Books Like Gooseberries by Anton Chekhov | Suggested Reading

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Anton Chekhov: Selected Stories (1990), translated by Ann Dunnigan, is a collection of twenty of Chekhov's short works. Because this collection spans the author's entire career, not just his mature writings, it enables the reader to see how he developed and changed over the course of his writing years.

Chekhov scholar Donald Rayfield presents Chekhov's life story in Anton Chekhov: A Life (2000). This biography draws on correspondence and various accounts of the author's life to provide the reader with an insightful and detailed look at Chekhov's life and experiences.

Nicholas Rzhevsky edited An Anthology of Russian Literature from Earliest Writings to Modern Fiction: Introduction to a Culture for publication in 1997. This anthology is arranged chronologically, with an introduction prefacing each section. It is a good introduction for the student of Russian literature, as it provides a sweeping overview of literary developments...

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