Chekhov: A Life in Letters

Russian Literature

Author: Anton Chekhov

From his teenage years in provincial Russia, to his premature death in 1904, Anton Chekhov wrote thousands of letters to a wide range of correspondents. This fascinating new selection tells Chekhov’s story as a man and a writer through affectionate bulletins to his family, insightful discussions of literature with publishers and theater directors, and tender love letters t….Read More

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