pulitzer Prize winner and the New York Times‘ first regular correspondent in Moscow after World War II.