Drama Classics: The World's Great Plays at a Great Little Price
Chekhov's early tragedy, translated and introduced by Stephen Mulrine.
Arkadina, a famous actress, and her lover, a famous novelist, are spending the summer on her country estate, but their glamorous presence proves fatally disruptive to the lives of all those present, especially her son, Konstantin and Nina, the girl he loves.
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Review: The SeagullUser Review - Realini - Goodreads
The Seagull by Anton Chekhov With a Positive Psychology Twist A positive psychology exercise is gratitude – research has showed how good expressing gratitude is. Well, I want to express my gratitude ... Read full review
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The Seagull, written in 1895, received disastrous reviews initually, but when it was produced again, in 1898, it was a success. The depressed characters are doubtless easy for people to identify with ... Read full review