There were three editions of the translation in 2007. Two of them were published by AST Chranitelj from Moscow. The first of these had 525 pages and was 17 cm high, the second was 18 cm.
|Covers of the two 2007 AST|
(Painting: Karl Bryullov - Portrait
of Princess Elizabeta Saltykova (1841))
The third Villette of 2007 was published by Eksmo (605 pp.)
|Cover of the 2007 Eksmo|
(Painting: Heinrich Maria Hess -
Portrait of Fanny Gail (1820-1))
The Orel/Surits translation was republished by Terra in 2008 (558 pp.)
|Cover of the 2008 Terra Russian Villette|
|Back cover of the 2008 |
Terra Russian Villette
There were three editions in 2009 of the Orel/Surits translation. The first one was published by Eksmo from Moscow (605 pp.). It had the same cover as their 2007 edition.
The second one was published by Leningradskoe Publisher from Sankt-Petersburg (477 pp.).
|Cover of the 2009 Leningradskoe|
The third edition was published by the international book club ‘Family Leisure Club’ with the title Villet (560 pp.).
|Cover of the 2009|
Family Leisure Club Villette
|Cover of the 2010 and 2011 editions|
of Russian Villette
The 2011 AST edition with 448 pages had another new cover.
|Cover of the second 2011|
|Cover of the 2012 Azbuka Villette|
(Painting: Franz Xavier Winterhalter -
Princess Elizabeth Esperovna
The second edition of 2012 was published in Charkov by Belgorod (717 pp.), with Villet as title. It’s not certain, but it will be the Orel/Surits translation.
|Cover of the 2012 Belgorod Villette|
(Painting: Thomas Faed-Sophia and
Olivia from The Vicar of
The last two editions were published in 2013 by Azbuka again (542 pp.). They had the same cover as the 2012 edition.