Collected Works of Aleksandr Pushkin
- Published in 1999
- 6 volumes
- 1,988 pages


In 1999, Open Books added a major piece to its catalogue of Russian classics by publishing a 6-volume collection of works by the great Russian poet and novelist Aleksandr Pushkin (1799-1837).

The collection features two of Pushkin's most famous works, the verse novel Eugen Onegin and the drama Boris Godunov. It also contains the 1836 historical novel The Captain's Daughter, short stories (The Tales of the Late Ivan Petrovich Belkin) as well as collected poems. Among the selected poems is the famous 1833 narrative poem The Bronze Horseman, considered by many as one of Pushkin's masterpieces.