Additional Resources for Gooseberries by Anton Chekhov

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Chekhov, Anton, Chekhov: The Major Plays: "Ivanov," "The Sea Gull," "Uncle Vanya," "The Three Sisters," "The Cherry Orchard," translated by Ann Dunnigan, with a foreword by Robert Brustein, Signet Classic, 2001.

This edition is a reissue of a collection of Chekhov's most well-known plays. Each is considered a classic, and Dunnigan's translations of Chekhov's work are considered accessible and reliable.

Tolstoy, Leo, Walk in the Light: And Twenty-Three Tales, translated by Aylmer Maude and Louise Maude, Plough Publishing House, 1999.

Aylmer and Louise Maude present their translations of over twenty of Leo Tolstoy's short stories. Chekhov was an early adherent of Tolstoy's philosophies, and reading some of Tolstoy's works provides valuable insights into both authors.

Yarmolinsky, Avrahm, ed., The Portable Chekhov, Viking Press, 1987.

This collection is a valuable resource for the student of Chekhov's writing, as it contains six hundred pages of complete stories and letters. Some of...

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