Chekhov for the stage: The sea gull, Uncle Vanya, The three sisters ; The cherry orchard
Chekhov For The Stage sets a new standard for dramatic translation. While the influence of Chekhov in modern theater worldwide, and especially in America, has been immense, translations into English have tended to be too literary ad have not communicated the full emotional power and precise attention to detail of Chekhov's Russian.
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