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After nearly a century, the lyrical plays and uproarious farces of the great Russian dramatist Anton Chekhov continue to enrapture audiences, offering unmatched insights into the pretensions, absurdities and pain of the human condition. This essential collection captures the full range of subtlety, wit and music in Chekhov's dialogue.
|An Actor's Guide to Russian Names and Their Pronunciation|
|The Cherry Orchard||191|
Posted December 2, 2011
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