Chekhov

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Dutton, 1986 - Authors, Russian - 364 pages
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This is a beautifully written biography about a beautiful doctor, writer, man. As always, Troyat's biography reads nearly like a novel. By the end I had become completely enamored with Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, and his vision. Read full review

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Troyat, author of such critically acclaimed biographies as Pushkin (1970) and Tolstoy (1967), here turns his attention to yet another great writer of his birthplace. In his highly evocative short ... Read full review

Contents

The Family Circle i
7
Schools and Escapes
13
The Allure of Moscow
26
Copyright

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