Kazantzakis’ impressions from his two journeys to Russia (the Soviet Union) in 1925 and 1927. Impressions from his first journey in 1925-26 appeared in an early form in Eleftheros Logos (November - December 1925) and Proia (8-14.1.1928). During the Occupation he reworked the text, adding impressions from his third journey (1928-29). The work henceforth appeared under the new title Travels. Russia.
- Ti ida sti Rosia (apo ta taxidia mou) [What I Saw in Russia (from my travels)], vol. I, Athens: Stochastis 1928
- Ti ida sti Rosia (apo ta taxidia mou), vols. II - III, Athens: Stochastis 1928
- Taxidevontas. Rousia [Travels. Russia], edited by E. C. Kasdaglis, Athens: Difros 1956
- Taxidevontas. Rousia, Athens: Dorikos 1960
- Taxidevontas. Rousia, Athens: Eleni Kazantzakis 1964 (and subsequent editions)
- Nikos Kazantzakis, Russia. Α chronicle of three journeys in the aftermath of the revolution, translated into English by Michael Antonakes & Thanasis Maskaleris. Berkeley: Creative Arts Book Co. 1989
- Nikos Kazantzakis, Voyages. Russie, translated into French by Liliane Princet, Paris: Plon 1977