The Collected Short Stories of Anton Chekhov Volume I

The Collected Short Stories of Anton Chekhov Volume I

by Anton Chekhov

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THE COLLECTED SHORT STORIES OF ANTON CHEKHOV VOLUME I includes 100 of the Russian master's best short stories. Includes an active table of contents for easy navigation.

The Darling
The Two Volodyas
The Trousseau
The Helpmate
An Artist's Story
Three Years
The Lady With The Dog
A Doctor's Visit
An Upheaval
The Head Of The Family
The Black Monk
An Anonymous Story
The Husband
The Party
A Woman's Kingdom
A Problem
The Kiss
'Anna On The Neck'
The Teacher Of Literature
Not Wanted
A Misfortune
A Trifle From Life
The Wife
Difficult People
The Grasshopper
A Dreary Story
The Privy Councillor
The Man In Case
About Love
The Lottery Ticket
The Bishop
The Letter
Easter Eve
A Nightmare
The Murder
The Steppe
The Chorus Girl
My Life
At A Country House
A Father
On The Road
Rothschild's Fiddle
Ivan Matveyitch
Bad Weather
A Gentleman Friend
A Trivial Incident
The Horse-Stealers
Ward No. 6
The Petchenyeg
A Dead Body
A Happy Ending
The Looking-Glass
Old Age
The Beggar
A Story Without A Title
In Trouble
A Slander
Minds In Ferment
Gone Astray
An Avenger
The Jeune Premier
A Defenceless Creature
An Enigmatic Nature
A Happy Man
A Troublesome Visitor
An Actor's End
The Schoolmaster
The Examining Magistrate
From The Diary Of A Violent-Tempered Man
In The Dark
A Play
A Mystery
Strong Impressions
The Marshal's Widow
A Bad Business
In The Court
A Peculiar Man
At The Barber's
An Inadvertence
The Album

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013536425
Publisher: Halcyon Press Ltd.
Publication date: 11/21/2011
Series: Halcyon Classics , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 663,693
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860-1904)was a Russian physician, dramatist and author who is considered to be among the greatest writers of short stories in history. While a successful writer, Chekhov once remarked "medicine is my lawful wife, and literature is my mistress." Born in southern Russia to an overbearing father, Chekhov entered medical school but turned to writing to support his family after his father declared bankruptcy. We won a Pushkin prize in 1887 and enjoyed a steady stream of successes until 1904, when he succumbed to tuberculosis.

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