By Anton Chekhov
Anton Chekhov is taken into account to be between literature’s maximum brief tale writers, when his performs helped switch the process glossy drama. This finished e-book provides the whole works of Anton Chekhov, with a number of illustrations, infrequent texts showing in electronic print for the 1st time, informative introductions and the standard Delphi bonus fabric. (Version 6)
* superbly illustrated with photographs in terms of Chekhov’s lifestyles and works
* Concise introductions to the performs and different texts
* ALL 15 performs, each one with person contents tables
* infrequent performs like PLATONOV and THE wooden DEMON showing the following for the 1st time electronic publishing
* first-class formatting of the texts
* the entire brief tales – over 210 stories, first time to be had entire in English
* specific chronological and alphabetical contents tables for the quick stories
* simply find the fast tales you must read
* Chekhov’s simply novel THE capturing social gathering, to be had in no different collection
* additionally positive aspects infrequent novellas
* comprises Chekhov’s letters and notebooks - spend hours exploring the author’s own correspondence and thoughts
* contains a bonus biography - realize Chekhov’s literary life
* Scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres
* up-to-date with revised texts, introductions and extra images
Please word: there are not any translations of THE ISLAND OF SAKHALIN on hand within the public area. as soon as a translation turns into on hand, will probably be additional to the book as a loose update.
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ON THE excessive ROAD
ON THE HARMFULNESS OF TOBACCO
A RELUCTANT HERO
THE wooden DEMON
THE 3 SISTERS
THE CHERRY ORCHARD
THE capturing PARTY
The brief Stories
CHRONOLOGICAL record OF brief STORIES
ALPHABETICAL checklist OF brief STORIES
AN nameless STORY
LETTERS OF ANTON CHEKHOV TO HIS kin AND FRIENDS
NOTE-BOOK OF ANTON CHEKHOV
BIOGRAPHICAL cartoon via Constance Garnett
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