Three Sisters

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Nick Hern, 2003 - Drama - 85 pages
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A luminous new version of Chekhov's magnificent tragicomedy about the three Prozorov girls and their rapacious sister-in-law. Author of the award-winning Vincent in Brixton, Wright has also produced English version of such classics as Ibsen's John Gabriel Borkman, Pirandello's Naked and Wedekind's Lulu.

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User Review  - AliceAnna - LibraryThing

Very much a slice of life drama, but it's a life that I can't particularly identify with. It's supposed to be a "classic" but I just didn't get that much out of it. Read full review

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User Review  - bookworm12 - LibraryThing

The play, written in 1900, tells the story of the Prozorov family. Three sisters, Olga, Maria, and Irina Prozorova and their brother Andrei, are living in the Russian countryside. Olga works and cares ... Read full review

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Nicholas Wright, an associate director of the Royal National Theatre, is an actor & playwright & author of the celebrated play "Mrs. Klein". He lives in London.

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