Tales of Chekhov 13 (final ) Love and other stories

Tales of Chekhov 13 (final ) Love and other stories by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov

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Anton Pavlovich Chekhov

A book by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov

Chekhov Anton Pavlovich - a great Russian writer, was born on January 29, 1860 (Taganrog, Rostov region) died on July 15, 1904 (Badenweiler, German Empire) The main themes of creativity are the ideological quest of the intelligentsia, dissatisfaction with the philistine existence some, spiritual "humility" before the vulgarity of others ("Boring History", 1889; "Duel", 1891; "House with a Mezzanine", 1896; "Ionych", 1898; "Lady with a Dog", 1899). In the stories "Woman`s Kingdom" (1894), "The Men" (1897), "In the Ravine" (1900) he showed the savagery and cruelty of village life. Chekhov achieved great power of social and artistic generalization in the stories "Ward No.

6" (1892), "Man in a Case" (1898). In the plays The Seagull (1896), Uncle Vanya (1897), Three Sisters (1901), The Cherry Orchard (1904), staged at the Moscow Art Theater, he created a special, disturbing emotional atmosphere of anticipation of the future. The main character of Chekhov is an ordinary person with his daily affairs and concerns. A subtle psychologist, a master of subtext, uniquely combining humor and lyricism. The originality of his creative method lies in the use of a technique called "stream of consciousness", later adopted by James Joyce and other modernists. A stranger to abstract moralizing, Chekhov believed that the role of the author was to ask questions, not answer them.

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Chekhov Anton Pavlovich - a great Russian writer, was born on January 29, 1860 (Taganrog, Rostov region) died on July 15, 1904 (Badenweiler, German Empire) The main themes of creativity are the ideological quest of the intelligentsia, dissatisfaction with the philistine existence some, spiritual "humility" before the vulgarity of others ("Boring History", 1889; "Duel", 1891; "House with a Mezzanine", 1896; "Ionych", 1898; "Lady with a Dog", 1899). In the stories "Woman`s Kingdom" (1894), "The Men" (1897), "In the Ravine" (1900) he showed the savagery and cruelty of village life. Chekhov achieved great power of social and artistic generalization in the stories "Ward No. 6" (1892), "Man in a Case" (1898). In the plays The Seagull (1896), Uncle Vanya (1897), Three Sisters (1901), The Cherry Orchard (1904), staged at the Moscow Art Theater, he created a special, disturbing emotional atmosphere of anticipation of the future. The main character of Chekhov is an ordinary person with his daily affairs and concerns. A subtle psychologist, a master of subtext, uniquely combining humor and lyricism. The originality of his creative method lies in the use of a technique called "stream of consciousness", later adopted by James Joyce and other modernists. A stranger to abstract moralizing, Chekhov believed that the role of the author was to ask questions, not answer them.