Anton Chekhov Essay | Guide to "The Portable Chekhov"

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Guide to "The Portable Chekhov"

Summary: Essay discusses Anton Chekhov's writing style and themes in some of his short stories that can be found in "The Portable Chekhov."
Throughout time many authors have attempted to portray love as it truly is, but many of these authors write only of the positive things that love is. Some authors choose to vaguely describe or briefly include the parts of love that may not seem as presentable or respectable. The darker aspects of love, including lust, are often referred to only in women's literature and treated as purely physical and that the feelings the characters feel never progress towards true love. One writer, Anton Chekhov, has managed to portray love in a different light while still remaining a conceptually mainstream author and dramatist. While the concept of love is fairly simple, the idea that Chekhov portrays through the characters in his stories "The Lady With the Pet Dog" and "The Kiss" show that lust can evolve into love, and the yearning for love can evolve into...

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