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Chekhov

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A biographical and critical study of Chekhov.

This volume presents a detailed portrait of Anton Chekhov, the world-famous dramatist and fiction-writer who achieved recognition not only for his short stories but also for the masterful plays, Three Sisters and The Cherry Orchard. Ronald Hingley carefully scrutinizes Chekhov's faults--including his hesitancies, inconsistencies, irascibility, and occasional callousness--along with his many virtues.

A Life of Chekhov offers an in-depth assessment of Chekhov's achievements as doctor, scholar, educator, explorer, and penologist, as well as writer.

Note - pages are slightly loose.

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Author(s):
Hingley, Ronald
Condition:
Fair
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
234
Publisher:
Unwin
Title:
Chekhov

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A biographical and critical study of Chekhov.

This volume presents a detailed portrait of Anton Chekhov, the world-famous dramatist and fiction-writer who achieved recognition not only for his short stories but also for the masterful plays, Three Sisters and The Cherry Orchard. Ronald Hingley carefully scrutinizes Chekhov's faults--including his hesitancies, inconsistencies, irascibility, and occasional callousness--along with his many virtues.

A Life of Chekhov offers an in-depth assessment of Chekhov's achievements as doctor, scholar, educator, explorer, and penologist, as well as writer.

Note - pages are slightly loose.

Author(s):
Hingley, Ronald
Condition:
Fair
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
234
Publisher:
Unwin
Title:
Chekhov

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