Mikhail Lermontov Bibliography

Can you guess Mikhail Lermontov's bibliography?
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#1
Poems
1828
The Circassians
1828
The Corsair
1828
The Culprit
1829
Oleg
1829
The Turk's Laments
1829
Two Brothers
1830
Julio
1830
Kally
1830
Napoleon
1830
The Spring
1830
July 15, 1830
1831
Azrail
1831
Angel of Death
1831
The Terrible Fate of Father and Son
1831
The Reed
1831
Mermaid
1831
The Wish
1831
The Angel
1831
The Prophecy
1831
The Sail
1831-1832
The Last Son of Freedom
1832
The Sailor
1832
Ismail-Bei
1832
A Lithuanian Woman
1832
Forgive Me, Will We Meet Again?
1832
The Hussar
1832-1834
Ulansha
1832-1834
The Hospital
1832-1834
Celebration in Petergof
1834
Aul Bastundji
1835
Khadji-Abrek
1835-1836
Boyarin Orsha
1835-1836
Sashka
1836
Mongo
1837
The Song of the Merchant Kalashnikov
1837
Borodino
1837
Death of the Poet
1837
The Branch of Palestine
1837
The Prayer
1837
Farewell, Unwashed Russia
1837
When Yellowish Fields Get Ruffled...
1838
Tambov Treasurer's Wife
1838
The Cossack Lullaby
1838
The Fugitive
1838
Demon
1838
The Thought
1838
The Dagger
1838
The Poet
1839
The Novice
1839
Three Palms
1839
In the Memory of A.I. Odoyevsky
1839
The Children's Fairytale
1840
Valerik
1840
So Dull, So Sad...
1840
How Often, Surrounded by a Motley Croud...
1840
Little Clouds
1840
The Journalist, the Reader and the Writer
1840
The Heavenly Ship
1841
Fatherland
1841
The Princess of the Tide
1841
The Dispute
1841
Alone I Set Out on the Road...
#2
Plays
1830
The Spaniards
1830
Men and Passions
1831
A Strange Man
1835
Masquerade
1836
Two Brothers
1836
Arbenin
 
 
#3
Novels
1832
Vadim
1836
Princess Ligovskaya
1840
A Hero of Our Time
 
 
#4
Short Story
1837
Ashik Kerib
 
 
#5
Poetry Collection
1936
The Junkers Poems
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