Seven Short Novels by Anton ChekhovSeven Short Novels by Anton Chekhov

Seven Short Novels

byAnton Chekhov

Paperback | July 29, 2003

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INCLUDING "The Duel, " "Ward No. 6, " "A Woman's Kingdom, " "Three Years, " "My Life, " "Peasants, " and "In the Ravine, " as well as a biographical introduction and a chronology.
Anton Pavlovich Chekhov was born in the provincial town of Taganrog, Ukraine, in 1860. In the mid-1880s, Chekhov became a physician, and shortly thereafter he began to write short stories. Chekhov started writing plays a few years later, mainly short comic sketches he called vaudvilles. The first collection of his humorous writings, Mo...
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Title:Seven Short NovelsFormat:PaperbackPublished:July 29, 2003

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ISBN - 10:0393005526

ISBN - 13:9780393005523

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