Russian Trilogy

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Oberon, 2002 - Drama - 215 pages
The second volume of de Wet's plays brings together three pieces which takes as their inspiration the life and work of Anton Chekhov. Yelena uses the characters from Uncle Vanya. Three Sisters Two offers us a vision of the confusions and the collapse of value systems at times of revolution. Brothers looks at the Chekhov's relationships with his brothers.

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